Euroanaesthesia is recognised worldwide as one of the most important and influential annual congress in anaesthesiology and intensive care. With a history of over 8000 international participants from more than 100 countries and over 130 exhibitors, Euroanaesthesia is truly an outstanding international platform to enhance knowledge, review innovative techniques, learn on our guidelines, and communicate, collaborate and network with a large international audience. It represents the occasion for presenting original unpublished data and sharing ideas for innovation in anaesthesia, perioperative medicine, intensive care, emergency medicine and pain treatment as well as disseminating evidence-based knowledge of primary clinical relevance.

SAFETY partners know well the congress and some of them will participate to the 2021 edition in December. This year, Euroanaesthesia will be a hybrid congress, so there will be the option of attending in person in Munich, Germany or joining online for the virtual event. Participants will have the unique opportunity to hear and learn from a vast assemblage of experts from around the world, coming together at Euroanaesthesia to discuss the latest ideas and innovations in the field of anaesthesiology and its subspecialties.

The SAFETY partners agreed to have the first in-person meeting of the project in Munich in the days following the event, hosted by Ludwig Maximilian University. In this way, the partners who participated in Euroanaesthesia will share with the entire consortium the latest current and future developments and innovations after having participated and heard direct experiences from medical professionals, national anaesthesia companies and representatives of the medical industry.

All the information on the event are available here!

Written by G. Pasta, A. Guadagni and U. Pascucci from ValueDo (Florence, Italy)




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