ESRA 2013





4th to 7th September, Glasgow, United Kingdom 

State of the Art Safety Standards in Regional Anaesthesia

Building on the success of last year’s Congress, the 32nd Annual ESRA Congress to be held in the vibrant city of Glasgow between the 4th and 7th of September 2013, will unite over 1,400 anaesthesiologists, physicians, scientists and clinicians specializing in Regional Anaesthesia. The Congress features a highly practical scientific programme that will explore the latest clinical evidence and industry updates

Join the most prominent doctors, scientists and researchers in Regional Anaesthesia for ESRA 2013, where you can expect an enriching programme that will include symposia, panel discussions, workshop debates, ask the expert sessions, e-posters, luncheon sessions and more!

The variety of sessions and unique teaching courses will be held on topics such as Central Nerve Block, Peripheral Nerve Block, Obstetrics, Postoperative Pain Management, Chronic Pain Management, Paediatric, Ultrasonography, and Miscellaneous.

Do not miss out on this opportunity to learn the latest developments, share your expertise, and expand your professional network. Help us contribute to the knowledge and science in regional anaesthesia!

Register now and join international colleagues and leading experts in the field of Regional Anaesthesia.

For further details about ESRA 2013, please visit the official Congress website.


Tip: More up to date educational events dealing with “Anaesthesia” and “Pain Therapy” can be found online on the Education Database »medicine & health«.

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