The Swedish ERAS Society SwERAS is pleased to announce the annual congress back again as a live event in November in Stockholm
Venue: World Trade Center, Stockholm
Perioperativ analgesia and optimizing
International guestlecturer: Professor Henrik Kehlet, Denmark,
Jugdeep Dhesi, Great Britain and professor Ole Mathiesen, Denmark.
Crash course in ERAS at Ersta hospital the 17th of November for hospitals wishing to start an ERAS-program, or for a reactivation.
Registration from September at: www.sweras.se
Registration is now open for our next webinar “ERAS Implementation”
12th June, 16:00-17:30 CET
Co-chairs Prof Nicolas Demartines (Switzerland) and Prof Gregg Nelson (Canada)
I am hoping you can participate in a brief survey that the ERAS® Nursing and Allied Healthcare Research Group have produced examining preoperative patient education.
What we are hoping to do is to identify key themes that ought to be covered during preoperative patient education so that patients are fully aware of ERAS and what their role is to enhance their own recovery i.e. preparing for surgery, early mobilisation etc. The ultimate aim is to produce a template for generic patient information that can be applied to all patients – all surgeries – all countries. This template would allow teams that are new to ERAS to benefit from an ERAS® Society produced document that can be adapted locally to suit the needs of the team.
Please can you spare a few moments completing the attached survey using the link below:
Once we have completed the survey, members of the ERAS Nursing and Allied Healthcare Research Group will review and collate the results.
I look forward to your comments and feedback.
Many thanks and best wishes from the ERAS® Society
Chair of ERAS® Society Nursing and Allied Healthcare research group
We are delighted to share that The European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care
(ESAIC) are hosting their annual congress in Munich (17 th – 19 th December 2021). The
congress website is now open: https://euroanaesthesia2021.org
The ERAS society is a specialist society of the ESAIC and so there will be a dedicated ERAS
symposium provided by the ERAS Society, (details to follow).
Registration is now open for our next webinar “Perioperative opioids and ERAS®” 24th April 2021, CET 16:00 – 17:30*
Registration is quick, easy and free – do join us!
Webinar Registration link:
*It will also be re-broadcast for the US and Asia audiences shortly after
This free ERAS® Society webinar broadcasted on Saturday 27th of February in Europe and the Americas and March 6 in Australasia entitled “ERAS and COVID-19” covers how COVID-19 has developed a massive backlog of patients in need of surgery and how Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) programs offers ways to manage this crisis in surgery today and tomorrow. The webinar is kindly sponsored by 3M. A number of world-class speakers are presenting with a Q&A panel at the end! Draft program and links to watching the seminar in different languages: English, Mandarin, Spanish, German and Japanese!
The ERAS®Society Guideline on Emergency Laparotomy: Diagnosis, Rapid Assessment and Optimization is now available at World Journal of Surgery on line first (https://link.springer.com/
More Guidelines from the ERAS®Society click here!
We regret to inform you that the World Congress of the ERAS® Society and ERAS® USA due to be held in New Orleans in July 2021 has been cancelled due to the uncertainties involving travel and gatherings because of Covid-19.
We hope to organise the next World Congress in Europe in April/May 2022. We will post updates about the 2022 Congress once the details, dates and venue have been confirmed.
In the meantime, there will be an autumn conference hosted by ERAS® USA later this year, 10-12 November 2021. Full details of this event can be found on the ERAS® USA website and we will also post updates and details over the coming months.
Congratulations to the authors of the “Expert Consensus of Data Elements for Collection for Enhanced Recovery After Cardiac Surgery” which have just been published in the World Journal of Surgery.