ERAS UK is the British Section of the International Society of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery. ERAS UK aims to improve patient recovery after surgery by promoting knowledge, understanding and research regarding optimal outcomes.
GERM or Spanish Rehabilitation Multimodal Group was founded in 2008 with the objective of implementing protocols Fast Track or early rehabilitation in Spain and evaluate all aspects of its implementation, including their compliance and patient benefit.
The focal point of the work in Unit of Perioperative Nursing Care is the exchange of experience and development of knowledge and work in In collaboration with Henrik Kehlet, Section of Surgical Pathophysiology. The unit has a coordinating role nationally in Denmark.
The ACERTO Project (ACEleração da Recuperação TOtal Pós-operatória) is a program which aims accelerating the post-operative recovery of pacients. It is based on the existing ERAS Program and on the foundations of evidence-based Medicine, mostly being an educative program.
ESPEN is dedicated to all issues relevant to the field of clinical nutrition and metabolism and promotes: basic and clinical research, basic and advanced education, the organisation of consensus statements about clinical care and care quality control.
The aims of ESPEN are to encourage the rapid diffusion of knowledge and its application in the field of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition or, more broadly, Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism.
ERAS USA held its founding meeting on Sunday, October 16, 2016, at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Washington, DC. The mission of the organization is to develop peri-operative care and to improve recovery through research, audit, education and implementation of evidence based practice
Enhanced Recovery Canada (ERC) is a project of the Canadian Patient Safety Institute, directed by an ERC governance committee. We work with pan-Canadian stakeholders to develop and disseminate evidence based Enhanced Recovery resources for both providers and patients. We also work with teams to support their implementation strategy using an integrated Knowledge Translation (KT) approach. For more information contact: email@example.com
ERASAlberta brings physicians and clinical care teams together to implement ERAS international guidelines at local sites in Alberta, Canada. Each guideline specifies recommendations for patient care to be used for an elective surgery. This involves changes to surgical practices, nursing care and quality improvements that benefit patients. The Surgery SCN is the sponsor for the ERASAlberta initiative. Implementation research partners include Alberta Innovates and Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR). The ERASAlberta work is led and guided by a provincial implementation manager, and medicine, surgeon, and anaesthesia co-leads. The Surgery Strategic Clinical Network (SSCN) provides ERASAlberta with access to executive leadership, advanced clinical data analysis, research opportunities and knowledge translation.