Congress 2020

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ about:

Registrations
Scientific Programme
Faculty
Industry

What happens with EUSEM annual congress 2020?
The next face-to-face EUSEM Annual Congress will be changed to a virtual congress which will be held between 19-22 September 2020.


** REGISTRATIONS **

Is my registration valid for the new EUSEM virtual congress 2020?
All registrations will automatically be transferred to the new congress format.
As new rates will be reduced, all remaining amounts will be refunded directly on the credit card used for the original payment.

What is included in my registration to the new EUSEM virtual congress 2020?
- access to live sessions
- access to sponsored symposium
- access to the replay of all sessions after the congress for 3 months

I am unable to attend the virtual Congress; can I transfer my registration to a colleague?
No, your registration is personal and cannot be transferred to a colleague free of charge

I am unable to attend the virtual Congress; can I get a refund?
If you cannot attend EUSEM virtual congress 2020 and therefore wish to cancel your registration, remember that your registration gives access to all sessions after the congress for 3 months. Cancelling your registration will not give you access to the replay of all sessions which remains available for all registered delegates only. Therefore cancellation is not possible.

What is the updated cancellation policy?
Cancellation policy has been changed.
Full cancellation fee / No refund

Cancellation of registration must be notified in writing to the registration office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Will there be a new early bird registration date?
Early bird registration fees until 31 August 2020

How do I cancel my hotel reservation?
If you booked the hotel on your own, you must contact your hotel directly to cancel your hotel room(s) as soon as possible. As it is a private booking, EUSEM and MCO Congrès are not liable and cancellations clauses depend on the policy applied by each of the respective hotels.

How do I cancel my flight/train reservation?
For all the transportation reservations, you must contact the transport provider directly to cancel your booking(s). EUSEM and MCO Congrès are not liable, and cancellations clauses depend on the policy applied by each of the respective providers/carriers.

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** SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME **

Will my submitted abstract (s) be transferred to the EUSEM virtual congress 2020?
Authors having submitted an abstract on the former Copenhagen 2020 scientific platform will automatically see their submission transferred to the virtual EUSEM Congress 2020. They will be contacted personally in the weeks to come to be informed about the new format to hold a virtual presentation and this, according to each specific assignment (oral presentation Vs. poster presentation).
 Authors withdrawing their presentation(s) from EUSEM virtual congress 2020 platform will not have the possibility to directly transfer their accepted work to 2021 but will be allowed to submit again their abstract next year. Please note that each new submission does not guarantee acceptance as the complete review will start anew for 2021.

Will the virtual EUSEM congress provide CME credits to participants?
EUSEM is working towards an accredited virtual congress. In that view we will submit the adapted programme to this e-format to EACCME, the responsible organisation, in order to obtain a CME accreditation for the event.
The registration fee for EUSEM virtual congress 2020 will include CME credits following an online tracking of attendance, subject to the acceptance of the CME application.

Will I be able to amend my accepted abstract?
You cannot amend your abstract but only withdraw it.
However, the presenter of the accepted abstract can be modified; if you want to do so, please send an email (including the # of your abstract) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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** FACULTY **

I am an invited Faculty member – will my session be running in the EUSEM virtual programme?
Specific details regarding the invited sessions to be included in the educational content of the new virtual event are currently being defined, in collaboration with EUSEM Scientific Committee. At this stage, it is unfortunately not yet possible for us to say if the originally planned session in which you were participating will be maintained or redefined for the virtual programme. As part of our commitment to deliver a high quality programme, all scientific assignments will be reorganized and presenters with a confirmed presentation on the former Copenhagen 2020 scientific programme will be contacted personally to be informed about either cancellation or rescheduling of their specific presentation(s).

What should I do with my hotel/travel booking(s)?
If you managed your travel and hotel arrangements personally, please get in touch with your carrier/hotel directly explaining them the situation.

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** INDUSTRY **

I am an industry sponsor of the EUSEM annual congress 2020, whom should I speak to about my booking?
Your sponsorship will automatically be transferred to EUSEM virtual congress 2020. To specify the exact implementation of your support, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 All industry queries related to exhibition, satellite symposia and sponsorship bookings and invoices for the EUSEM Annual Congress Copenhagen 2020 should contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

I am interested in learning more about possible industry sponsorship of the upcoming EUSEM virtual congress 2020
All corporate sponsorship inquiries or companies interested in learning more details on the forthcoming EUSEM virtual congress 2020 should contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Contact

Organising Societies

The XIVth EUSEM Congress is organised by The European Society of Emergency Medicine (EUSEM).

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Please find the details of the Congress organising team:

  • General organisation => Natalie Ruxton, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.,
  • Connexion to your account => EUSEM, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Registrations => Audrey Martin, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Abstract submissions => Viviane Barbarisi, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Sponsorship & Exhibition Management => Julia Schroeder, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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PC 5: Non-Invasive Ventilation

Course Directors

Faculty

Participants

The course is designed for 25 participants (EM residents and physicians, RNs).

Course description & learning objectives

At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • evaluate the correct indications for NPPV
  • set both the ventilators and CPAP devices
  • critically analyze ventilator/patient interactions
  • evaluate intolerance and devise corrections

Course format

This is highly interactive course with a predominant part of training sessions on ventilatory stations. The course will bring you cutting edge information on Non Invasive Positive Pressure Ventilation use and caveats, with a focus on most common cases. For each indication, a hands on session will be run on a different ventilator and CPAP device stations with cognitive simulation of clinical scenarios.

Schedule

Saturday September 19

  How I treat hypoxemic patients  
09:00-10:00

Acute Cardiogenic Pulmonary Edema (ACPE)
- Clinical cases
- Pathophysiology & literature
- How I use CPAP

 
10:00-10:45

Pneumonia
- Clinical cases
- Pathophysiology & literature

 
10:45-11:00

Coffee Break (served at Lomond Auditorium Mezzanine)

 
11:00-11:30

The Earlier the Better? NIMV in the pre-Hospital Setting

 
11:30-12:30

CPAP hands-on

 
12:30-13:00

Lunch (served at Lomond Auditorium Mezzanine)

 
 

How I treat hypercapnic patients

 
13:00-13:45

COPD exacerbation
- Clinical cases
- Pathophysiology & literature

 
13:45-14:45

Ventilators & Ventilation

 
14:45-15:45

NIV hands-on
Rotation on different stations with problem-solving cases at the ventilator

 
15:45-16:00

Coffee Break (served at Lomond Auditorium Mezzanine)

 
16:00-17:00

NIV hands-on
Rotation on different stations with problem-solving cases at the ventilator

 

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PC 9: Ultrasound Beginner & Advanced

Course Directors

  • Jim Connolly (UK)

Faculty 

Participants

The course is designed for 60 participants (EP, emergency medicine PA’s and nurses).

Ultrasound Beginner

Course description & learning objectives

Image acquisition & instrumentation
1. Enhance your basic understanding of the basic principles of ultrasound.
2. Apply these principles to the reduction of common artifacts and improvement of high quality diagnostic ultrasound images
3. Understand the relationship between transducer position and image orientation.
4. Demonstrate the basic operator controls on the ultrasound system required for image acquisition.

eFast
1. Understand the surface landmarks for appropriate transducer positioning to perform the Extended Focused Assessment With Sonography for Trauma (eFAST) examination. 
2. Understand the sonographic landmarks and anatomical relationships of the heart, liver, spleen and bladder as they relate to the FAST examination.
3. Demonstrate the ability to identify and visualize the areas of potential intra-abdominal and thoracic spaces for free fluid to collect or pneumothorax.
4. Understand the sonographic findings and pitfalls for identifying life-threatening trauma conditions such as cardiac tamponade, hemo/pneumothorax and intra-abdominal hemorrhage.

Vascular Access
1. Understand the sonographic landmarks and anatomical relationships as they relate to the vasculature of the neck, upper extremity and groin.
2. Acquire and interpret sonographic images of the internal jugular, femoral, basilic, brachial and axillary veins in live patient models.
3. Demonstrate ultrasound guided cannulation on vascular simulator.

Echo and Aorta
1. Understand the surface landmarks for appropriate transducer positioning to perform sonographic examinations of the thoracic and abdominal aorta.
2. Demonstrate the ability to identify and visualize landmarks for the aorta in the transverse and longitudinal scanning planes.
3. Understand the sonographic findings and pitfalls for identifying pathology including aortic aneurysm.
4. Understand the utility of motion modality (M-mode) and demonstrate its use.
5. Demonstrate the surface landmarks and transducer position necessary to perform an echocardiogram in the emergency department.
6. Acquire and interpret sonographic images of heart (subcostal, parasternal long, parasternal short and apical windows).
7. Identify pathologic conditions such as pericardial effusion, gross wall motion abnormalities and cardiac tamponade.

Course format

Participants wanted more imaging of the heart and central line placement. Didactic lectures will provide state of the art audiovisual presentation by a veteran faculty, followed by small groups of a maximum four participants / one instructor allowing each individual participant ample time with their hand on the probe. 

Schedule

Saturday 19 September

09:00-09:15 Welcome
09:15-10:00 Image Acquisition and Instrumentation
10:00-10:30 Aorta
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-11:45 Echo in the ED 
11:45-12:30 (eFAST) Examination
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:00 Vascular Access—central and peripheral lines
14:00-14:45 Hands-on Session #1
14:45-15:30 Hands-on Session #2
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-16:45 Hands-on Session #3
16:45-17:00 Wrap up and Adjourn

 

Ultrasound Advanced

Course description & learning objectives

Aorta & IVC

  1. Understand the surface landmarks for appropriate transducer positioning to perform sonographic examinations of the thoracic and abdominal aorta
  2. Demonstrate the ability to identify and visualize landmarks for the aorta in the transverse and longitudinal scanning planes.
  3. Understand the sonographic findings and pitfalls for identifying pathology including aortic aneurysm.
  4. Describe the surface landmarks and transducer position necessary to perform ultrasound of the inferior vena cava.
  5. Understand the sonographic landmarks and anatomical relationships as it relates to the inferior vena cava
  6. Discuss indications for performing inferior vena cava ultrasound.

Cardiac-TTE

  1. Understand the utility of motion modality (M-mode) and demonstrate its use.
  2. Demonstrate the surface landmarks and transducer position necessary to perform an echocardiogram in the emergency department.
  3. Acquire and interpret sonographic images of heart (subcostal, parasternal long, parasternal short and apical windows).
  4. Identify pathologic conditions such as pericardial effusion, gross wall motion abnormalities and cardiac tamponade. 
Cardiac - TEE
  1. Understand the mechanics of the TEE probe and how to manipulate the omniplane and flexion control wheels.
  2. Identify relevant cardiac anatomy based on the planes of movement of the TEE transducer including omniplane angle adjustment, rotation of the probe, anteflexion, and retroflexion.
  3. Aquire and interpret sonographic images of the heart (midesophageal 4-chamber, midesophageal long-axis, transgastric short axis).
  4. Identify basic pathology including pericardial effusion, hypovolemia, right and left heart dysfunction.
  5. Understand the indications for TEE during emergency resuscitation as well as contraindications to TEE use.

DVT     

  1. Understand the sonographic landmarks and anatomical relationships as they relate to the vasculature of the neck, upper extremity and lower extremity.
  2. Acquire and interpret sonographic images of the internal jugular, femoral, basilic, brachial and axillary veins in live patient models.
  3. Demonstrate compression technique of upper and lower extremity veins. 

eFast

  1. Understand the surface landmarks for appropriate transducer positioning to perform the FAST examination.
  2. Understand the sonographic landmarks and anatomical relationships of the heart, liver, spleen and bladder as they relate to the FAST examination.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to identify and visualize the areas of potential intra-abdominal and thoracic spaces for free fluid to collect or pneumothorax.
  4. Understand the sonographic findings and pitfalls for identifying life-threatening trauma conditions such as cardiac tamponade, hemo/pneumothorax and intra-abdominal hemorrhage.

Equipment 

  1. Learn to be an expert on ultrasound systems.
  2. Learn how to safely connect and remove probes from their ports.
  3. Learn how to switch between transducers. 
  4. Learn and demonstrate how to store and review images. 
  5. Demonstrate adjustments to controls ie; gain, depth, frequency in hands-on session. 
  6. Demonstrate how to properly document an ultrasound study by adding pt. information, text annotation and proper landmarks. 

Gallbladder & Renal        

  1. Understand the surface landmarks for appropriate transducer positioning to perform sonographic examinations of the aorta, kidney and gallbladder. 
  2. Understand the sonographic windows and landmarks of the aorta, kidney and gallbladder.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to identify and visualize landmarks for the aorta, kidney and gallbladder in the transverse and longitudinal scanning planes.
  4. Understand the sonographic findings and pitfalls for identifying pathology including aortic aneurysm, hydronephrosis and cholelithiasis/cholecystitis.

Gastrointestinal

  1. Understand the sonographic appearance of normal stomach, large and small bowel, and pancreas, including normal anatomical structures and normal bowel peristalsis. 
  2. Describe transducer choices, scanning protocols and patient positions necessary to perform a gastrointestinal examination. 
  3. Identify and detect gastrointestinal pathology such as ileus, pneumoperitoneum, appendicitis, colitis, diverticulitis, ileitis, intussusception or hernias.  
  4. Describe common sites of intra-and retroperitoneal free air, systematic examination techniques and pitfalls for appendicitis, pneumoperitoneum, colitis, diverticulitis and hernia.  

Head & Neck     

  1. Understand the normal sonographic appearance and anatomical landmarks of organs and structures in the head and neck region, including ocular, salivary glands, thyroid gland, the upper airway including larynx and trachea, upper esophagus, facial bones and neck vessels and lymph node anatomy.  
  2. Describe transducer choices, scanning protocols and patient positions necessary to perform a focused ocular examination to detect retinal detachment, vitreous hemorrhage, lens dislocation, periocular free air or increased intracranial pressure. 
  3. Understand common thyroid abnormalities such as cysts or masses and the anatomical relation of the parathyroid glands. 
  4. Describe the appearance of salivary glands and appearance of salivary stones. Identify lymphnodes within the neck. 
  5. Describe ultrasound exam techniques to detect upper airway anatomy to guide correct endotracheal tube placement including normal esophagus and appearance of esophageal intubation.  
  6. Understand anatomy of main neck vessels and their relation to other musculoskeletal structures

Image Acquisition and instrumentation 

  1. Enhance your basic understanding of the basic principles of ultrasound.
  2. Apply these principles to the reduction of common artifacts and improvement of high quality diagnostic ultrasound images.
  3. Understand the relationship between transducer position and image orientation.
  4. Demonstrate the basic operator controls on the ultrasound system required for image acquisition.

Landmark documentation

  1. Demonstrate proper landmark documentation of the heart
  2. Demonstrate proper landmark documentation of the fast examination.
  3. Demonstrate proper landmark documentation of the gb and renal
  4. Demonstrate proper landmark documentation of the Aorta
  5. Demonstrate proper landmark documentation of transabdominal OB

MSK - Lower extremity   

  1. Demonstrate the appearances of various soft tissues on diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound. 
  2. Correctly apply ultrasound basic concepts so as to ensure proper visualization of musculoskeletal structures. 
  3. Proficiently perform a diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound on lower limb structures with emphasis on hip & knee effusions, quad and patellar tendon tears, achilles tendon tears, and TFL injuries of the ankle. 

MSK - Upper extremity   

  1. Demonstrate the appearances of various soft tissues on diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound. 
  2. Correctly apply ultrasound basic concepts so as to ensure proper visualization of musculoskeletal structures. 
  3. Proficiently perform a diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound on upper limb structures with emphasis on clavicle fractures, shoulder separations, dislocated shoulders, and rotator cuff injuries. 

Ocular

  1. Review and understand how sonography can reveal pathology of the eye and to highlight its usefulness as a simple and cost-effective tool in investigating eye symptoms. 
  2. Understand the normal ultrasound anatomy of the eye, specifically the location of the retina.
  3. Know which probe is needed for ultrasound scans of the eye and the method to accurately and safely perform the exam. 
  4. Visualize an example of a retinal detachment diagnosed by ultrasound.

Procedures: bodily fluid removal

  1. Understand how pleural, pericardial and peritoneal fluid appear on ultrasound
  2. Understand the sonographic landmarks and anatomical relationships as they relate to commonly
    performed US guided procedures in the emergency department - pericadiocentesis, pleurocentesis, and paracentesis
  3. Use phantom models demonstrate ultrasound guided technique

Procedures: Nerve Blocks

  1. Discuss the science and practical performance of brachial plexus, axillary and femoral blockade. 
  2. Learn the physiology and anatomy of the techniques and factors that influence success and complications.
  3. Demonstrate approaches for peripheral nerve blocks in the upper and lower extremity. 
  4. Demonstrate peripheral nerve block on simulator under ultrasound guidance.

Procedures: Vascular    

  1. Understand the sonographic landmarks and anatomical relationships as they relate to the vasculature of the neck, upper extremity and groin.
  2. Acquire and interpret sonographic images of the internal jugular, femoral, basilic, brachial and axillary veins in live patient models.
  3. Demonstrate ultrasound guided cannulation on vascular simulator. 

Pulmonary

  1. Review and understand the sonographic artifacts of normal and pathologic pulmonary conditions that give pulmonary ultrasound its diagnostic capacity. This includes, but is not limited to, pleural imaging, the "lung sliding sign," B-line and comet tail identification for extravascular pulmonary congestion and pleural effusion imaging techniques.
  2. Review Demonstrate sonographic landmarks of the ribs, pleura, diaphragm and lung parenchyma. 
  3. Distinguish between normal and pathologic condition through image review and hands-on imaging practice.

Shock  

  1. Provide a sequenced approach to ultrasound in the medical shock patient. 
  2. Demonstrate the surface landmarks and transducer position necessary to evaluate the heart, IVC, aorta and peritoneum. 
  3. Review causes and potential responses to treatments of hypotension and tissue malperfusion. Testicular Ultrasound
  4. Learn and demonstrate the landmarks for the testes in the longitudinal and transverse plane.
  5. State the importance of using color Doppler and pulsed wave Doppler to indicate the waveform of vessels in the testes and epididymis.
  6. Review the following disorders of the testis: hydrocele, varicocele, orchitis, epididymitis, and varicocele.

Ultrasound Program - getting started

  1.  Review the responsibilities of the ultrasound director.
  2. Review the requirements for training faculty and residents and discuss the process of privileging faculty to perform emergency ultrasound.
  3. Review how to establish a quality assurance process and how to report, document and archive images for both teaching and clinical use.
  4. Review equipment necessary to begin a successful program.
  5. Share public domain resources others have used in program initiation.

Course format

This year’s ultrasound courses have been fully updated with participants’ wishes to design the ultimate advanced US course. Participants really wanted more modules. You will have your choice of 5 modules out of a possible 21 different ultrasound applications to chose from. There will be a maximum of four participants per one instructor allowing each individual participant ample time with their hand on the probe.

Schedule

Sunday 20 September

08:15-09:00 Hands-on Session #1
09:00-09:45 Hands-on Session #2
09:45-10:30 Hands-on Session #3
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-11:30 Hands-on Session #4
11:30-12:15 Hands-on Session #5
12:15-12:30 Wrap up session

 

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Visitors info

VISA POLICY

You can apply for the Danish Schengen Visa since 2001 when Denmark as an European Union Member State also became a member state of the Schengen Area.

Nationals Who Require a Visa for Denmark

You need a visa for Denmark for business, personal visits or tourism if you are:

  • Not a citizen of a Nordic country
  • Not a citizen of an EU/EAA country
  • Not a family member of an EU/EEA national. Please see information on Family members of EU or EEA Nationals and note that family members of a UK national will need a visa.
  • A citizen or a passport holder of a country listed on this page.

getting to copenhagen From the airport

COPENHAGEN AIRPORT - RATED THE MOST EFFICIENT AIRPORT IN EUROPE
Copenhagen Airport is Northern Europe’s air traffic hub, with direct flights tomore than 150 international destinations. The city centre is just 13 minutes fromthe airport by train or underground; and Bella Center Copenhagen is a stop onthis line, situated less than 10 minutes from both the airport and city centre. Many new underground stations will open in 2019, connecting the entire cityand making it even easier to get from point A to point B.

What to see and do

Read Bella centers flyer about Copenhagen

Tourist info

AccomModation

The headquarter Hotel of EUSEM 2020 is the AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen. 
You can book your room through our online registration platform.

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2020 sponsors

 EUSEM would like to thank the partners and exhibitors for their support.      

2020 Sponsors

Sponsors & Exhibitors

 

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Virogates

 

Visual DX

biomerieux
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Sponsoring and exhibition

Become a sponsor

Detailes to be announced

Sponsorship & Exhibition Management

MCO Congrès SAS

Villa Gaby
285, Corniche Kennedy
13007 Marseille - France

Ms Julia SCHROEDER

Tel.: +33 (0)4 95 09 38 00

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

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Reduced rates countries

Reduced Rates Countries

The delegates living and working in the countries listed below are eligible to reduced registration fees.

  • Afghanistan
  • Albania
  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Bangladesh
  • Belarus
  • Benin
  • Bolivia
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria
  • Burkina Faso
  • Burundi
  • Buthan
  • Cabo Verde
  • Cambodia
  • Cameroon
  • Central Africa
  • Chad
  • Comoros
  • The Democratic Republic Of The Congo
  • Côte d'Ivoire
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Djibouti
  • Egypt
  • El Salvador
  • Eritrea
  • Estonia
  • Ethiopia
  • Gambia
  • Georgia
  • Ghana
  • Guatemala
  • Guinea
  • Haiti
  • Honduras
  • Hungary
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kenya
  • Kiribati
  • Democratic People's Republic of Korea
  • Kosovo
  • Kyrgyz republic
  • Lao People's Democratic Republic
  • Latvia
  • Lesotho
  • Liberia
  • Lithuania
  • Macedonia
  • Madagascar
  • Malawi
  • Mali
  • Mauritania
  • Federated States of Micronesia
  • Republic of Moldova
  • Mongolia
  • Montenegro
  • Morocco
  • Mozambique
  • Myanmar
  • Nepal
  • Nicaragua
  • Niger
  • Nigeria
  • Pakistan
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Philippines
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Rwanda
  • Samoa
  • Sao Tome and Principe
  • Senegal
  • Serbia
  • Sierra Leone
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Solomon Islands
  • Somalia
  • South Soudan
  • Sri Lanka
  • Sudan
  • Swaziland
  • Syrian Arab Republic
  • Tajikistan
  • United Republic Of Tanzania
  • Timor-Leste
  • Togo
  • Tonga
  • Tunisia
  • Turkey
  • Uganda
  • Ukraine
  • Uzbekistan
  • Vanuatu
  • Vietnam
  • West Bank of Gaza
  • Yemen
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe

source : World Bank data, GNI per capita

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Registration

Registration

THE REGISTRATION WILL OPEN SOON

What is included in my registration to the new EUSEM virtual congress 2020?
- access to live sessions
- access to sponsored symposium
- access to the replay of all sessions after the congress for 3 months

Please note that the registration process this year is a bit different; You can use your EUSEM account to register or you have to create one.

If you become a EUSEM member first, you get a big reduction on the registration fee. Please compare the prices in the price table below.

In any case you have to register to the MyEUSEM platform, once you did, you can become a member first by clicking on the button in the overview "MY MEMBERSHIP", and then register for the Congress by clicking on the button "REGISTRATION VIRTUAL CONGRES 2020". Of course, you can also only register for the Congress without becoming a member. To see what are the benefits of the EUSEM membership, please check this link.

EUSEM registration platforms are secure to make online payments by card. 

The platform will allow participants to:

  • manage their personal details
  • check their orders (registration)
  • check their schedule (presenters, moderators, chairmen...)
  • check and update their abstract submissions
  • download all PDF documents edited for the congress (confirmation, invoice) but also for previous EUSEM congresses.

If you have more questions about your registration, please check the Frequently Asked Questions, or send an email to Audrey Martin, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FEES (until 31 August)
     
NON REDUCED FEES PHYSICIANS NURSES, TRAINEES, PARAMED, STUDENTS
EUSEM MEMBERS               300,00  €                          150,00  €
EUSEM NON MEMBERS               400,00  €                          200,00  €
     
REDUCED FEES* PHYSICIANS NURSES, TRAINEES, PARAMED, STUDENTS
EUSEM MEMBERS               200,00  €                          100,00  €
EUSEM NON MEMBERS               250,00  €                          150,00  €
     
     
STANDARD REGISTRATION FEES (from 1 September)
     
NON REDUCED FEES* PHYSICIANS NURSES, TRAINEES, PARAMED, STUDENTS
EUSEM MEMBERS               350,00  €                          200,00  €
EUSEM NON MEMBERS               450,00  €                          250,00  €
     
REDUCED FEES PHYSICIANS NURSES, TRAINEES, PARAMED, STUDENTS
EUSEM MEMBERS               250,00  €                          150,00  €
EUSEM NON MEMBERS               300,00  €                          200,00  €
 
REDUCED FEES COUNTRIES

Delegates living and working in the listed countries are eligible to reduced registration fees: click here to view the list.
Attention: When you create your account or upon login, the corresponding fees will automatically be applied.

 

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Networking events

Welcome reception

Sunday 20 September 2020 - 19:00

Come and join us for the opening of the congress and exhibition. 
This is your opportunity to find out about product innovations and discuss with our industrial partners.
Or you can have a chat with your colleagues and friends in a casual and friendly atmosphere.

 

YEMD Speed Networking Session

Monday 21 September 2020 - 

Ask the questions you’ve always wanted to ask, but never had the chance to…

The YEMD Speed Networking event is back for the fifth year! The session is a unique opportunity for EM trainees of all grades to discuss issues with the leaders and influencers of emergency medicine from across Europe in a relaxed, informal setting over lunch. The session is always well received, with many delegates remarking that it is a highlight of the congress.

We are limited to 50 places this year so advise early booking to avoid disappointment. There is a small fee of €15 to secure a place. All proceeds will go directly towards supporting the EUSEM fellowships for young emergency physicians.

We look forward to seeing you there!

EUSEM Get-Together Evening

 

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Pre-Courses

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EUSEM 2020 Congress

Dear friends

Emergency Medicine has been at the front line of this COVID-19 pandemic, and we all have experiences of the dramatic consequences on health systems and daily lives.

This terrible crisis has highlighted Emergency Medicine professionals' competences; the importance of the strong leadership and finally, the adequate resources, and these elements make a difference in the outcome for our patients.

The European Emergency Medicine Congress, as any other educational tool, is fundamental to share our experiences, to update our knowledge and to network with different health care professionals.

We are recognizing the difficulties of a face-to-face congress due to travelling and meeting difficulties for Emergency Medicine professionals. The responsibility of creating a safe environment has pushed EUSEM to transform the next European Emergency Medicine Congress 2020 Copenhagen into a VIRTUAL meeting.

Hosting a live event online is a stimulating activity, and we are looking forward to 19-22 September, when we are going “on air” for the very first time in EUSEM history.

We are working on an exciting and high-quality educational activity; combining the benefits of great speakers and update lectures, with the facility of online activities. 

With your participation, we are going to create the most prominent and outstanding virtual meeting.

Emergency Medicine in Europe cannot miss it.

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