A Flourishing Start to 2024 - ESRA

ESRA Updates

May 2024 | Issue 15

A Flourishing Start to 2024

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In just four months, the European Society of Regional Anaesthesia & Pain Therapy (ESRA) has been a hive of activity. From engaging conferences to educational webinars, ESRA has been at the forefront of advancements in regional anaesthesia and pain medicine. Let’s take a closer look at some of the key events that have taken place.

ESRA’s Winter Week: Kicking off the year in style, ESRA’s Winter Week provided a platform for experts and enthusiasts to delve into the latest developments in regional anaesthesia and pain medicine while enjoying the breath-taking Längenfeld slopes and other winter activities.

ESRA’s World Day of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine: A milestone event, this day served as a testament to ESRA’s commitment to global outreach and collaboration. Dr. Penafrancia Cano and Dr. Mohamed Mustafa, Asian and African local organizers, respectively, shared their inspiring experiences, highlighting the impact of this global initiative.

e-ESRA 2024: In a rapidly evolving digital landscape, e-ESRA 2024 set a new standard for online congresses. Offering a behind-the-scenes glimpse, ESRA Updates provides insights into this ground-breaking event.

ESRA’s Cadaver Workshop: Hosted in Innsbruck, this workshop provided Pain Physicians and Regional Anaesthesiologists with invaluable hands-on experience, furthering their expertise in the field.

6th Edition of ESRA Trainees Workshop: Dedicated to the next generation of regionalists, this workshop was a resounding success, providing young professionals with essential knowledge and skills.

ESRA Webinar Series: A cornerstone of continuous education, ESRA’s webinar series has consistently provided valuable insights. April’s webinar, focusing on Nocebo and Anaesthesia, was particularly enlightening.

ESRA/ASRA Pain Medicine Newsletter Collaboration: ESRA’s collaboration with ASRA resulted in a captivating journal piece. An interview with Dr. Amit Pawa and Dr. Jeff Gadsden shed light on their immensely popular joint podcast, “Block it like it’s hot.”

With each event, ESRA reaffirms its commitment to advancing the field of regional anaesthesia and pain medicine.
As we move forward, let’s continue to celebrate these achievements and look forward to even more cutting-edge initiatives from ESRA!

Topics: Regional Anaesthesia , Cadaver Workshop , e-ESRA , Webinars , ESRA Trainees Course , World Day , Collaboration

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