Ceremonies & Lectures
Meet us in Milan
This year’s congress will take place in the wonderful city of Milan, Italy.
MiCo – Milano Convention Centre
V.le Eginardo, 7, 20145 Milan MI, Italy
Main Entrance – Viale Eginardo – Gate 2
Main Entrance – Via Gattamelata – Gate 16
All sessions are exclusively in English.
Onsite Registration opening hours:
Friday 3 June: 07:30 – 18:30
Saturday 4 June: 07:30 – 19:00
Sunday 5 June: 07:30 – 19:00
Monday 6 June: 07:30 – 17:00
Saturday 4 June: 07:30 – 18:30
Sunday 5 June: 08:15 – 19:00
Monday 6 June: 08:30 – 16:30
Saturday 4 June: 10:00 – 18:00
Sunday 5 June: 09:30 – 18:00
Monday 6 June: 09:30 – 16:00
Accredited Continuing Medical Education (CME) is an essential component of continuing physician professional development. Accreditation is of utmost importance – both as a proof of top quality of the scientific contents of the congress and as an opportunity for delegates to collect their CME credits.
The European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Institution of the UEMS, EACCME has granted:
- 17 CME Credits for Euroanaesthesia 2022 (04 – 06 June)
- 2 CME Credits for attending the Special Trauma Workshop* over lunchtime
* Delegates need to register for the Special Trauma Workshop for a fixed fee.
CME Credit breakdown by day:
- 06 CME Credits for Day 1 of the Euroanaesthesia 2022 (04 June 2022)
- 06 CME Credits for Day 2 of the Euroanaesthesia 2022 (05 June 2022)
- 05 CME Credits for Day 3 of the Euroanaesthesia 2022 (06 June 2022)
Delegates can exchange their EACCME credits into National CME credits in their home country.
Physicians may have their EACCME credits converted to AMA PRA Category 1 Credit by applying to the American Medical Association at www.ama-assn.org/go/cme.
Ceremonies & Lectures
Plenary Session: Sir Robert Macintosh Lecture
Lessons from the frontline
Surgeon Captain Kate Prior (London, United Kingdom)
King’s College Hospital London
Surgeon Captain Kate Prior is a consultant anaesthetist in the Royal Navy and at King’s College Hospital in London where she does anaesthesia and major trauma. She has recently finished a three year term as the Military Clinical Director for the Joint Hospital Group South East and oversees military healthcare professionals across London and the south-east.
In recent years, her operational military role has taken her to war in Afghanistan and Iraq, Sierra Leone during the Ebola crisis, working for the United Nations in South Sudan and, most recently, to sea with the aircraft carrier HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH. Having been a “reluctant intensivist” during the height of the COVID pandemic, she is now very happily giving anaesthetics again.
As one of only twenty female Captains in the Royal Navy, Kate exemplifies what a woman can achieve in the workplace, particularly in the male-dominated world of the military. Kate was the recipient of the Medical Women’s Federation Centenary Award for an Established Doctor.
Outside of the hospital walls, she provides pre-hospital care for the military, for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and sporting events as diverse as World Triathlon races, the Bramham International Horse Trials and the London Marathon.
Outside of work, she is a keen theatre-goer, tries not to get killed cycling to work and indulges in holidays, shoes and handbags.
Plenary Session: Prof Ibsen Lecture
From pandemics to ESAIC
Prof. Dr Kai Zacharowski (Frankfurt, Germany)
University Hospital Frankfurt
Prof. Kai Zacharowski holds the position of the Ordinarius and is the Director of the Department of Anesthesia, Intensive Care Medicine and Pain Therapy at the University Hospital Frankfurt since 2009. From 2006 until 2008 he was the Chair of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at the University Hospital Bristol. His research, teaching, and consulting interests are in both clinical and basic aspects of patient safety, transfusion and clotting, innate immunity, cardiovascular and critical care medicine. Professor Zacharowski received his MD from the German University of Mainz and his PhD from Queen Mary, University of London (where he was working with the Nobel laureate Prof. Sir John Vane (who discovered how aspirin works). His scientific contributions are published in peer-reviewed journals such as Nature Medicine, Lancet, NEJM and Proceedings of the National Academy of Science and were awarded with numerous awards for Innovative Clinical Research. He is serving as Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Anesthesia & Intensive Care Medicine and Current Opinion in Anesthesiology as well as an Editorial Board member of numerous journals in Critical Care Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Anesthesia and is the CEO of the Lohfert and PBM Foundation. He is practicing Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine in Frankfurt.
Conflict of Interest Policy
Any person who chairs or speaks in the formal programme of the Euroanaesthesia Congress is required to declare the existence of any relationships or arrangements, direct or indirect that could be reasonably considered to affect the presentation, over the last 3 years. This includes, but is not limited to, factors such as financial relationships, advisory positions, receipt of honoraria, payments or consultation fees, expenses, grants, stock shareholder and membership of other organisations. The range and degree of such links are difficult to define and the ESAIC encourages declaration of any facts that could be considered relevant, including non-specific grants to departments or research funds.
Faculty members are required to make a declaration. If a declaration is not received by the published deadline, the ESAIC
reserves the right to withdraw the official invitation. Any faculty member who declares a competing interest will be indicated in the Final Programme with an asterisk (*) and the statement will be made available to the delegates in the congress platform.
A record will be kept of submitted statements and this will be available for inspection by members of the Scientific Committee, the National Organising Committee and accrediting bodies.
In sessions organised within the Scientific Programme of Euroanaesthesia by other bodies and societies, the same conditions will apply.
Our congress is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices.
Harassment includes offensive verbal comments related to gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion, technology choices, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.
Participants asked to stop any harassing behaviour are expected to comply immediately.
Sponsors are also subject to the anti-harassment policy. In particular, sponsors should not use sexualised images, activities, or other material.
If a participant engages in harassing behaviour, the conference organisers may take any action they deem appropriate, including warning the offender or expulsion from the conference with no refund.
If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact a member of conference staff immediately.
We expect participants to follow these rules during all conference-related events.
Photography and filming
Professional photography and video production will be taking place at Euroanaesthesia and these images may be used on future promotional materials for ESAIC events. By attending or participating in ESAIC congresses and other activities, the delegate acknowledges that the Event or part of it may be filmed by audio, visual, audio-visual or electronic means or photographed, including photographs of individuals or groups of delegates. The delegate agrees to permit ESAIC, or any third party licensed by ESAIC, to use and distribute such footage and photographs, which may feature images of you, in all or any media (including social media) whether now known or hereafter to be invented throughout the world in perpetuity for the purposes of advertising, publicity, reporting and otherwise in relation to the exploitation of such recordings and photographs. Please inform the photographer if you do not wish to be included in any individual or group photographs.
Children and companions
ESAIC advises not to have children under the age of 18 present in any scientific sessions rooms.
Children under 18 years old cannot access the exhibition area.
A nursery room will be available near the registration area.
ESAIC will install a dedicated room for children. Children under 14 years cannot be left unattended in this room and must be accompanied by a parent or a responsible caretaker at all times.