Together for patient safety & health
ESAIC News | 13 September 2023
THE 2030 WORLD SEPSIS DECLARATION
ESAIC signs the Berlin Declaration on Sepsis The ESAIC has joined the global movement to fight sepsis, a life-threatening condition affecting millions yearly. On 12 September 2023, we at the ESAIC, si...
Congress Newsletter | 03 June 2023
European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care (ESAIC) tackling the climate emergency – the ESAIC Glasgow Declaration on Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care addresses the importance of making our care more sustainable.
A vision and roadmap to a safe and sustainable future in healthcare! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Glasgow United Kingdom – 2 June 2023 Introduction Climate change is a defining issue for our generat...
ESAIC News | 30 May 2023
In loving memory of Prof. Paolo Pelosi: A Pioneer in Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine who celebrated life and considered anaesthesiology a “lifestyle” profession
Today, we lost Professor Paolo Pelosi, an esteemed figure in the field of anaesthesiology and intensive care medicine. On May 30, 2023, Professor Pelosi passed away, leaving behind a legacy of excepti...
ESAIC News | 17 September 2022
World Patient Safety Day 2022 - Improving medication safety and other safety initiatives
• European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care (ESAIC) fully supports WHO’s Medication without Harm campaign • Recommendations to reduce medication-related harm formed part of the 2010 ESAIC global patient safety project ‘Helsinki Declaration on Patient Safety in Anaesthesiology’ since signed by 94 countries • Other society initiatives present a broad response and include the key patient safety education programme Safer Care to Save Lives • ESAIC is also creating ‘peer networks’ connecting anaesthesiologists and critical care physicians to allow them to share vital patient safety knowledge and experience
ESAIC News | 07 September 2022
Newsletter September 2022: ESAIC embarks on a new EU Project - SAFEST
Daniel Arnal, Maria Wittmann ESAIC Patient Safety and Quality Committee It’s been ten years since the EUSOS study publication that highlighted a higher postoperative mortality than expected in Europ...