The Basic and Clinical Sciences Anaesthetic Course (BCSAC) is intended as one of the tools suitable for the preparation of the European Diploma in Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care by improving the candidate’s understanding and knowledge of different areas of basic and clinical sciences.

While the course used to run parallel to Euroanaesthesia, the BCSAC 2022 will be held online over two weekends: 17-19 June and 24-26 June. It will be a fully virtual course. This means no travel, fewer obstacles, and more opportunities.

Participants must attend all online sessions (on-demand webcasts will be made available) to obtain the Certificate of Attendance with the full CME Credits. Registration and all course correspondence will be sent by electronic mail only. Each candidate must provide a valid and personal e-mail address.

Registration for BCSAC 2022 will open soon.

Why attend BCSAC?

  • Excellent preparation for the EDAIC examinations 
  • Held before EDAIC Part I (which is scheduled on 11 September) 
  • Interaction with speakers (Q&A session for each presentation) 
  • On-Line Assessment at the beginning and end of the course 
  • Smart format: attend from anywhere and listen in optimal conditions. No issues with travel bans or social distancing, no additional costs for flights or accommodation! 
  • Flexibility: on-demand webcasts including comfortable features for all lectures will be available on the ESAIC Academy after the course: slide navigation, thumbnails, search features, sound optimisation, adaptive streaming and enhancement for mobile display will be yours to enjoy. 

Programme & CME

The session overview of the BCSAC 2022 will be available shortly. 


BCSAC Practical Information