The Emergency Surgery Course (ESTES - ESC), an initiative of the European Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery (ESTES),aims to aid surgeons in non-trauma emergency surgery by providing the know-how, the techniques and the decision-making necessary for daily practice. The animal lab is designed to improve the skills of the general surgeon to deal with surgical emergencies with ease. The course has been planned and designed by Abe Fingerhut (France), Selman Uranues (Austria), Korhan Taviloglu (Turkey), Ari Leppaniemi (Finland), Eric Voiglio (France) and Fernando Turegano (Spain) and is supported by pioneers of emergency surgery worldwide in terms of the course syllabus and slides. The first official ESTES – ESC was performed in Istanbul, Turkey during 27-29 March, 2011, with an international faculty from France, Finland, Spain and USA. In addition to 29 national participants, 12 international participants attended from Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Netherlands, Romania, Qatar, Sweden and Ukraine.
Several ESTES –ESC courses are planned for 2012 and official applications from Brazil, Greece, Portugal, Qatar, Spain, Sweden and United Arab Emirates are being evaluated. We welcome you to the second ESTES - ESC course to be held in Istanbul, Turkey from 27-29 November, 2011. The course language is English and the official website for ESTES – ESC Istanbul is: www.escistanbul2011.org
Course Director – President Elect for the European Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery (ESTES)
Head of Steering Committee ESTES – ESC Past president of the European Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery (ESTES)
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