May 2016 #2
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Thursday 12 May: International Nurses Day

In celebration of International Nurses Day, yesterday, listen to what clinical nurse, specialist in Hepatology, Lynda Greenslade believes that nurses can gain from attending the International Liver Congress™.

Then watch the ‘Best of Nurses and Associates Forum ILC 2016 debrief’ where the latest on the management of patients with liver disease from a nursing and associates point of view is discussed.

Welcome to Porto for the EASL Monothematic Conference on Liver Fibrosis: the next goal of targeted therapy?

Sessions will begin with ‘Shaping liver fibrosis: the impact of etiology, genetic and epigenetic factors’.
Discover the scientific programme and register now to benefit from reduced online fees and learn more about the latest methods!

Dear Young Investigators,

In an effort to focus on a more ‘problem orientated’ syllabus, a new learner-centric programme has been planned for our Geneva school, 15-16 September 2016, to get student’s involved before and during the course.
Check out the scientific programme and apply for our clinical school.
It’s free

ILC 2016 presentations now on the LiverTree

Content is now available from ILC 2016. Discover the webcast sessions, learning quizzes, video postcast, ePosters and abstracts on the LiverTree, EASL’s educational e-platform.
Join the EASL community to enjoy this membership benefit!

Funding for fellows

Interested in further research opportunities? The EASL Physician Scientist Fellowship Program is open to all registered EASL members and applicants can apply for:
6-months or 12-months research worth up to €40,000
Find out more about the application details.


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