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8th European Congress on Emergency Medicine 2014 (EUSEM 2014)

Westergasfabriek * | Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
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Title: 8th European Congress on Emergency Medicine 2014 (EUSEM 2014)
Specialty: , Dermatology
Dates: From Sep, 28, 2014 to Oct, 1, 2014
Location: Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Type: Congress
Registration Cost: From 80 to 570 EUR
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Welcome message:

Welcome to the beautiful and fascinating city of Amsterdam. Amsterdam has always been open for new ideas and throughout its history has dared to look beyond its borders. It is fitting that EuSEM's congress is taking place in Amsterdam. In this congress we also seek new ideas and seek to move emergency medicine forward internationally.

Amsterdam has a history of creating wealth through global trade. I was reading about how Amsterdam became the richest city in the world in the 1600s: "Amsterdam's wealth was generated by its commerce, which was in turn sustained by the encouragement of entrepreneurs, whatever their origin. In the 1600s, ships from the city sailed to North America, Indonesia, Brazil and Africa and formed the basis of a worldwide trading network for everything from spices and silks to diamonds. Rembrandt painted in the city at the peak of its prosperity. Today the city has a globally active service and knowledge-based economy including banking and finance, transport, freight logistics and trading, while its airport is one of Europe's busiest.

Like Amsterdam, we in emergency medicine must take an international view of our challenges. Emergency medicine is growing rapidly and undergoing major changes across Europe. We have become a key provider of medical treatment, going way beyond the early concepts of accident and urgent care at the evening or weekends when other care providers are absent. In some of the largest European countries, statistics show the number of patients in emergency departments each year reaches a quarter of the population. This huge number of patients demands high quality of treatment. Waiting times in emergency departments are a number one theme in the press and television in some countries. To cope with such challenges emergency medicine needs new ideas. Like the merchants from Amsterdam who made the city rich by reaching out to the world, we must also look beyond our own countries. We must be open to new ideas and seek new knowledge to find new answers.

I am sure this international congress will help us to meet the challenges we face.

Join us in Amsterdam!

Dr. Barbara Hogan, MBA
President EuSEM

 

Welcome to EuSEM 2014 Amsterdam: Connecting for Excellence!

The Netherlands Society of Emergency Physicians (NSEP) was founded in Amsterdam in 1999. At that time in The Netherlands, emergency medicine as an independent medical specialty was only an idea. Nowadays, fifteen years later, over 300 trained emergency physicians are working in 85 out of 93 emergency departments, of which ten are staffed by emergency physicians 24/7. In 28 training hospitals 192 residents are being trained. In a short period emergency medicine has become the future quality standard for emergency care in The Netherlands. As part of these dynamic developments we are proud to host EuSEM 2014 Amsterdam, the 8th European Congress on Emergency Medicine.

This year’s main theme is ‘Connecting for Excellence!’. Traditionally Amsterdam has been a city in connection with the entire world. Today 178 nationalities live together in this capital city… a breeding ground for creative excellence.

The Westergasfabriek, a building in Dutch neo-renaissance style, was originally designed as a coal gas factory complex in 1885. In the course of time the use of the building has changed. Today the area has become a cultural zone which also offers a conference venue in the historical center of Amsterdam, and is an inspiring environment to meet and advance the quality of emergency care together.

On behalf of all NSEP members we welcome emergency physicians and other physicians interested in emergency medicine from The Netherlands, Europe and other parts of the world, to connect for excellence in emergency care for our ED patients.

Crispijn L. van den Brand
President NSEP

Menno I. Gaakeer
Immediate past-President NSEP

Jeroen Zewald
President conference committee NSEP

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Accommodation
Accommodation:

Here is a list of recommended hotels for your accommodation in Amsterdam. A global map is provided at the bottom of the page.

For you bookings, please contact the hotels directly.

Official Congress Hotel  

DoubleTree by Hilton Centraal Station **** 

DoubleTree combines 553 elegant modern rooms, luxurious facilities and an ideal location overlooking the River IJ. It is next to Amsterdam Central Railway Station and features the SkyLounge with scenic city views.

Tram and metro connections are available less than a 2-minute walk away on Stationsplein. Dam Square is a 5-minute walk from the hotel. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is 20 minutes away by car.

Address: Oosterdoksstraat 4, Amsterdam, 1011 DK
EmailTel.: +31 20 5300800
Fax: +31 20 5300801

 

 

 

 

Hotels near the Convention Center  

WestCord Art *** 

The 3-star WestCord Art Hotel is situated on the edge of the historic centre, a 10-minute drive from the A10 motorway. The 130 modern rooms have air conditioning, cable TV and tea and coffee facilities. All rooms have artworks above the bed and a bathroom with a bath.

The hotel is situated in the Westerpark district, on the edge of business park Westpoort. The Hempoint bus stop is located directly opposite the hotel and offer direct services to the city centre in 10 minutes. Schiphol Airport is a 15-minute drive away.

AddressSpaarndammerdijk 302, Westerpark, 1013 ZX Amsterdam
EmailTel.: +31 20 4109670

 

 

 

 

Hotels near Central Station Area  

Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam **** 

Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam is located in a historical building opposite Amsterdam Central Station. This 4-star hotel offers 306 well-appointed guest rooms. They are decorated with warm colours and large windows. Each room has a private bathroom with a bath, air conditioning and coffee and tea facilities.

Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam is situated at walking distance from Dam Square and the Royal Palace. Schiphol Airport is just 15 minutes by train and 20 minutes by car.

Address: Damrak 1-5, 1012 LG Amsterdam  
EmailTel.: +31 20 62 34 255
Fax: +31 20 65 51 080

 

 

 

 

Ibis Amsterdam Centre  ***

Hotel ibis Amsterdam Centre is situated in the city centre of Amsterdam, right next to Central Station and only 10 minutes away by foot from Dam Square. This 3-star hotel offers 363 non-smoking rooms. Free Wi-Fi is available in the hotel rooms and in all public areas.

Schiphol Airport is only 15 minutes by train, while the RAI congress centre is 20 minutes by tram. Amsterdam ArenA is 15 minutes away by metro.

AddressStationsplein 49, Amsterdam City Centre, 1012 AB Amsterdam
EmailTel.‪: +31 20 7219172
Fax‪: +31 20 5222889

 

 

 

 

Hotel Sint Nicolaas ***

Just a 5-minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station, this renovated hotel is set in a monumental building. It offers 27 rooms with double glazing and light-proof curtains. Free Wi-Fi is available.

Hotel Sint Nicolaas is located a 10-minute walk from Dam Square, in an area with a large variety of restaurants, shops and cafés. The Red light District is a 5-minute walk away.

Address: Spuistraat 1a, 
1012 SP Amsterdam
EmailTel.: +31 20 626 13 84
Fax: +31 20 623 09 79

 

 

 

 

 

Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel *****

Renaissance Amsterdam has a central location near Amsterdam Central Station, a 10-minute walk from Dam Square. The hotel has 402 renovated rooms with modern furnishings and a seating area.

From Renaissance you can easily travel around the city. Most shops, restaurants and sights are within walking distance. For longer distances the nearest tram stop Maartelaarsgracht is 2 minutes away.

AddressKattengat 1, Amsterdam City Centre, 1012 SZ Amsterdam
Tel.: +31 20 621 2223
Fax.: +31 20 627 5245

 

 

 

 

Crowne Plaza Amsterdam City Centre ****

This hotel is located in the touristic centre of Amsterdam, within 500 metres of Dam Square and the Central Station. 270 Rooms at Crowne Plaza Amsterdam City Centre feature the typical Amsterdam wooden ceiling beams and large windows.

Tram stop Nieuwezijds Kolk is a 2-minute walk and offers 5 tram lines with quick access to museums and monuments.

AddressNieuwezijds Voorburgwal 5, Amsterdam City Centre, 1012 RC Amsterdam
Email
Tel.: +31 20 6200500
Fax: +31 20 6201173

Scientific Content Up to Date
Submission Info

Abstract Submission is now closed since April 14th.
The Scientific Committee almost finished to review the 1.160 abstracts that were submitted for the forthcoming EuSEM meeting in Amsterdam.
The results should be available around mid-June.

 

 

 

 

The Scientific Committee is pleased to invite all delegates to submit abstracts, both for oral and poster presentations in the following categories:
Administration & Healthcare policy
Airway
Biomarkers
Cardiovascular
Case Presentation
Clinical Policy
Clinical Decision Guides and Rules
CPR / Resuscitation
Critical Care
Diagnostic Technology & Radiology
Disaster Medicine
Disease & Injury Prevention
Education and training
Endocrine / Diabetes
Genitourinary
Geriatrics 
Imaging / Ultrasound / Radiology
Infectious Disease / Sepsis
Information Technology
Legislation
Management / ED Organisation
Nephrology
Neurology
Obstetric Emergencies
Pain Management/ Analgesia / Anaesthesia
Paediatrics
Pharmacology
Pre-hospital / EMS / Out of Hospital
Psychiatry
Orthopaedics
Respiratory Emergencies
Shock
Simulation in EM
Telemedicine
Toxicology
Transportation
Trauma
Ventilation / Invasive and Non Invasive
Wound Care / Burn Care

Deadline

The deadline for submitting abstracts is 14 April 2014 (extended)No abstract will be considered after the closing date. The abstract submission is now closed. Thank you to all the participants.

Eligibility

Members of EuSEM and NVSHA, as well as non-members are eligible to submit abstracts. Abstracts that have been submitted to previous non-EuSEM in the past 18 months will be considered. Submitting an abstract does not register you for EuSEM 2014; you must register for the Congress.

Submission Instructions

Paper and disk submissions will NOT be accepted. Abstracts can only be submitted online. EuSEM 2014 organisers expect that all abstracts selected for presentation will be presented by the authors and that submitted abstracts will not be withdrawn. Please do not submit an abstract if you are not able to travel to the Congress and present it in the form selected.

If you have any question regarding the abstract submission process, .

EuSEM Young Scientist Award

The Young Emergency Medicine Doctors Section (YEMD) of EuSEM, along with the EuSEM Congress Organising Committee, invites young Emergency Physicians, Scientists and Researchers to submit an abstract to the category "Young Emergency Doctors (<35)" for the EuSEM Young Scientist Award.

The selected abstract will be presented as an oral presentation during the Awards Ceremony of the 2014 European Congress on Emergency Medicine (ECEM), on Monday 29 September, in Amsterdam. The principal author of the winning submission will be invited to attend the 2014 Congress Gala Dinner, and free registration to the 2015 Congress, to be held in Torino, Italy.
 
Guidelines for Abstract Submission:

  • The principal author must be aged 35 and less at the time of submission. Please remember to designate your date of birth in the appropriate place on the online registration form
  • The principal author must be the first and presenting author of the abstract
  • The winner is required to attend the 2014 Congress, in order to present their abstract and receive the award
  • If the winning submission author is unable to attend for any reason, the award will be forfeited, and the next best submission will be selected for award

There is no right of appeal on any decisions concerning this Award.

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EuSEM 2014 - MCO Congrès SAS
27, rue du Four à Chaux
13007 Marseille, France

Tel.: +33 (0)4 95 09 38 00 – Fax: +33 (0)4 95 09 38 01
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