In 2012 we initiated a concept that we called SepsEast, in order to bring Eastern European opinion leaders and Western European experts together on a conference in Budapest. The idea was welcomed by several European societies including the German Sepsis Society, and we decided to alternate our conferences biannually. The next SepsEast conference will be in Budapest 17-20 September 2014. This article is a short summary about the background and the goals of SepsEast.
last 30 years intensive care medicine has become a fast advancing
medical speciality all around the world and its impact in medicine in
general is plausible. Critical care journals have high impact factors
and scientific publications from the field appear regularly in the
highest ranking medical journals. Emergency and critical care has
become the core element of the hospital structure and it is also
becoming more popular among medical students and getting publicity like
never before. It seems like an absolute success story, but mainly in the
History – what we share in Eastern Europe
In countries behind the former Iron Curtain, with a population almost as much as in Western Europe, intensivists are still struggling to gain similar acknowledgement and prestige from the public, the governments and other specialities. Fortunately over the last few years things have definitely improved, but there is still a long way to go.
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