Events & Fairs
Our calendar of events
The anniversary congress of Emergency Nursing Switzerland takes place during two days in Interlaken and offers participants a varied and specialized program. Representatives of partner organizations and an attractive evening program will round off the event. Various exhibitors will participate in the congress and present their product innovations in the industrial exhibition.
Take the opportunity to meet with your colleagues to maintain and develop networks, exchange experiences, and return to your daily work with new ideas.
The First Responder Symposium is the largest continuing education event for first responders and company paramedics in Switzerland. During presentations you will expand your professional knowledge. You can choose from different practical topics.
We are pleased to invite you to the SIGA/FSIA Anesthesia Congress with the theme "Rien ne va plus".
- Date: Saturday, April 22, 2023
- Place: KKL Lucerne
- Door opening: from 08.30 a.m.
The Anesthesia Congress SIGA/FSIA is the annual congress of anesthesia care in Switzerland. Each year, the congress offers a varied and specialized program for the approximately 800 participants. Thanks to simultaneous translation into French, it is also very attractive for Latin-speaking Switzerland. Around 40 companies participate in the congress and present their product innovations in the industrial exhibition.
More about this event: https://siga-fsia.ch/sigafsia/anaesthesiekongress.html
The 2023 Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society of Neonatology will take place on May 9, 2023 at the Kultur- und Kongresshaus in Aarau under the title "Medical Education and Common Cardiovascular Issues in Neonatology". Young pediatricians and neonatologists are cordially invited to actively participate and present their research.
For some time now, the Swiss Emergency Symposium and the Rescue Forum have been held alternately every two years - events that have become indispensable. Years of close cooperation between the Swiss Paramedic Association, SGNOR and IVR organizations have led to a round table discussion on the future of these two events. It was decided to merge the events and to launch them under the new name "Swiss Congress for Emergency Medicine" from 2015.
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We are extremely pleased to cordially invite you to the 5th INluks Congress on June 20, 2023 in the auditorium of the KKL Luzern.
The Department of Clinical Cross-Sectional Medicine, founded in August 2020, will host this interprofessional event with its five areas of anesthesia, intensive care, emergency medicine, OR management and rescue medicine. The department is characterized by short distances between the areas and its dual leadership on the medical and nursing side.
The department is organizing the second congress in this constellation on the topic "Across the Brain". Each of the five areas will examine the brain from its own perspective. Due to its dual leadership, the Department of Clinical Cross-Sectional Medicine addresses the following target groups with the congress: Physicians, nurses, rescue professionals (paramedics/emergency dispatchers), OR professionals and other interested professionals.
The INluks Congress stands for its interprofessionality today and in the future. In addition to highly exciting specialist presentations, the focus is on know-how transfer and exchange of experience on current and foreseeable developments in the fields of anesthesia, intensive care and emergency medicine, OR management and rescue medicine. The congress also offers the opportunity to cultivate an attractive national interprofessional networking platform.
- Bern Anesthesia Care Symposium (BAPS)
- Saturday, January 28, 2023, 09.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
- Auditorium Ettore Rossi, Children's Hospital, Inselspital Bern
Golden Age - the art of geriatric anesthesia management.
After the pandemic break, we are back with an exciting 2023 BAPS program. While we are still foregoing workshops, we plan to resume the old tried and true format in 2024.
Switzerland's age pyramid shows it clearly: the proportion of older people is rising! According to the Swiss Federal Statistical Office, this phenomenon will increase in the coming years due to higher life expectancy, low birth rates and the retirement of the baby boom generation. At the same time, around half of people aged 55 and over and two-thirds of people aged 75 and over have at least one chronic illness.
These facts have prompted us to dedicate a BAPS to the older generation and to deal with the anesthesia management of our "Golden Age" patients, who may find themselves with us in anesthesia preparation after an e-bike fall or a delirious head impact.
Look forward to an exciting day of lectures and reuniting with colleagues!
Caterina Gutersohn, Vocational Training Officer AIN
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