The European Society for Emergency Medicine

COVID-19 Webinar 1: a unique insight in highly impacted countries
Speaker(s):
Luis Garcia-Castrillo
,
Luis Garcia-Castrillo
Affiliations:
Paolo Groff
,
Paolo Groff
Affiliations:
Marc Sabbe
,
Marc Sabbe
Affiliations:
IAN HIGGINSON
,
IAN HIGGINSON
Affiliations:
Wilhelm Behringer
,
Wilhelm Behringer
Affiliations:
Lars Petter Bjoernsen
,
Lars Petter Bjoernsen
Affiliations:
Orhan Cinar
,
Orhan Cinar
Affiliations:
Pascual Pinera-Salmeron
,
Pascual Pinera-Salmeron
Affiliations:
eftychia polyzogopoulou
,
eftychia polyzogopoulou
Affiliations:
Said Laribi
Said Laribi
Affiliations:
EUSEM Academy. Academy E. 03/28/20; 290502
Luis Garcia-Castrillo
Paolo Groff
Marc Sabbe
IAN HIGGINSON
Wilhelm Behringer
Lars Petter Bjoernsen
Orhan Cinar
Pascual Pinera-Salmeron
eftychia polyzogopoulou
Said Laribi
About this activity
In the actual COVID-19 crisis, sharing information is of extreme importance to learn and improve for now and the future. EUSEM wants to stimulate this by using its network and facilitate the transference of experiences between participating members from all over Europe, providing a unique insight of the real situation in the EDs with up to date experiences and difficulties faced during the different periods of the epidemic.

Speakers from Italy, Spain, Turkey, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Norway, UK and The Netherlands give an insight of the situation in their country, addressing the actual situation, methods of triage, approach and lessons learned.

Introduction: Luis Castrillo
Italy: Paolo Groff
Belgium: Marc Sabbe
UK: Ian Higginson
Germany: Wilhelm Behringer
Norway: Lars Petter Bjornsen
Turkey: Orhan Cinar
Spain: Pascual Pinera Salmeron
Greece: Effie Polyzogopoulou
France: Said Larib

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