European Federation of Autonomic Societies

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European Federation of Autonomic Societies

European federation of autonomic societies was established on 1997 for specialized in autonomic nervous system research and private persons. The main aim is to establish a platform for clinicians and scientists with interests in ANS physiology, disorders and treatment. They coordinate the activity of ANS research findings in Europe. Their main focus on neurology, diabetes, endocrinology, autonomic dysfunction, cardiovascular system etc. They publishes a journals for communications of research and treatment related to autonomic function and dysfunction. To promote the interdisciplinary communication, a congress is organized by another NAS every year. EFAS is also involved in teaching on ANS with a specific EFAS School. EFAS established the first school on clinical autonomic function in Lisbon, Portugal from 13 - 17 July 2010. The school will involve lectures, clinical case presentations, and comments-on sessions with discussion panels and hands-on sessions with leading international experts which bring together clinical scientists to educate on autonomic function and dysfunction. The main aim of this society includes the create a discussion forum where the emphasis will be made on the clinic autonomic function approaches in order to provide a better understanding of disautonomy by sharing and research, results, experiences, methods and therapeutic strategies. Also, they foster collaboration between medical professionals interested on the autonomic nervous system field. They publish the journal Clinical Autonomic Research which exclusively dedicate towards the research work from various disciplines and specialties dealing with clinical problems resulting from autonomic dysfunction and brings together and disseminate research work.

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