European Society of Trauma and Emergency Surgery

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European Society of Trauma and Emergency Surgery

European Society of Trauma and Emergency Surgery were formed in 2007 with aim to promote interest, knowledge and quality of care in emergency and trauma surgery. It is formed by merging of the European Association for Trauma & Emergency Surgery and the European Trauma Society. Since then it has continued to promote best practice in the provision of emergency and trauma surgery from pre-hospital care through diagnosis, intervention and intensive care to rehabilitation.  This is underpinned by international collaboration, scientific research, development and delivery of training courses, and the work of the specialist sections like Disaster & Military Surgery, Emergency Surgery, Polytrauma, Visceral Trauma as well as Skeletal Trauma and Sports Medicine. Every year European Society of Trauma and Emergency Surgery organises its annual meeting and releases bi-monthly journal – the European Journal for Trauma and Emergency Surgery (EJTES).   ESTES also provides practical support through Grants and Fellowships. The European Society for Traumatology is an umbrella organisation of 10 national societies. In order to stay aware of cutting edge advancements in the treatment of mischance casualties and to accomplish a specific level of harmonization, the German Society of Traumatology, the Austrian Trauma Society and additionally the Swiss Society of Traumatology and Occupational Medicine started to hold joint gatherings at regular intervals in 1973. After six meetings the political scene in Europe had changed to such a degree, to the point that it appeared to be proper to welcome other medicinal social orders to take part and, in this manner, advance the possibility of co-operation at the European level. Harald Tscherne was one of the main thrusts behind this thought.

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