On behalf of the BeSARPP Board and the Scientific Committee, we would like to invite you to the BeSARPP Annual Meeting which will be held at SQUARE in Brussels on November 17-18, 2017.
Each year, our Society succeeds in offering an attractive program during the Saturday Meeting. International experts travel to Belgium to share their knowledge and expertise. Looking at the number of anesthesiologists attending the meeting each year, this has proven to be a highly successful format for many years.
This of course is also the case for this year’s edition: World renowned experts will focus on various technical innovations that will/might change your daily practice.
However, the Scientific Committee has introduced several new features into the format of this year’s Meeting: The Meeting is extended to two days, workshops (on the difficult airway and on the use of ultrasound in anesthesia) are organized and an ethics program is presented.
Furthermore, a networking dinner and party is scheduled on Friday evening, open to all participants. We hope to meet many of you there, it is the ideal opportunity to mingle with speakers and colleagues.
On Saturday, the Meeting is slightly shortened and closes with a late lunch.
We hope that participants will be enthusiastic about the new features of the Meeting.
We also hope to welcome many of you to Brussels for the SARB Annual Meeting.
Marc Van de Velde
Workshops 17 November:
2 Workshops are organised in the afternoon from 14.30 hrs – 19.00 hrs.
Participants can register online for their preferred workshop and session timing.
Limited places are available for the workshops, early registration is advisable.
Workshop 1: session 1: 14.30 hrs – 16.30 hrs
Workshop 1: session 2: 17.00 hrs – 19.00 hrs
Workshop 2: session 1: 14.30 hrs – 16.30 hrs
Workshop 2: session 2: 17.00 hrs – 19.00 hrs
Participants must register online. 1 Coffee Break is included.
|Workshop 1: Ultrasound in Anesthesia and Perioperative Medicine||Workshop 2: Difficult Airway Management|
Peripheral and deep venous access (30’)
Lung, Pleura, Airway (30’)
Gastric Ultrasound and abdomen (30’)
Basic Echocardiography-FATE (30’)
Fibreoptic intubation skills (20’)
Supraglottic airway devices (20’)
Front of Neck Access (20’)
Pediatric Difficult Airway (40’)
Friday 17 November
|17.00||Ethical Considerations on New Technology in the OR|
Chairs: Marc Van de Velde and Jean-François Brichant
|17.00||A Black Box in the OR: to embrace or reject? Medicolegal Aspects|
Filip Dewallens, Belgium
|17.45||Wakefulness, Responsiveness, and Consciousness—What Should We Monitor?|
George Mashour, USA
|18.30||Patient Data Management Systems for Anesthesia Record keeping: What if they fail?|
Rene Heylen, Belgium
Saturday, 18 November
Chairs: Caroline Prégardien and Layth Altmimi
|08.30||Assessing the Nociception / Anti-Nociception balance during Anesthesia: What works today? And how?|
Vincent Bonhomme, Belgium
|08.50||Near InfraRed Spectroscopy: underutilized, underrated, …understood?|
Annelies Moerman, Belgium
|09.10||Non-invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring: What you need to know|
Bernd Saugel, Germany
|09.30||Monitoring depth of Anesthesia: Moving beyond BIS|
George Mashour, USA
Chairs: Piet Wyffels and Alexandre Joosten
|10.30||Decision-Support and Closed-Loop Systems: Ready for Prime Time|
Michel Struys, The Netherlands
|10.50||Ultrasound: The Sixth Sense of Anesthesiologists|
Eric Sloth, Germany
|11.10||Artificial Intelligence, Robots and Mobile Technology: Game Changers in the Perioperative Arena|
Alexandre Joosten, Belgium
|11.30||Simulator Training: Every Anesthesiologist should have it on a regular basis|
Marcus Rall, Germany
Chairs: Nadia Najafi and Stuart Morrisson
|12.30||Innovations in Airway Management|
Patrick Schoettker, Switzerland
|12.50||Thoracic Surgery in Spontaneously Ventilating Patients: Why and how|
|13.10||Advanced Postoperative Analgesia in Home Care Settings|
Xavier Capdevilla, France
|13.30||Apneic Oxygenation and THRIVE|
Anil Patel, UK
Saturday, 18 November – 14.15 hrs
Neuromuscular monitoring: recommendations and practical aspects.
An interactive session with Prof. Philippe Dubois (french session) and Dr. Guy Cammu (dutch session).
Register FREE of charge by email to Mr. Clerinx: firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited!
NURSES PROGRAM (18/11)
Chairs: Stuart Morrison and Steve Coppens
|09.00||Airway devices and difficult airway management: what is essential, what is new|
Stuart Morrison (UA)
|09.30||An overview of currently used Locoregional anesthesia techniques|
Steve Coppens (KUL)
|10.00||How (and why) to measure recovery from neuromuscular blockade|
Marleen Verhaegen (KUL)
Chairs: Caroline Prégardien and Koen Lapage
|11.00||Principles and applications of Near Infrared Spectroscopy in anesthesia and perioperative medicine|
Caroline Prégardien (UCL)
|11.30||ECG analysis in the OR and the PACU: basic principles |
Sebastiaan Kuijpers (KUL)
|12.00||Basic concepts of fluid responsiveness (SVV, PPV)|
Koen Lapage (Ugent)
|Until 31/10/2017||As of 01/11/2017||On-Site|
|Members SARB||€ 0,00||€ 60,00||€ 75,00|
|Non-Members||€ 300,00||€ 350,00||€ 400,00|
|Trainees*||€ 50,00||€ 60,00||€ 75,00|
|Nurses||€ 50,00||€ 60,00||€ 75,00|
|Licensed Practitioner||€ 100,00||€ 100,00||€ 150,00|
|Resident in Training||€ 50,00||€ 50,00||€ 75,00|
|Licensed Practitioner||€ 180,00||€ 180,00||€ 280,00|
|Resident in Training||€ 95,00||€ 95,00||€ 140,00|
|Networking Party||€ 80,00||€ 80,00||€ 90,00|
BeSARPP Members are offered free registration until 31 October 2017.
Registration is nevertheless requested to allow optimal planning of the catering.
*A copy of your student card will be asked during the registration process.
** Workshops are held on Friday, November 17. Places are limited.
- By bank transfer: Bank details will be sent when you completed your online registration
- By credit card: All major credit cards are accepted.
Registration fees do not include BeSARPP membership.
Cancellations received before 31 October 2017 will be refunded minus € 25,00 covering administration costs.
Name substitutions are accepted at any time at an extra charge of € 25,00.
The BeSARPP Networking Party will be held on Friday, November 17 at the Maison Grand-Place in Brussels.
Situated at the very heart of Brussels’ Grand’Place, this historic exchange building forms part of the Dukes of Brabant’s mansion-house.
Registration for the Dinner and Party is mandatory and is available on the online registration form.
Mont des Arts – Kunstberg
Where to park?
There are 660 parking spaces right underneath SQUARE.
You can get in via Place de la Justice – Gerechtsplein, and Stuiversstraat – rue des Sols, and then walk straight into the building
By train: Station ‘Brussels Central’ and follow the exit signs to ‘Mont des Arts – SQUARE’.
The official language of the meeting is English.
Accreditation and Certificates
Name of the Organiser: BeSARPP
Person in charge: P. Wouters
Participants will receive certificates of attendance, including accreditation details. Certificates will be sent by e-mail after the congress.
By attending the meeting and/or exhibition organized in conjunction with the meeting, participants and exhibitors agree that neither the Organizing Committee nor the Administrative Secretariat assume any liability, participants and exhibitors are advised to organize their own insurances.
We would like to thank the following companies for their support:
Pajunk Medical Produkte