2021 update on EASL Clinical practice guidelines on non-invasive techniques for the evaluation of liver disease and severity
Mark your calendars!
On the 22nd of June 2021, the European Association for the Study of Liver disease (EASL) will be releasing the much-anticipated updated guidelines on the use of non-invasive techniques (NITs). These new guidelines will be presented and discussed in a session available on the ILC 2021 platform exclusively for registered delegates. Don’t miss this important launch, make sure you register now for the congress if you haven’t done so already.
Discover the Postgraduate Course at ILC 2021
This year’s one-day Postgraduate Course will address lifestyle and the liver, with specialists providing their input via cases that they present. The course will highlight many clinical practice dilemmas and engage the audience with these world-renowned experts on how to make optimal management decisions to help patients with liver disease.
The Postgraduate Course is divided into six sessions, including a closing panel discussion on a multidisciplinary, outpatient approach to non-alcohol related fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and alcohol-related disease (ALD). It concludes with a State-of-the-Art lecture on lifestyle and public health.
Attend the Basic Science Seminar at ILC 2021
The one-day Basic Science Seminar at ILC 2021 focuses on the cutting-edge topics of artificial intelligence, “omics” and big data in liver research.
The seminar aims to foster interaction with the audience and is organised like a workshop, with no classical lectures. The purpose of this seminar is to attract professionals from the basic science field and to discuss specific topics where invited speakers have the opportunity not only to present their success stories, but also failures, generating a lively and informative discussion. The format is sets of 15-minute presentations, followed by Q&A discussion of 15 minutes.
Calling the global hepatology community to benefit now from early fees!
There is only one week left to take advantage of ILC 2021 early fees! The deadline is Monday, 22 March 23:59 CET. Don’t wait for the last minute to save up to EUR 450.
Browse the categories to find out what your early fees are, whether you count as a delegate, Young Investigator, nurse, patient, or allied health professional. People from 79 countries – defined as low-income and lower-middle income economies by the World Bank – can enjoy significant discounts, too. Fees start as low as EUR 30. Let’s make ILC 2021 a truly global event.
EASL members will benefit from special registration fees. Renew your membership or sign up now via: easl.eu/join-the-community/
EASL welcomes nurses, allied health professionals, and Young Investigators at ILC 2021
EASL’s ILC 2021 will be the 56th iteration of a flagship annual congress – a firmly rooted tradition that is set to be a sparkling, four-day virtual event taking place 23–26 June 2021. Over half a century has passed since the first EASL meeting took place in 1966 in person, with only a cluster of Europe-based hepatologists. Our vision and scope have grown from strength to strength.
EASL is now gearing up to welcome thousands of delegates to ILC 2021, from diverse professions, and we’re offering special low rates for nurses, allied health professionals (AHPs) and Young Investigators.
Call for regular and high-profile, late-breaker abstracts for ILC 2021
EASL is pleased to announce the second round of abstract submissions for ILC 2021. We are calling for companies, scientists, researchers, and investigators to submit regular and high-profile, late-breaker abstracts, 10–27 April 2021.
Take advantage of the next round of abstract submissions
In line with EASL’s commitment to make ILC 2021 the platform of choice for liver research from around the world, we encourage researchers to submit their most recent work – be it late–breaking results or work that simply was not ready earlier in the year.
By submitting, companies and researchers stand to gain:
- the possibility of presenting work at the world’s leading hepatology event
- the chance to pay the reduced abstract submission fee of EUR 50 (instead of the usual EUR 100 late-breaker fee)
- significant savings on ILC 2021 registration fees, because early-fee rates apply to all those who submit during this new round and who sign up within ten days of notification on 18 May 2021.
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