European Alliance for Endovascular Stroke Treatment
15 June, 2016 - 14:39

ESO ESMINT EAN SAFE announce survey on endovascular stroke treatment in Europe.

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NEW: ESMINT Congress 2016 - Call for Best European Studies
21 May, 2016 - 13:40

Three selected investigator-initiated studies initiated by ESMINT members in Europe will be presented during a dedicated session.

Any study with unfinished enrolment can be submitted from the time of positive ethics approval in any European country. Investigators with ongoing pilot/feasibility studies are encouraged to apply too. 

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ESMINT Congress Call for Cases
19 May, 2016 - 14:18

The submission deadline has been extended to May 31, 2016!

You can submit your most educational and interesting cases in the field of neurology disease, according to the following topics :

  •  Aneurysm therapy
  •  Acute ischemic stroke
  •  Intra- and extracranial stenting
  •  Complications
  •  Imaging was the key
  •  Miscellaneous

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ECMINT 1.4: Registration is open!
18 March, 2016 - 09:23

The registration for ECMINT 1.4 is open. ECMINT 1.4 is the fourth course making up the ESMINT curriculum. The course takes place June 21-25, 2016 and the main topic is AVMs.

In order to register for the course, please download the application form and send it back to the course administration.

To qualify to sit for the ESMINT diploma, the student must have attended an entire ECMINT cycle comprised four different course programmes. The four different courses can be passed in different cycles.

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Training Guidelines for Endovascular Ischemic Stroke Intervention: An International Multi-Society Consensus Document
25 February, 2016 - 15:50

Dear Friends, dear Colleagues,

Since the publication of the positive thrombectomy trials, the international professional media is noisy with a variety of propositions from different medical specialties checking in into interventional treatment of acute ischemic stroke. Our Society has already expressed its standpoint reinforcing the need of proper training in clinical neurosciences, neuroimaging and neruointerventions for all physicians prior to getting engaged in treatment of ischemic stroke.

It is my great pleasure to report the recent publication of the “Training Guidelines for Endovascular Ischemic Stroke Intervention: An International multi-society consensus document” in multiple journals, including EJMINT. This document is the result of a great effort by multiple societies and a number of individuals that was initiated during the last ESMINT Congress. The basics of the Guidelines were agreed upon at a multisociety meeting during WFITN 2015 in Gold Coast and the document finalized within the past few months with the active collaboration of all participating worldwide societies.

The impact of such a global consensus document is invaluable in securing the continued quality of stroke treatment in acute ischemic stroke around the globe. I wish to thank all of our global partners for their dedicated cooperation and all of those assisting in the coordination of this great effort.

I am convinced this work will be of great benefit in helping (re)-organization of stroke care in your respective countries. Please read the consensus document on EJMINT.

Sincerely yours,


ECMINT 1.4: Preliminary Programme
16 February, 2016 - 14:08

The preliminary programme for ECMINT 1.4 is now available. The course takes place June 21-25, 2016 in Oxford, UK. The registration will open in March 2016.

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Statement to the Code of Ethical Business Practice
4 January, 2016 - 12:17
Dear Colleagues, dear Friends, 
As you may know, on December, 2nd, 2015 EUCOMED and MEDTECH Europe has introduced a new Code of Ethical Business Practice. This new code of conduct represents a major change in financing medical education by the medical industry. As of January, 1st, 2018, EUCOMED/MEDTECH member companies will not be allowed to directly sponsor physician’s travel, lodging and registration costs for attending educational meetings or congresses hosted by “third party” organizations, such as medical associations (including ESMINT). 
During multiple discussions with our industrial partners, we were assured that industry does not intend to remove their support from continued medical education. Yet, these new measures will substantially change the routine of both organizing and attending academic conferences and meetings. 
ESMINT keeps negotiating with all neurovascular companies in order to find sufficient techniques to guarantee continued high quality education via academic events.  We will keep you posted on any progress in this regard. 
With my warmest regards,
ESMINT Season's Greetings 2015
21 December, 2015 - 14:09

ESMINT Season's Greetings 2015

Thank you to all our members and friends!

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Registration closed for ECMINT 1.3
26 November, 2015 - 15:46

Dear ESMINT member or friend

The registration for ECMINT 1.3 is closed!

The third ECMINT course will be held again at St. Anne's college, Oxford, from 14-18 December 2015. The focus is "Stroke". Students are encouraged to complete all 4 courses but completion of each element will be credited for CME points. ECMINT 1.3. is designated for a maximum of, or up to 24 European CME credits (ECMEC).

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Thank you.

Your ESMINT Office

The ESMINT News: October 2015
9 November, 2015 - 14:49

Read our latest newsletter with up-to-date information about our society and the world of INR.

The ESMINT News: October 2015