The fourth course of the first cycle has just been completed successfully. A report has been written by Dr. Shelley Renowden and Prof. James Byrne. Have a look at some pictures from the course.
Read the letter from our president Istvan Szikora about the latest activities of ESMINT with ESO.
The examination of the ESMINT Diploma will take place on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 in conjunction with the ESMINT Congress, Nice, France. The registration for the examination is open and will end July 15, 2016.
The ESMINT membership year ends June 30, 2016.
ESO ESMINT EAN SAFE announce survey on endovascular stroke treatment in Europe.
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.
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
- Imaging was the key
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.
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.
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.