Norman, NCO in charge, 791st EAES crew management cell.
On the way from Ramstein, where the squadron is located, to pick up patients, an EAES crew can configure the inside of an airplane to accommodate specific needs.
Since its founding in 1990, the EAES has played a leading role in the promotion and dissemination of endoscopic surgery and allied interventional techniques throughout Europe.
The development of a training curriculum that can be easily adopted by every country and professional organization in the European Community looks forward to the time when the LSS curriculum becomes the standard for teaching and evaluating interventional skills, not only throughout the ECC, but also in any other countries working with the EAES.
EAES and ESGE are actively promoting cooperation between minimally invasive surgeons and interventional gastroenterologists to explore not only the potential, but also the challenges and obstacles in this exciting new field.
Contacts: Ria Palmen, EAES Executive Director T: +31-40-2525288 E: ria.
CONTACT: Contacts: Ria Palmen, EAES
Executive Director, T: +31-40-2525288, E: ria.