Sepsis 2017: New Successes, New Challenges
Sepsis 2017 is the ISF’s 11th annual Symposium. Sepsis 2017 will be held at the Institut Pasteur in Paris, France and will precede the XVII Congress of the European Shock Society (ESS). We are expecting an audience of 300 delegates from around the world for Sepsis 2017. Past symposia have attracted delegates from more than 40 countries. The official language will be English.
Sepsis 2017 and ESS will be held back to back with the ability to participate in Up-close and Personal Workshops on the 11 September at the Hotel Concorde Montparnasse preceding the main sessions of Sepsis 2017 at the Institut Pasteur.
Sepsis 2017 will feature presentations by international experts, who will cover the most important topics of sepsis, spanning the spectrum from cutting edge basic science research to clinical aspects and trials.
Sepsis 2017 is an excellent opportunity to become up-to-date on everything that currently is going on in the field of sepsis! In addition, there will be ample possibilities to present own scientific work and to informally interact with ISF council members during poster sessions.
You can register for Sepsis 2017 and choose 2 workshops to participate in (the workshops are optional) and you can also register for the Congress of ESS at a discounted price if you choose to attend both meetings.
Sponsored by the International Sepsis Forum.
The Sepsis Annual Symposium
The Sepsis Annual Symposium is a unique meeting at which world experts address the diagnosis, epidemiology, science and clinical treatment of sepsis. The faculty features international thought leaders from the fields of critical care, infectious diseases, internal medicine and surgery, who collectively have extensive expertise in the clinical care of patients with sepsis, the science and laboratory investigation of sepsis and the host response to sepsis, and in the design, conduct and interpretation of clinical trials conducted to investigate the treatment of sepsis.
The Sepsis 2017 Symposium will focus on the science and clinical aspects of sepsis including a focus on antibiotic resistance, the management of the patient with sepsis and will include a comprehensive update on ongoing clinical trials and plus presentation of recent trial results.