Activity

 

Reports and Papers

HepCom activity reports:

Education

May 14-17, 2014 - Vietri sul Mare (Salerno), Italy
Organiser: Professor Pietro Vajro
Vietri sul Mare 2014

June 13 - 16th, 2012 - Château Pey-Latour, Bordeaux, France

Title: Paediatric Hepatology: from basic science to daily practice
Organiser: Florence Lacaille
Hepatology Summer 2012

May 13-16, 2010 - Cracow, Poland
Organiser: Piotr Socha
Programme 

May 21 - 24, 2008 - Island of S Servolo, Venice, Italy
Organiser: Lorenzo d'Antiga, and the Committee for Hepatology
Local organizing committee: Lorenzo D’Antiga, Silvia Baggio, Mara Cananzi, Lucia Zancan

May 4 - 6, 2006 - Balatonfured, Hungary 
Organisers: Antal Nemeth (Sweden) and Laszlo Szonyi (Hungary)

April 30 - May 4, 2003 - Acores, Portugal 
Organiser: Isabel Gonçalves

June 7-9, 2001 - Knokke-le-Zoute, Belgium
Organiser: Prof Etienne Sokal

September 29 - October 3, 1999 - Ischia, Italy 
Organiser: Angela Vegnente

Monothematic conferences

2014 

Single topic symposium on Metabolic Liver Disease,

October 2-4, 2014, Birmingham, UK

This meeting was organised on behalf of the ESPGHAN Hepatology Committee with support from UEG, EASL and the BIMDG.  The programme featured international speakers who discussed established and novel medical treatments, stem cell and liver transplants, how to use clinical and histopathology to diagnose metabolic liver diseases and many more topics. We also invited participants to bring along difficult cases for discussion. This meeting provided both a statement of current expertise and discussions on future prospects in this field

Website: www.metabolicliverdisease2014.org

Single topic symposium on Metabolic Liver Disease Programme

2013

Current paradigms and novel strategies in paediatric liver transplantation

September 12-14, 2013, Hannover, Germany

Over the last 25 years paediatric liver transplantation has emerged from an experimental concept to an established medical therapy. This successful development forces us to continuously consider new approaches to further improve the care of liver transplanted children.

This monothematic conference on paediatric liver transplantation is organized on behalf of the ESPGHAN Hepatology Committee. The focus will be on improving late outcomes and organ allocation strategies, transplant immunology and new and challenging indications. Single centre experiences, pro- and con debates, as well as deeper reviews will be presented with the primary objective to encourage constructive discussions. We aim to provide both a statement of current expertise and discussions on future prospects in our field!

Current paradigms and novel strategies in paediatric liver transplantation brochure 

ESPGHAN E-learning

ESPGHAN Summer School 2014