Figure 1, The 26th Sylvester O’Halloran Perioperative Scientific Symposium in Limerick from March 1st-3rd,2018
Figure 2, The symposium scene in 2017
The 26th Sylvester O’Halloran Perioperative Scientific Symposium is going to be held in University Hospital Limerick, Limerick, Ireland from March 1st-3rd,2018.
The Sylvester O’Halloran Perioperative Symposium (http://soh.isrs.ie/) is held annually in Limerick. This is one of the largest international meetings that focuses on perioperative aspects of surgical care. It is a multidisciplinary meeting, held over three days with international delegates across a range of perioperative specialties. There are several prestigious named lectures including the Sylvester O’ Halloran Lecture, The Sir Thomas Myles Lecture, and the recently established Paul O’Byrne Lecture on Surgical Innovation. The meeting is held in partnership with the ASGBI, ASiT, The RCSI, University Hospital Limerick Group and University of Limerick.
Full program of the three days’ symposium, please link to the PDF.
The abstracts of the 26th Sylvester O Halloran Perioperative Scientific Symposium will shortly be published in Mesentery and Peritoneum (MAP). MAP is an interdisciplinary forum that aims to rapidly publish the highest quality research.