Below you can register for ELPA Symposium 2019, which will be held as part of the official program at the International Liver Congress 2019.

ELPA Symposium in 2019 will be dedicated to presentations about NAFLD and NASH today from the medical and patient perspective. Prevalence of NAFLD and NASH is increasing, cirrhosis and liver failure associated with NAFLD and NASH is increasingly recognized as indications for liver transplant, and patients should be monitored carefully for avoiding co-morbid factors linked because their risk of cardiovacular serious events. Today we do not have drug medications and only have diagnosis, medical advice and sometimes derivation to the hospital. The focus should be on the work on the need for a great multidisciplinary evaluation and follow up, requiring the creation, in some centres already existing, of a very committed multidisciplinary team.

The Symposium will be held on the 11th of April from 10:30 - 12:50 in the hall Strauss 1-2. 

 

Chairs of the meeting:

Dr. Teresa Casanovas, Leader of ELPA Scientific Committee,

prof. dr. Helena Cortez-Pinto, EASL EU Policy Councillor

 

AGENDA INCLUDES:

Welcome and introduction

Marko Korenjak

 

Diagnosis of NAFLD/NASH

Dr Emmanuel Tsochatzis

 

NAFLD/NASH and importance of right nutrition

Dr Shira Zelber-Sagi

 

Clear information is the key for patients

Dr Antoni Amor

 

Role of Transient Elastography (Fibroscan)

Dr Laurent Castera

 

How to find the patients – research project LiverScreen

Núria Fabrellas Padrés

 

NAFLD/NASH Policy Review from patient perspective

Prof. Jeffrey Lazarus

 

Patients views and problems in NAFLD/NASH

Marko Korenjak

Julio Burman

 

Group Discussion and Closing remarks

Tatjana Reić

 

Event details

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Times
10:30 - 12:50
Location
The International Liver Congress 2019, Vienna, Austria, Reed Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center Strauss 1-2
Website
https://program.m-anage.com/ilc2019/en-GB/ProgramSearch/Program/?searchstring=&programid=71867&pProgramGrade=Scientific&pHideLogin=False

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