Welcome to NASCE 2017 Lund
On behalf of the UEMS I would like to welcome you to the third scientific meeting of the Network of Accredited Clinical Skills Centres in Europe (NASCE).
The roots of the NASCE program are in the need to regularize and validate simulation based training. NASCE is supported by no less than 21 sections and boards of the UEMS showing the multidisciplinary nature of accreditation program. The accredited centres form the core of this truly pan European network but the UEMS and NASCE welcome all interested parties to the this scientific meeting.
The city of Lund founded more than 1000 years ago, is one of the oldest cities in Scandinavia. This year the University is celebrating its 350th anniversary. Lund is a city of creativity with many high-tech industries and start-ups. Many visitors are attracted by Lund for the combination of the historical surroundings, the University and its city centre with small shops, restaurants and cafés.
The venue for the meeting, “Hypoteksvåningen” (www.hypoteket.se), is situated in a beautiful fin de siècle building in the old part of the city and in convenient walking distance from recommended hotels and from the railway station.
The content of the scientific meeting is a mix of free paper sessions based on original research within the area of medical simulation, and key note addresses. There will also be an interesting industry exhibition area for simulation companies. We are therefore confident that you will find the meeting of interest.
Information about registration fees is provided on a separate pdf document which could be downloaded from this website. Payment is accepted only by PayPal.
For registration and payment ; https://nascenet.org/registration-form
Abstracts to the meeting should be e-mailed as attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org . The abstract form can be downloaded from the NASCE website.
Submission of abstracts opens April 15 and deadline for abstract submission is August 15. Information about acceptance will be communicated to the corresponding author within August by e-mail.
A preliminary program is available to be downloaded from the NASCE website (www.nascenet.org). A definitiveprogram will be available early September
Training the Trainers Course
We are also very proud to present the NASCE Training-the-Trainers Course which will take place on Friday afternoon and Saturday. With a renowned faculty, we are confident that this course will be a great success. Please download the programme from this website for more information. The venue for the TTT course is Practicum Clinical Skills Centre, Barngatan 6 within the University Hospital area. http://web.wagnerguide.com/suslundhospital.aspx?Lang=sv&Extern=true&MainButtonId=2091&ButtonId=7096
We wish you all a fruitful scientific meeting and a most enjoyable stay in Lund.
Chairman of the local organizing committee