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Annelies Moerman - Bélgica

Family Name : MOERMAN
First Name : Anneliese, Thea, Agnes, Albert, Maria
Place and date of birth : Oostakker, November 9, 1963

Professional address:
Ghent University Hospital, Department of Anaesthesiology, 2K12 IC
De Pintelaan 185, B – 9000 Gent, Belgium
Tel. Secr.: + 32 9 332 32 81 /  Fax. Secr.:+32 9 332 49 87

PhD Doctor in Medical Sciences, 21 May 2013 (University Hospital Ghent, Belgium). Thesis:   “Clinical application of near-infrared spectroscopy in perioperative assessment of cerebral and  peripheral tissue oxygenation”

Present affiliation:
Department of Anaesthesia – University Hospital, University of Ghent: Professor of Anaesthesiology, Clinical Director Cardiac Anaesthesia. Responsible for the implementation and coördination of the residency training program (Master after Master) in the Department of Anaesthesia at the University Hospital of Ghent. This comprises theoretical teaching, practical training and the  coaching of the Master thesis of more than 70 trainees.

Clinical interests are cardiac anaesthesiology and vascular physiology, with specific interest for congenital heart surgery.  

Current research efforts covers cardiovascular physiology with specific interest for the pathophysiology of perioperative tissue oxygen balance using near-infrared spectroscopy.
Annelies Moerman
Belen de José Maria - Espanha

CV for Porto 2016 from Belen De Jose Maria, MD PhD 

I was born in 1964 in Barcelona, and graduated in Medicine in 1989. I did my Residency in Anesthesiology in Hospital Clinic of Barcelona and fulfilled my PhD Degree in 2002 at University of Barcelona. Since 1995 I work as Pediatric Anesthesiologist at Hospital Sant Joan de Deu, University of Barcelona, Spain. In 2012-2013 I spent a year working clinically at Shriners Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, US. I’m an ECFMG graduate. Currently I'm back in Barcelona, I work clinically and am Consultant in Pediatric Anesthesia at Sant Joan de Deu University Hospital, Barcelona, Spain.

My areas of clinical expertise within pediatric anesthesia are ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia, pediatric airway management and CPR. I'm a Teacher of the Committe European Education in Anesthesiology (CEEA). I've directed and co-directed many courses on regional anesthesia techniques in children in Spain. From 2009 till 2012 I co-directed and teached a personalized hands-on course on ultrasound guided regional anesthesia techniques for pediatric anesthesia. I'm instructor in neonatal CPR. I've lectured and given workshops on regional anesthetic techniques and pediatric airway management at many international congresses (France, Germany, The Netherlands, England, Italy, Peru, Venezuela, Chile, Argentina, Indonesia, Thailand,Turkey, United States...). I've co-authored several chapters of pediatric anesthesia textbooks, and have published several papers in indexed journals. I help as a reviewer in some pediatric indexed journals.

I regularly participate in many ESRA, NYSORA and NWAC meetings. Thanks to people I've come across in these conferences I spent a year working clinically at Shriners Hospital for Children in Philadelphia: a pediatric anesthesia department dedicated to orthopedic surgery exclusively. Organizing an ultrasound guided regional anesthesia team was fun!

Belen de José Maria
Christopher Frerk - Inglaterra
Consultant Anaesthetist, Northampton | 1993-current
Clinical Lead Head & Neck Cancer Anaesthesia, Northampton | 1997-current
NHS Clinical Director Anaesthesia & Critical Care, Northampton | 2005-2008
NHS Clinical Director Trauma & Orthopaedics, Northampton | 2011-2012
Patient Safety Lead, Human Factors, Northampton | 2012-2013
Royal College of Anaesthetists Education Committee | 2011-2015
Past President Difficult Airway Society UK | 2006 – 2009
Trustee Clinical Human Factors Group | 2011 - current
Editorial reviewer for the European Journal of Anesthesiology | 2000-2011
Editorial reviewer for the British Journal of Anaesthesia | 2011-current
Editor (with Tim Cook and Nick Woodall) of NAP4 - 4th National Audit Project of The Royal College of Anaesthetists and The Difficult Airway Society
Major complications of airway management in the United Kingdom
Chair of the group that produced the 2015 Difficult Airway Society Guidelines.
Christopher Frerk
Daqing Ma - Inglaterra

Daqing Ma, MD, PhD, FRCA, is Macintosh Professor and Head of Anaesthesia Research of the Section of Anaesthetics, Pain Medicine & Intensive Care, Department of Surgery & Cancer, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London, and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

He has more than 190 publications (Total impact factor > 700; H index 34; Total citations > 4300) of peer reviewed original articles, reviews and book chapters (e.g. PNAS, Annals of Neurology, Annals of Surgery, BMJ, JASN, Kidney International, The FASEB Journal, Annals of Surgery, Critical Care Medicine, Anesthesiology and etc.) covering research fields of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology, Neuroscience, Neurology and Nephrology, and two international patents. His main research interests are organoprotection, postoperative cognitive dysfunction, Cancer and Pain. Dr. Ma’s research has being supported with the grants from MRC, British Oxygen Chair grant, Alzheimer's Society-Bupa Foundation, BJA/RCoA, AAGBI, Westminster Medical School Research Trust, Action Medical Research and SPARKS, UK and European Society of Anesthesiology, Brussels. He is a regular invited reviewer for peer reviewed journals (> 50) including Annals of Neurology, Plos One, Anesthesiology, BJA, Anaesthesia & Analgesia, Neuroscience, JBFM, Critical Care Medicine, Critical Care, Stroke, Paediatric Research, Journal of Neurochemistry,  Resuscitation and etc. He is a grant reviewer for Swiss National Science Foundation, The Ministry of Science, Education, Sports of the Republic of Croatia and Natural Science Foundation Committee, China and, MRC, Wellcome Trust, UK. He has been supervising more than 16 PhD/MD students (14/18 received a PhD degree and others’ study is ongoing).

He is Fellow of Royal College of Anaesthetists. He is a Board Member of British Journal of Anaesthesia and a council member of Anaesthetic Research Society (UK). He is an Academic Editor of PLoS One and Associate Editor of Journal Alzheimer Disease. He is also an expert panel member of French Evaluation Agency for Research and Higher Eduction (AERES), France. He is an editorial member of Journal of Clinical Anesthesiology, Forum Anaesthesia & Monitoring and Chinese Journal of Anesthesiology and is a regular overseas consultant of Chinese Society of Anaesthesiology. He is also current President of Chinese Life Scientists Society of UK. His research has been recognized by public media including BBC and the news paper of Telegraph and Times.
Daqing Ma
Daniel A. Reuter - Alemanha
Prof. Reuter received his undergraduate medical education at the Universities of Würzburg (Germany), New York (USA), and Munich (Germany). He was trained in anesthesiology and intensive care medicine at the University Hospitals of Tübingen and Munich with particular emphasis on cardiac and transplant surgery. At the University of Munich he received as well his specialization in intensive care medicine. Since 2006, he is vice chair of the Department of Anesthesiology at the Hamburg Eppendorf University Medical Center, and since 2009 he is appointed as a Professor of Anesthesiology at the Medical Faculty of the University of Hamburg. Daniel A. Reuter
Ellen O' Sullivan - Irlanda

Prof O’Sullivan trained in anaesthesia in the UK and spent 10 years as an NHS Consultant. Now a consultant in St James Hospital Dublin she specialises in airway management .
She has been involved in the Difficult Airway Society (DAS) since it’s foundation and was elected President of DAS in November 2009.In 2016 she was appointed the Difficult Airway Society Professor of Anaesthesia & Airway Management.

She was elected to the Council of the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) in 2001 and has held many posts including Vice-President. She received the John Snow Silver Medal for my contributions to the AAGBI.

She is the immediate Past-President of the College of Anaesthetist of Ireland having held numerous posts including Chair of Education and Chair of Examinations.

She received the Dudley Buxton award from the RCOA for services to anaesthesia.

Prof O’Sullivan was Irish Lead for the National Audit Project 5 on Accidental Awareness under Anaesthesia (AAGA) a joint RCOA/AAGBI initiative. This received an Irish Healthcare Award for Best Hospital Project in Ireland in November 2015 and also the overall prize—An Dhuas Mor. It was also awarded the Humphry Davy medal by the RCOA.

International and third world work forms an important part of her career to date with early contributions to validating what later became the Life Box Pulse-Oximetry project.

In 2015 Professor O’ Sullivan was appointed to the position of Chair of the Scientific Committee on Respiration & Airway Management, ESA.

In addition she has recently been elected to the Council of the Royal College of Anaesthetists.

Ellen O'Sullivan
Lars Simon Rasmussen - Dinamarca

Born 1959
Medical Doctor, University of Copenhagen 1985
Accredited specialist in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 1994
European Diploma in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 1996

Since 2000 Consultant in anaesthesia, Department of Anaesthesia, Center of Head and Orthopaedics, Copenhagen University Hospital, Rigshospitalet.

Since 2010 Research Professor, Department of Anaesthesia, Center of Head and Orthopaedics, Copenhagen University Hospital, Rigshospitalet. 

Ph.D. dissertation 1999: Postoperative Cognitive Dysfunction in Elderly Patients

Medical Doctoral Thesis 2007: Postoperative cognitive dysfunction - incidence, risk factors, and correlation with biochemical markers for brain damage.

Publications: 198 articles and 25 editorials, previously supervisor for 17 Ph.D.-students, and currently supervisor for 7 Ph.D.-students.

Member of Editorial Board for Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica since 2002, Assistant editor-in-chief 2008-2009, Editor-in-Chief 2009-2015.

Lars Simon Rasmussen
Marlies Ostermann - Inglaterra

Dr Ostermann is a Consultant in Critical Care & Nephrology at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation Trust, London and Honorary Senior Lecturer at King’s College London.

After medical school in Göttingen (Germany), she did her postgraduate training in London and Canada. She holds a PhD degree from the University of Göttingen, an MD degree from the University of London and a postgraduate Diploma in Medical Education.

She is an active member of the Renal Association, the Intensive Care Society UK and the European Society of Intensive Care Society, and a Fellow of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine. Her research focuses on acute kidney injury and renal replacement during critical illness.

Marlies Ostermann
Paolo Pelosi - Italia
Professor Paolo Pelosi grew up in Milan and attended University of Milan, graduating magna cum laude in Medicine and Surgery. After graduation, he completed his studies first as Specialist in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care and then as Research Fellow in Anaesthesiology at the University of Milan. He served as Associate Professor in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at the University of Insubria, Varese from 1999 to 2010. He is currently Chief Professor in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care and Director of the Speciality School in Anaesthesiology at the University of Genoa as well as Head of the Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Unit at the IRCCS San Martino-IST Hospital, Genoa, Italy. His activity has been always directed both to the clinical and research field. The main research interests of Prof. Pelosi have been directed to respiratory physiology during anaesthesia and respiratory failure. Prof. Pelosi developed several collaborations with highly scientifically reputed groups in European and Extra-European countries, for research in the field of mechanical ventilation and sepsis in experimental and clinical settings. Furthermore, he is also experienced in meta-analysis and leading of large prospective randomized controlled trials as well as observational trials. He is actively involved in the Fellowship and Resident educational program at the University of Genoa. He served as President of the European Society of Anaesthesiology ESA (2010-2011) and first as Secretary and than as Head of the Respiratory Intensive Care Assembly 2 at the European Respiratory Society. He is member of the Board of International Meetings’ Organizing Committees. He was Editor and/or Co-Editor of several books and scientific issues. He is Author or Co-Author of over 400 medical and scientific peer review papers, 80 book chapters and has lectured in more than 1320 national and international meetings on ventilation management during the perioperative period and on the pathophysiology and treatments of acute respiratory failure. Total IF 1510, H-Index 57 (Scopus). Paolo Pelosi
Paulo Lemos - Portugal
  1. Paulo Alexandre Magalhães Ferreira de Lemos, nascido no Porto, em 1963.
  2. Licenciatura em Medicina pela Faculdade de Medicina da UP, em 1987 (15 valores).
  3. Internato de Anestesiologia concluído em Julho de 1994, no Hospital Geral de Santo António (HGSA), hoje Centro Hospitalar do Porto (CHP), EPE.
  4. Assistente Graduado Sénior de Anestesiologia do CHP, desde Abril de 2008.
  5. Gestor da Consulta Externa de Anestesia do CHP, entre Maio de 1997 e Dezembro de 2008.
  6. Responsável pela Anestesia Ambulatória do CHP, entre Maio de 1997 e Julho de 2011.
  7. Responsável pela Comissão Executiva do Centro Integrado de Cirurgia Ambulatória do CHP, entre Novembro de 2005 e Novembro de 2007.
  8. Responsável pelas Unidades Cuidados Pós-Anestésicas entre Julho 2011 e Dezembro de 2012.
  9. Responsável pela Área de Anestesiologia do Centro Materno-Infantil do Norte (CMIN) do CHP, desde Dezembro de 2012, e pelos Blocos Operatórios do CMIN, desde Setembro de 2014.

  1. Presidente da Associação Portuguesa de Cirurgia Ambulatória (APCA) desde a sua fundação em Setembro de 1998, até Março de 2010, sendo desde essa data Presidente da Mesa da AG.
  2. Membro da Assembleia-Geral da “International Association for Ambulatory Surgery” (IAAS), desde Abril de 1999, e Membro do seu Comité Executivo desde Abril de 2001 até Maio de 2015.
  3. Presidente da IAAS, entre Julho de 2009 e Maio de 2011.
  4. Membro do Subcomité de Anestesia Ambulatória da “European Society of Anaesthesiology” (ESA), entre Julho de 2002 e Julho de 2009.
  5. Representante de Portugal no “Council” da ESA, entre Janeiro de 2006 e Dezembro de 2009.
  6. Presidente de 6 Congressos Nacionais de Cirurgia Ambulatória organizados pela APCA e Secretário-Geral de 4 Cursos Internacionais de Anestesia e Cuidados Intensivos organizados pelo Serviço de Anestesiologia do CHP.
  7. Editor Associado da Revista de Cirurgia Ambulatória: “Revista Portuguesa de Cirurgia Ambulatória”, desde a sua fundação no ano 2000.
  8. Editor-Chefe da IAAS Newsletter entre 2011 e 2013.
  9. Fez parte de vários Grupos de Trabalho de diferentes Órgãos Oficiais do Ministério da Saúde (DGS, IGIF, Unidade de Missão dos Hospitais SA, CNADCA, ACSS) em projectos relacionados com a Anestesiologia e a Cirurgia Ambulatória.
  10. Perito da ACSS para a área da Anestesiologia, desde 2001.
  11. Presidente da Direcção do Colégio de Anestesiologia da Ordem dos Médicos, desde Maio 2012.



  1. Palestrante convidado em mais de 65 Congressos / Reuniões Nacionais e em 30 Internacionais de Anestesia, Cuidados Intensivos, e de Cirurgia Ambulatória.
  2. Editor do Livro Internacional: “Day Surgery. Development and Practice”, publicado pela Clássica Artes Gráficas, Porto, em Abril de 2006 (ISBN: 978-989-20-0234-7).
  3. Autor de cerca de 60 artigos publicados em Revistas Nacionais e Estrangeiras da Especialidade.
  4. Convidado pelos Conselhos de Administração de vários Hospitais Públicos Nacionais para apresentar acções de formação sobre organização de programas de Cirurgia Ambulatória.
  5. Participou em vários Cursos de Formação no âmbito da cirurgia em regime de ambulatório (Train the trainers Courses) em Timisoara (Roménia, 2013), Belgrado (Sérvia, 2013 & 2014), e Zagreb (Croácia, em 2014), organizados pela IAAS sob os auspícios da União Europeia.
  6. Investigador principal de alguns estudos clínicos e económicos multicêntricos europeus, em representação de Instituições Nacionais (CHP, e Administração Regional de Saúde do Norte – ARSN): :
  7. Day Surgery Data Project (DSDP)
  8. Improving Patient Safety of Hospital Care Through Day Surgery (Daysafe Project)
  9. Investigador coordenador nacional do Projecto Multicêntrico Europeu organizado pela ESA:
  10. a) European Practices in the Management of Accidental dural Puncture in Obstetrics (EPiMAP Obstetrics)


  1. Membro honorário da Hungarian Association for Ambulatory Surgery (HAAS) desde 2011.
  2. Distinguido com o prémio anual da Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia (SAMBA) em 2014 pelo trabalho desenvolvido em prole da anestesia ambulatória - Distinguished Service Award - DSA.
  3. Distinguido com Mérito e Honra pela Sociedade Portuguesa de Anestesiologia em Outubro de 2015 pelo prestígio que trouxe para a Anestesiologia Portuguesa.
  4. Membro honorário da Asociación Española de Cirugía Mayor Ambulatoria (ASECMA) desde 2015.


Paolo Pelosi
Pedro Branca - Portugal
 Jun./82 - Diplome Supérieur de Langue Française, após cinco anos de estudo Institut Français de Porto.
Ago./87 - Estágio no Serviço de Cirurgia do Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois - Lausanne, Suíça.
Nov./1988 - Licenciatura em Medicina pela Faculdade de Medicina do Porto.
Nov./88 - Inscrição na Ordem dos Médicos com a Cédula Profissional nº 32488.
Jan./89 - Início do Internato Geral no Hospital Geral de Santo António.
Jul./90 - Conclusão do Internato Geral tendo.
1989 a 1990 - Exerce funções de Monitor na disciplina de Medicina I do Curso de Medicina do Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas Abel Salazar.
Ago. a Dez./90 - Estágio de Psiquiatria no Hospital Magalhães Lemos, Porto.
Jan./91 - Início do Internato Complementar de Anestesiologia no Hospital Geral de Santo António.
1992 a 1993 - Colabora como Monitor em aulas práticas da cadeira de Anestesiologia da Licenciatura em Medicina do Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas de Abel Salazar.
Set. a Dez./93 -Estágio, como observador, no departamento de Anestesiologia do University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinics (UHMC) - Minneapólis.
1995 - Exerce funções de anestesiologia no Hospital Distrital de Mirandela durante quatro semanas.
1995 - À comunicação livre "Choque hipovolémico / Anóxia cerebral: um caso clínico raro", apresentada nas II Jornadas de Anestesia e Cuidados Intensivos-Vila Franca de Xira, foi atríbuido o primeiro prémio.
Fev./96 - Avaliação final do Internato Complementar com a classificação final de 18.8 valores.
Mar./96 - Inscrição no Colégio da Especialidade de Anestesiologia.
Abr./97 - Posse como Assistente de Anestesiologia do Hospital Geral de Santo António.
Jan./01 - Início de funções no Hospital Pedro Hispano-(Unidade Local de Saúde de Matosinhos), após obtenção de licença sem vencimento de longa duração.
Mar./02 - É responsável pela cadeira de Farmacologia e Terapêutica, do Curso de Neurofisiologia da Escola Superior de Tecnologia da Saúde do Porto, durante seis meses.
Maio/03 - Adquire competência em Emergência Médica pela Ordem dos Médicos.
Jun./03 - É nomeado Director do Bloco Operatório do Hospital Pedro Hispano até então
Jun./2010 - Membro da Direcção do Colégio de Anestesiologia da Ordem dos Médicos.

É membro da  Sociedade Portuguesa de Anestesiologia, da  Sociedade Portuguesa de Cuidados Intensivos e da European Society of Anaesthsiologists.

Tem mais 45 trabalhos cíentificos que foram apresentados e/ou publicados, quer em âmbito nacional, quer internacional.
Philipp Lirk - Holanda

Name: Philipp Lirk
Date of birth: February 22nd, 1977
Place of birth: Salzburg, Austria
Citizenship: Austrian
Marital status: Married, 3 children
Native language: German
Foreign languages: English, Dutch, French (Expert), Italian (Basic)
Van Breestraat 91/2, 1071ZH Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: +31 20 2213 555

Work experience
08/2010 – Present: Attending Anesthesiologist, Dept. of Anaesthesiology, Academic Medical Center (AMC), University of Amsterdam, NL:
- Responsible for Regional Anesthesia services
- Academic exchange programs (NYU, UNF)
- Coordinator „Big Data“: Participation with MPOG, ASPIRE, AQI


06/2011 – 06/2016: Visiting Associate Professor, Brooks College of Health, University of North Florida, Jacksonville FL, USA:
- Teaching in educational program for Nurse Anesthesia
- Coordinator, Academic exchange program AMC – UNF


11/2002 – 07/2010: Resident in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, University Hospital Innsbruck, Austria
06/2003 – 09/2004: Research Fellow, Dept. of Anesthesiology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI, USA


Full Curriculum Vitae

Philipp Lirk
Rosário Orfão - Portugal

 1984 - Licenciatura em Medicina, na Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade do Porto.
Inscrição na Ordem dos Médicos com o número 29042.
1985 -1986 - Internato Geral da Carreira Médica Hospitalar no Hospital de São João no
1987 -1990 - Internato de Anestesiologia nos Hospitais da Universidade de Coimbra
1991 - Exame Final de Internato Complementar em Janeiro.
1991 - Exame da Ordem dos Médicos em Junho e Inscrição no Colégio de Anestesiologia.
1991 - Diploma Europeu de Anestesiologia –Parte I em Setembro.
1993 - Provimento como Assistente Hospitalar nos HUC.
1991 - 1998 - Assistente de Anestesiologia nos HUC.
1997 – Provas Públicas para Consultor da Carreira Médica Hospitalar.
1998 -2004 – Consultor da Carreira Médica Hospitalar nos HUC.
2004 – Concurso público para Chefe de Serviço (Assistente Graduado Senior) nos HUC.
2004 - 2015 - Assistente Graduado Senior de Anestesiologia dos HUC, funções que ainda
exerce no Centro Hospitalar e Universitário de Coimbra.
2012-2013 -Pós Graduação em Economia e Gestão de Serviços de Saúde na
Universidade do Porto
2013 -Competência em Gestão de Serviços de Saúde
1990 -2016 –Atividade assistencial preferencialmente ligada à Neuroanestesiologia.
Implementação, organização e coordenação da Anestesia em vários programas de
impacto em saúde pública como Cirurgia da Epilepsia (inicio em 1997), Anestesia e
Cirurgia dos movimentos anormais (inicio em 2003) e Cirurgia Precoce de Aneurismas
(inicio em 2004)
2002 - 2011 - Coordenação da formação dos Internos de Anestesiologia dos HUC e zona
2009 – Implementação do projeto de Cirurgia Segura Salva Vidas – Checklist,
inicialmente no âmbito da Sociedade Portuguesa de Anestesiologia;
em 2010 como team leader do projeto dos HUC, promovido pelo Conselho de
Administração e Gabinete de Qualidade.
2014 – Integração do Grupo de Coordenação Nacional do projeto –“Cirurgia Segura Salva Vidas” promovido pelo Gabinete de Qualidade da Direção Geral de Saúde (DGS).
2015 – Integra Grupo de Trabalho responsável pela revisão da Rede Nacional e de Referenciação de Anestesiologia, nomeado pelo Gabinete do Secretário de Estado Adjunto
do Ministro da Saúde pelo Despacho n.º 6769-A/2015
Frequentou vários cursos de formação contínua sobre vários temas com maior incidência nas seguintes áreas: Neurociências, Ensino da Especialidade, Formação Contínua, Segurança e Anestesiologia, Qualidade em Saúde, Gestão em Anestesiologia, Gestão para executivos hospitalares – Reconhecimento da Qualidade, Building Capacity to Improve Patient Safety.
Esteve presente em 35 reuniões científicas internacionais, organizadas por Associações europeias e mundiais de Anestesiologia, onde participou também como palestrante.
Participou em cerca de 94 reuniões científicas em Portugal.
Integrou as Comissões de Organização e Cientifica de diversos Cursos e Congressos
Revisora das comunicações científicas ao congresso da Sociedade Portuguesa de Anestesiologia (SPA), 2007 -2014.
Publicou 35 trabalhos científicos de Anestesiologia em revistas nacionais e estrangeira, dos quais destaca os seguintes:
“Total Intravenous anesthesia for epilepsy surgery and intraoperative mapping of eloquent areas”
MR Órfão, S Batista, J Marcos, AL Craveiro
“Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology”, supplement, vol 14, nº 3, Julho 2002
“Factor VII deficiency and epilepsy surgery- anesthetic management”
S Batista, R Santos, MR Órfão, AL Craveiro
European Journal of Anesteshiology, vol 20, Supplement 30, 2003
“Epilepsy Surgery and intraoperative mapping of eloquent areas- the role of the anaesthesiologist”
S.Beirão,M.Martins, R.Orfão
Post Graduate Assembly in Anaesthesiology, New York, Dezembro 2002.
Tem 123 apresentações em Congressos e Reuniões Cientificas de Anestesiologia, como comunicação livre e a convite. Retrospective study of last Nine Years of Anesthesia for Epilepsy Surgery
M.Paiva, L.Conceição, M.Azenha, R.Órfão
EuroNeuro, Istambul 2014,
Anesthesia for Intraoperative Mapping of Eloquent areas M.Paiva, L.Conceição, M.Azenha, R.Órfão
EuroNeuro, Istambul 2014,
1989 - 2004 - Membro fundador do Centro Regional Português da Fundação Europeia de Ensino da Anestesiologia – (FEEA).
2004 - 2015 – Diretora do Centro Português da FEEA/CEEA - Comité Europeu de Ensino de Anestesiologia da ESA –European Society of Anesthesiology
2011-2013 e 2014- 2016 – Integra o Conselho Cientifico do CEEA – a nível mundial.
2003 – 2013 - Membro da Direção da Sociedade Portuguesa de Anestesiologia.
2010 –Presidente da Comissão Cientifica do Congresso Anual da SPA dedicado à Segurança em Anestesiologia
2014- 2016 – Presidente da Sociedade Portuguesa de Anestesiologia
2008 - 2015 – Examinadora do Diploma Europeu de Anestesiologia.
2014 – 2015 - Membro ativo da NASC - National Association Societies Comitee da ESA
1992 - 2011 - Integrou vários júris de Avaliação de Anestesiologistas para obtenção do título de Especialista, em Portugal e noutros países da Europa.
2005 e 2010 - Integrou e presidiu a júris para atribuição do título de Consultor em Portugal.
2012 - 2015 – Integrou e integra Júris para atribuição do título de Assistente Graduado Sénior.
Tom G. Hansen - Dinamarca
Education: MD from Odense University; June 1987, Specialist in Anaesthesia & Intensive Care;
November 1995: PhD (Pharmacology) from University of Southern Denmark; June 2002

Current Positions: Consultant Paediatric Anaesthetist and Head of Paediatric Anaesthesia, Odense
University Hospital, Denmark since March 2002. Clinical Director for the Neonatal Retrieval
Service for the Region of Southern Denmark since April 2007, Associate Professor in Paediatric
Anaesthesiology & Intensive Care, University of Southern Denmark since April 2011, Royal
External Examiner in Pharmacology, Copenhagen University since 2003.

Research Interests: Paediatric Anaesthetic Pharmacology, Neurotoxicity of Anaesthetics and the
Developing Brain, Outcome following Paediatric Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Neonatal

Scientific Activities: Author of 80+ Scientific Papers in peer reviewed Journals, 50+ abstracts, and
40+ Oral Presentations/Posters. Invited Speaker at 50+ National and International Meetings.
Co-Editor of 2 books, and Author of 30 book chapters.
Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal: Paediatric Anaesthesia.
Reviewer: Anesthesia & Analgesia, British Journal of Anaesthesia, British Medical Journal,
Pediatrics, Archives of Disease in Childhood, European Journal of Anaesthesiology, Journal of
Neurosurgical Anesthesiology, Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica, Paediatric Anaesthesia,
British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, Paediatric Drugs and the Danish Medical Journal.

Professional activities: Steering Committee (SC) Member and one of the founders of the
Scandinavian Training Program in Paediatric Anaesthesia and Intensive Care; 2002-2010, Treasurer
of the SC 2002-2005; and Chairman of the SC; 2005-2010.
Member of the Executive Board of the European Society for Paediatric Anaesthesiology (ESPA)
since June 2010; Since 2012 Chairman of ESPA’s Scientific Committee. Member of
Subcommittee-5 (Paediatric Anaesthesia and Intensive Care) of the European Society of
Anaesthesiology (ESA) since January 2012. Member of the EuroSTAR under ESA since 2012-, cochairman
of EuroSTAR since May 2015.

Academic supervisory Principal advisor of 5 master thesis and 4 PhD theses and member of
work: the Assessment Committee for 6 PhDs and 8 postdocs.


Tom G. Hansen

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