Welcome Notes

DEAR  COLLEAGUES,

For over more than one decade societies of three Baltic states has continued to bring new, innovative, challenging, stimulating and mind-stretching techniques for the ongoing education of anaesthesiologists. As our specialty has grown so has our meetings. We would like to broaden our horizons and draw more participants from other countries.

On behalf of the Lithuanian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care I would like to welcome you to the 9th International Baltic Congress of Anaesthesiology, Intensive care and Pain Management  in Vilnius, Lithuania on 25th – 27th of  October 2018.

We welcome you to come and learn with us and share your experiences and those of your fellow practitioners and scientists in the heart of Vilnius.  The objective of the congress is to present up-to-date clinical and scientific information that will help to advance your clinical practice and patient care skills. During the congress we plan to provide broad range of topics and permit a fine balance between theoretical and practical information, you will be able to gain insights, exchange the ideas with experts and participants from different countries.

The technical and scientific exhibits, poster presentations will allow you to see and examine the latest research, techniques, equipment, pharmaceuticals and anaesthesia, intensive care and pain management related products and services. Presenters and industry exhibitors will be on hand to talk to you.

In between and after the lectures and sessions I hope that you will also take time to enjoy social program and some of Vilnius unsurpassed attractions. The congress will take place in Radisson Blue Hotel Lietuva – a conference hotel situated on the bank of the River Neris in the center of Vilnius, only a 10-minute walk to the medieval old town.

Bring your intellect, bring your soul and enjoy the delights of the 9th International Baltic Congress of Anaesthesiology, Intensive care and Pain Management and the wonders of Vilnius at this meeting.

Sincerely yours,

Jūratė Šipylaitė
President of Lithuanian Society Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care