Eurospine 2020

6–9 October, Virtual Annual Meeting


The EUROSPINE Annual Meeting is recognised internationally as a premier event in the world of spine, attracting approx. 3,500 spine specialists yearly from around the globe. Known for its rich scientific content and educational sessions, animated debates, industry workshops and presentations on the latest technical innovations, delegates have the opportunity to exchange ideas with the greatest minds in spine today. EUROSPINE 2020 promises to deliver all this and more in a 4-day ‘virtual’ congress (EACCME accredited) from 6–9 October.

What can you expect?
  • Content: Top-quality scientific programme incl. all oral abstracts accepted for 2020 in Vienna
  • Engagement: Live debates, interactive discussions and Q&A sessions
  • Charisma: Exclusive industry workshops featuring acclaimed invited speakers
  • Innovation: A digital industry exhibition with face-to-face video presentations on the latest products and technologies and flexible scheduling options
  • Convenience: Time zone friendly agenda – join in when it fits your schedule

How is EUROSPINE 2020 different from other virtual spine meetings?
The EUROSPINE 2020 Annual Meeting is not a webinar. It is a full, interactive platform that will make you feel as though you are attending the meeting in person. Sit in on our scientific presentations, learn from eminent spine specialists, participate in Qs & As and visit our virtual exhibition.
Detailed Programme
We are very pleased to share with you the full scientific programme (as per 30 June 2020) showcasing latest research in the spinal field.
EUROSPINE decided to provide the entire programme twice a day to include all time zones and to give everybody the same chance to collect CME credits. So you can take part wherever you are in the world or even participate without closing your practice.
Main Topics
  • Basic science: biology
  • Basic science: biomechanics
  • Craniocervical junction (all pathologies)
  • Degenerative (cervical)
  • Degenerative (thoracolumbar)
  • Trauma (whole spine)
  • Tumour (whole spine)
  • Infection (whole spine)
  • Adult deformity (whole spine)
  • Growing spine
  • Intradural spinal pathologies
  • New techniques
  • Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS)
  • Diagnostics and imaging
  • Non-operative treatment
  • Complications & patient safety
  • Epidemiology and medical economics
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