European Trauma Society (ETS)
Europäische Gesellschaft für Unfallchirurgie
1998. Also referred to as European Society for Traumatology. Registered in accordance with Dutch law. Merged with European Association for Trauma and Emergency Surgery (EATES) to form European Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery (ESTES), May 2007.
Further traumatology in general and disseminate interest in, and knowledge of, traumatology in particular.Available with paid subscription only.
Acts as an umbrella organization for national societies; furthers contacts and cooperation with other organizations whose objects and/or activities are relevant to traumatology; stimulates and coordinates scientific research. Organizes: European Trauma Congress (every 2 years); scientific meetings.
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