EMEUNET is growing and we now have a Liaison for every European country. Country Liaisons contribute to the spread of EMEUNET. With their help we hope to reach the vast majority of young rheumatologists and researchers across Europe.
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Country Liaison Activities
EMEUNET promoted in Croatia
Marija Andrassy, the EMEUNET Country Liaison for Croatia, and Ivan Padjen, EMEUNET Working Group member, organized a meeting of young rheumatologists in Zagreb. The advantages of EMEUNET for education, networking and research were presented to many young rheumatologists and residents from all Croatia, including colleagues from other departments.
Promotion of EMEUNET in Germany
EMEUNET was actively promoted in Germany by our Country Liasion Johanna Mucke. Johanna promoted EMEUNET to young fellows in Germany in a recent workshop in January 2018. This workshop was organized by the rheumadocs, an association of young german rheumatologists.
EMEUNET promoted at the Forum for Young Rheumatologists
Zsolt Mangel, the Country Liasion for Hungary, promoted EMEUNET at the MRE Forum for Young Rheumatologists. About one hundred young residents and rheumatologists under 40 years from Hungary attended the meeting, where a presentation about EMEUNET was organized, with special regard to the benefits of membership and international researches.
EMEUNET promoted during a national joint meeting in Moldova
EMEUNET was promoted in Moldova during a national event organized by the Society in Internal Medicine from Moldova, Society of Internal Medicine from Romania and Romanian Society of Rheumatology. Our Country Liaison for Moldova, Victoria Sadovici-Bobeica presented a poster about EMEUNET and distributed flyers to young participants during the coffee breaks.
EMEUNET introduced to Portuguese Fellows
The Country Liasion for Portugal, Flávio Costa, promoted EMEUNET during the 1st course to 2nd year Portuguese Fellows. It was an initiative designed and organized by the fellows, with the sponsorship of the Sociedade Portuguesa de Reumatologia. All the fellows from the second and third year (19 residents) participated in the course.
EMEUNET advertised in The Netherlands
Our Country Liaison for The Netherlands, Marlies van der Goes, promoted EMEUNET during the national congress of the Dutch Society for Rheumatology. She joined the “young rheumatologists” corner and spread some flyers about EMEUNET.