We would like to invite you to the 25th Wintermeeting and liver course of the Belgian Association for the Study of the Liver (BASL). Due to COVID-19 measures this event will be hosted online 4 december 2020. The program of this year promises to be exciting. We are proud to welcome different national and international speakers on diverse topics in Hepatology, such as new insights in portal hypertension, surgery in cirrotic patients, management of patients with acute on chronic liver failure and interesting clinical cases. We are sure you will find these topics most interesting for your own daily practice.
How to register for this virtual meeting?
- For BASL members who already registered for the physical meeting and paid their membership fees:
Please login at the BASL website with your account. Go to the button meeting registration and confirm again your presence for the virtual meeting.
- For BASL members who already paid their membership fees, but had not yet registered for the meeting:
Please login at the BASL website with your account. Go to the button meeting registration and confirm your presence for the virtual meeting. (if problems with your account send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org)
- For non-members:
Registration as a member will give you access to the virtual meeting. Go to the website www.basl.be, click on the button register (regular registration (75 euro) or trainee registration (25 euro)). After receiving your payment, your account will be activated by our secretary and confirmed by email. Please login at the BASL website with this account. Proceed then to the meeting registration button and confirm your presence for it. In case of any problems with registration, please contact email@example.com
A few days before the meeting, you will receive a personal login to follow the virtual meeting.
We hope to welcome you at our BASL virtual wintermeeting and liver course.
On behalf of BASL and yBASL steering committee,
Anja Geerts, president BASL, Sergio Negrin-Dastis, secretary BASL
Antonella Putignano and Rob Bielen, young BASL