Liver Intensive Care Group of Europe

The Liver Intensive Care Group of Europe (LICAGE) was founded in 1987 by Dr JV Farman, an anaesthetist who worked in Cambridge with Professor Sir Roy Calne on the first liver transplants.

Liver Intensive Care Group of Europe

The Liver Intensive Care Group of Europe (LICAGE) was founded in 1987 by Dr JV Farman, an anaesthetist who worked in Cambridge with Professor Sir Roy Calne on the first liver transplants.

History

The Liver Intensive Care Group of Europe (LICAGE) was founded in 1987 by Dr JV Farman, an anaesthetist who worked in Cambridge with Professor Sir Roy Calne on the first liver transplants.

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Meetings

The group holds meetings each year in different European cities. Every third year, LICAGE collaborates with ILTS and ELITA to hold a joint Congress.

Events
Commitment

LICAGE is committed to education, and in addition to holding state of the art courses in perioperative care of liver transplant recipients, has developed LiTAC, a web-based learning resource.

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Membership

Reduced registration fees at meetings, twice yearly newsletter, access to forums, access to research group, educational material.

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Featured Updates

19Sep2019
LICAGE 2019
19 September 2019 at Royal Society of Edinburgh

The 24th Annual Meeting of LICAGE

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