Interactive Experts Exchange (IEE)


The IEE sessions are divided in 3 differents parts

Part 1: Introduction – 50 minutes

The moderator introduces the topics and audience answers 10 open questions during an initial voting session (Traditional green/red cards for yes/no, agree/disagree audience voting). Speakers present evidence linked to the questions addressed as a theoretical symposium.

Part 2: Discussion – 15/ 20 minutes per speaker, according to total length of the session/breaks

The speakers bring cases associated to each question initially raised and promote the audience input by leading the discussion under  the question “What would you do?”

Part 3: Summary – 60 minutes

Each speaker presents his conclusions and a second voting session  is held. The moderator and the speakers conduct the closure discussion based on the voting results.
The aim is to allow high involvement of experts with a very specific expertise and to analyse the evolution and changes in the medical opinion of a target audience. It could be associated with a “closed” discussion within a small group of surgeons in a more informal setup.

  • Please consult the programme section for details on scheduled sessions and topics.
  • Primary target attendees: Confirmed specialists and senior consultants.
  • Registration: Pre-registration is mandatory and is available within the main congress registration process.
  • Max. capacity: 100 participants on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The IEE are extra paying sessions with a maximum of 100 participants registered. Each session is 3 hours or 3.5 hours long (including breaks).

The Programmes available for download are a preliminary version of the sessions, subject to minor changes.

Download the IEE Preliminary Programme (PDF document – 1 page – 54kb)Download the IEE Preliminary Programme (PDF document – 1 page – 54kb)Download the IEE Preliminary Programme (PDF document – 1 page – 54kb)

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16th EFORT Congress 2015 Prague, CZ | 27-29 May
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Key dates

Abstract submission & registration open
15 September 2014
Abstract submission closed on
15 November 2014
Confirmation of abstract acceptance
16 January 2015
Early registration deadline
16 February 2015
Advanced programme available
01 March 2015
On-site rates apply
01 May 2015