esanum, as Singapore Hepatology Conference 2021 digital media partner, chats with Conference President Prof. Seng Gee Lim about the virtual international conference on the prevention and treatment of liver diseases. The virtual conference for medical professionals interested in this field takes place from 31 May to 4 June 2021. All physicians can register for the live stream of the five-day webinar programme offered by esanum.
esanum, the social network for physicians, invites our members to the Singapore Hepatology Conference! For the first time, esanum will be a digital media partner to showcase the international congress on liver disease. The conference is a premier meeting that provides clinically-oriented updates for healthcare professionals on the prevention and treatment of liver disease. This year's online conference takes place from 31 May to 4 June. As part of the partnership, esanum will livestream the entire conference webinars over five days, with broadcasts taking place between 13:30 and 15:30 (CET) each day. All physicians in the hepatology and liver community are invited to register for these webinars on esanum's dedicated conference news page.
The congress features short and in-depth webinars presenting clinical updates, case studies and discussions. Following the webinars, there will be extensive Q&A sessions where participants can interact in real time with the experts and discuss questions on new biomarkers, functional cures or current controversies on hepatitis B virus (HBV).
The first webinar (31 May) will focus on chronic hepatitis B, followed by hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) on 1 June, advanced liver disease on 2 June, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) on 3 June, and a special session on 4 June on priority topics in hepatology that will include SHC 2021 closing remarks by conference chair Prof Seng Gee Lim.
esanum is proud to offer this webinar series as a livestream from Singapore and hopes to see you at this state-of-the-art online meeting on the latest medical topics in hepatology. You can find the livestream and more information about the Singapore Hepatology Conference 2021 here!