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Professor Aleš RYŠKA
ESP President

Dear ESP member
Dear Colleague,

Thank you for going virtual with us again.

Another 3 eventful pathology days have come to an end, filled with 96 live sessions. 2,718 participants from 94 countries went virtual with us.

Our exhibitors would love to welcome you at their booths even after the congress. The virtual exhibition will be open until 12 September 2021.

The Virtual ECP was accredited with 18 European CME credits.
You can request your certificates online. To obtain credits, the ESP requires feedback on its educational activities. Therefore, we kindly ask the delegates to complete an evaluation form when claiming their certificates. Kindly note, that certificates may only be issued from 1 September until 30 November 2021.

All scientific sessions and industry symposia will be available for 3 months via the congress website. So, if you missed sessions, no worries, you have plenty of time left to browse through all content.

Delegates who need a presentation certificate are kindly requested to claim it by sending an email including presentation codes (e.g. PS-01-001) to ecp-gothenburg@cpo-hanser.de.

We are now looking forward to welcoming you at next year’s ECP in Basel, Switzerland hopefully face to face.

ESP Vision and Mission Statement
Vision: Excellence in pathology for optimal patient care.
Mission: As the leading force in European pathology, the European Society of Pathology (ESP) promotes high quality pathology diagnosis for all patients, up-to-date education across Europe and support cutting-edge research to understand disease and translate science into clinical practice. 


Virchows Archiv
 

Virchows Archiv (European Journal of Pathology) is the Official Journal of the ESP.

The Journal is edited by an editorial committee composed of an Editor in Chief, who is appointed by the Executive Committee, and Associate Editors, who are selected by the Editor in Chief.

The mission of the Journal is to advance the scientific basis of human pathology by the publication of high quality research, including molecular and translational studies, and thereby contribute to patient care.