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Switzerland : 6
Netherlands : 1
Turkey : 2

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  1. Prof. Dr. med. Robert Greif, MME, FERC (Inselspital )
  2. Assoc. Prof. Dr. med. Lorenz Theiler (Inselspital )
  3. Dr. med. Hans Huitnik (VU University Medical Center )
  4. Assoc. Prof. Dr. med. Georges Savoldelli (Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève )
  5. Dr. med. Patrick Schoettker (Centre hospitalier universitaire vaudois )
  6. Dr. med. Maren Kleine-Brüggeney (Inselspital )
  7. Sabine Nabecker (Inselspital )
  8. Assoc. Prof. Dr. med. Ayten Saracoglu
    (Istanbul Bilim University Medical School )
  9. Assoc. Prof. Dr. med. Kemal Tolga Saracoglu
    (Istanbul Bilim University Medical School )

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Prof. Dr. med. Robert Greif, MME, FERC

Prof. Dr. med. Robert Greif, MME, FERCAfter studying medicine at the University of Vienna, Austria, Dr. Greif specialized in anaesthesiology and intensive care medicine. Following a post-doc research fellowship at UCSF-San Francisco, CA, he became an associate professor at the Medical University of Vienna in 2002.

In 2004 he was recruited to the University Hospital Bern, Switzerland; and promoted to professor at the University of Bern in 2009. Beside his engagement in clinical anaesthesia and patient care his research focuses on airway management, resuscitation and medical education. He is one of the founders of the Difficult Airway Research Collaboration (DARC).

Currently he serves as the Board Director of Training and Education for the European Resuscitation Council, as member of the European Society of Anaesthesiology’s Academy and the e-Lerning committee, as director of the resident training commission of the Swiss Anesthesia Society, as vice-president of the Cantonal Ethics Commission Bern, as chair of the sub-commission Master of Medicine Program, and member of the curriculum committee Master of Medical Education Program, both Medical Faculty University of Bern, and as president-elect of the European Airway Management Society.

He is the current Editor-in Chief of Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care, Elsevier. He lectures and teaches courses about medical teaching, faculty development and airway management, at international conferences, several Universities in Europe, and at the th year OSCE and leads the faculty development program of the academic teaching staff at the University Hospital Bern medical students and residents. There he is in charge of the 5 medical faculty of the University of Bern.

At the Department of Anaesthesiology and Pain Medicine, Prof. Greif is member of the board of directors managing the “Peripheral Anaesthesia Division”, and directing the Medical Education Division including the Bern Simulation and CPR-Center (BeSiC).

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PD Dr. med. Lorenz Theiler

PD Dr. med. Lorenz Theiler

Lorenz Theiler, born in 1974 in Lucerne, completed his medical studies in Berne, Switzerland in 2000. Being trained as an anesthesiologist in the Regional Hospital of Lucerne and the University Hospital of Berne, he became board certified in 2008. In 2009, he moved to Miami, FL, USA where he worked as Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at the Miller School of Medicine, Jackson Medical Center, Miami, FL from 2010 to 2012. Dr. Theiler re-joined the medical faculty of Berne in 2012. Since 2014 he is Head of the Division of Ambulatory Anesthesia and Head of the Division of Anesthesia for Emergency Medicine and Prehospital Medicine at the University Hospital of Bern.

He has a strong interest in Airway Management and published numerous studies on the subject. Other research interests include the pharmacogenetic properties of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and its role in the prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting.

He is the co-founder of D.A.R.C. and continues his research studies on airway management as well as his commitment in teaching airway management at various workshops, international meetings and as a regular lecturer at the University of Bern. He is also member of the ESA scientific subcommittee 10, Resuscitation, Emergency Medicine and Trauma and he is the Swiss Council Member for the European Airway Management Society EAMS. He is also responsible for the annual workshop on airway management at the ESA annual assembly. He is section editor on airway management for Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care and reviewer for multiple other journals.  Apart from airway management, he enjoys hiking and skiing in the Swiss Alps where he will be found on most weekends during winter.

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Hans Huitnik, MD

Dr. med. Hans HuitnikUpon completion of his medical study at the VU University Medical Center in 1995 Johannes Huitink obtained a PhD in cardiology at the same medical center in the same year. He completed his anesthesiology training at the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam in 2001. In 2001 he became staff anesthesiologist at the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine at the Netherlands Cancer Institute – Antoni van Leeuwenhoek hospital in Amsterdam, where he specialized in cancer anesthesia. There he combined clinical work in the operating rooms and intensive care unit with clinical and translational research.

In 2007 he moved to Australia and worked as a consultant at the Department of Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine of Western Health in Melbourne. In 2008 he joined the staff of the Department of Anesthesiology at VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam, where he currently works and combines clinical work with teaching and research. He is head of the VUmc Airway Management Research Group with the aim to stimulate innovation in that field and increase patient safety.

He has published many papers and is author or co-author of medical books within his fields of interest. He is an expert in difficult airway management, neuroanaesthesia including asleep-awake-asleep procedures, high fidelity medical simulation, air medical patient transportation and anaesthesia for cancer patients. He is course director, instructor and guest faculty for several national and international advanced airway management courses.

He is founder of the Airway Management Academy. He is member of the International Advisory Board of Anaesthesia Journal. When not working you can find him in the water chasing wind and waves around the world.

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PD Dr. med. Georges Savoldelli

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Dr. med. Patrick Schoettker

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Dr. med. Maren Kleine-BrüggeneyDr. med. Maren Kleine-Brüggeney

After studying medicine at the University of Witten/ Herdecke in Germany, Maren Kleine-Brueggeney specialized in anaesthesia at the University Hospital in Bern and at the Spital Region Oberaargau in Langenthal, Switzerland.

She worked as a research fellow at the University Hospital of Bern in Switzerland, where she obtained her medical doctoral degree. Her main research interests are clinical airway management, postoperative nausea and vomiting and coagulation. She also worked as a senior research fellow at the University of Washington in Seattle/ USA, where she studied the biological effects and the signaling pathways of the Alpha1a Adrenoreceptor.

Dr. Kleine-Brueggeney is an instructor for Advanced Life Support (ALS) and an instructor candidate for European Paediatric Life Support (EPLS) of the European Resuscitation Council, lectures and teaches medical students at the University of Bern and instructs at airway management courses.

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Sabine Nabecker

Sabine NabeckerAfter graduating from the Medical University of Vienna, Austria in 2013, Sabine Nabecker came to the University Hospital of Bern (Inselspital) for her doctoral thesis at the Department of Anaesthesiology and Pain management under the supervision of Associate Professor Dr. med. Lorenz Theiler and Professor Dr. med. Robert Greif, MME, FERC.

She is currently resident at an emergency department in Bern. Her specialization goal is emergency medicine, anaesthesiology and intensive care medicine. In addition she is currently instructor candidate for the Advanced Life Support Course and the European Trauma Course of the European Resuscitation Council.

Besides her clinical education she is planning to pursue an academic career in medical education and simulation in acute care medicine focusing on resuscitation, airway management and trauma.

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. med. Ayten Saracoglu

Following her study in medicine at the University of Gazi, Ankara, Turkey Dr. Ayten Saracoglu specialized in anaesthesiology and reanimation at Istanbul Marmara University School of Medicine.

Following an observer fellowship at Jena University, Germany, she became an assistant professor at the Medical University of Istanbul Bilim in 2012. In 2015 she was promoted to associate professor at the same University. Currently she serves as coordinator of Simulation Center of Istanbul Bilim University Medical School, educator in Asian Society of Pediatric Anesthesiologists (ASPA), board member in Heart Transplantation Scientific Committee of Istanbul Bilim University, Fetoscopic Surgery Scientific Committee of Istanbul Bilim University, active member and instructor in ‘’Give Life a Hand Campaign’’ of Turkish Resuscitation Council, founder member and educator in Department of Simulation and Technology of SENATURK Academic Collaboration.

She lectures and teaches courses about airway management and resuscitation at international conferences, several centers both in Europe and Asia, and at the University Hospital Istanbul Bilim medical students and residents.

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. med. Kemal Tolga Saracoglu

After his study in medicine at Istanbul University School of Medicine, Turkey Dr. Kemal Tolga Saracoglu specialized in anaesthesiology and reanimation at Istanbul Marmara University School of Medicine.

Following an observer fellowship at Jena University, Germany, he became an assistant professor at Istanbul Marmara Medical University in 2012. In 2015 he was promoted to associate professor at Istanbul Bilim University Medical School. He is the founder member and educator of Turkish Society of Anesthesiology and Reanimation Subcommittee Airway Management. He is chairman and founder member of Simulation and Technology Department SENATURK Academic Collaboration. Currently he serves as coordinator of Simulation Center of Istanbul Bilim University Medical School, board member in Heart Transplantation Scientific Committee of Istanbul Bilim University, Fetoscopic Surgery Scientific Committee of Istanbul Bilim University, active member and instructor in ‘’Give Life a Hand Campaign’’ of Turkish Resuscitation Council, educator in Asian Society of Pediatric Anesthesiologists (ASPA).

He lectures and teaches courses about resuscitation and airway management at international conferences, several centers both in Europe and Asia, and at the University Hospital Istanbul Bilim medical students and residents.

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