To celebrate the 50th anniversary of EASL, the Young Investigator Concerted Action Group (YI-CAG) is proud to introduce a new yearly award specifically dedicated for young fellows.
Article written by Newcastle MEP Jude Kirton-Darling after she met with EASL Scientific Committee member Dr Helen Louise Reeves, other NE hepatologists and EASL EU Director of Public Affairs, Fiona Godfrey in Newcastle, UK, recently.
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LiverTree™

Liver Tree portal

The official e-learning portal of EASL - free access to EASL members!

LiverTree™ is a one stop educational website, featuring the most advanced search tool in the field of liver research and assessed by liver experts.

This new educational platform centralizes and organizes thousands of EASL educational materials published over the past eight years. It offers a wide range of educational content, including webcasts of selected EASL courses and conferences, accredited courses, eSeries, case studies, learning quizzes, video podcasts, documents, congress materials and much more. It includes eLearning components such as accredited courses (UEMS) and genuine breakthrough concepts in online education that will change the way hepatologists query and retrieve accurate information within EASL lectures. LiverTree™ also features a large number of interactive Learning Quizzes where answers are instantly supported by sections of lectures covering the topic.

On the landing page of the platform, EASL members are exposed to a patent pending concept that provides them with the ability to instantly find and retrieve 100% accurate and precise portions of lectures without the need for first time users to enter any keyword. The assessed Hepatology Tree, has over 1500 branches already and is still growing.

The LiverTree™ is available for all EASL members and can be accessed with the EASL member log in details.



 

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