It is our great pleasure to warmly welcome all Europen and other international scientists to the 26th Conference of the European Sleep Research Society, which will open its doors in Athens on the 27th of September 2022, hosted by the Hellenic Society of Hypnology. The Congress, following the difficult period of a pandemic that barred international travel and prevented scientists from sharing their experience and progress in meetings in person, is expected to bring us together once again and to facilitate exchange of ideas and knowledge in a manner that will promote science and will bond further the scientific community by face to face interaction.

We trust that the scope of the programme, which encompasses the whole field of sleep medicine, from basic science to psychiatry, to psychology, to neurology, to pulmonology, to surgical and oral procedures, to technological aspects, to subjects on the relation of sleep to law and regulations, will serve the subject in a mostly comprehensive way and benefit both the discussants as well as the audience who will attend. Before closing, we would like to thank you for coming to our city, to wish you all a joyful and scientifically satisfactory experience, and to also wish that you will enjoy your time in our country. The hospitality by the officers and members of the Hellenic Society of Hypnology, as well as the great venue in the centre of Athens where the Congress will take place, assure that you will certainly have a really memorable time while with us. Looking forward to welcoming you in Athens.



The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma was conceived during the meetings of the Western Surgical Association and Southern Surgical Association in December 1937. The 14 founders who were present at one or both of these meetings invited another 68 surgeons to a Founding Members meeting in San Francisco on June 14, 1938, and the first official meeting of the AAST was held in May 1939 in Hot Springs, Virginia.

Since its inception, the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma was established to further the study and practice of traumatic surgery in its various departments, in the United States and Canada.



The ISSS holds international scientific meetings that enable surgeons from around the world to discuss advances in sleep surgery and to share their research findings. These meetings have provided the foundation for ongoing ISSS research initiatives that will help patients with snoring or obstructive sleep apnea and the surgeons who care for them.

The International Surgical Sleep Society is dedicated to the education and study of sleep medicine. The ISSS maintains the following objectives:

  1. to educate its members in the surgical treatment of sleep disorders;

  2. to educate the public on the surgical treatment of sleep disorders;

  3. to hold regular meetings of sleep surgeons to share experiences, promote cooperation, and facilitate research on the diagnosis and surgical treatment of sleep disorders;

  4. to educate other medical specialties about the surgical treatment of sleep disorders; and

  5. to promote research on the surgical treatment of sleep disorders.

We are restarting the annual ISSS meeting in Philidelphia. Due to COVID and potential international travel restrictions this will be a hybrid event. Those who cannot make it will have access to live streaming and review of presentations after the event.


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