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Digital ILC 2020 Abstract Book

Download the Digital ILC 2020 Abstract Book to get access to the latest science from the liver community.

Digital ILC available on demand

Registration for the Digital ILC 2020 is open until 31 December 2020. All content is available on demand exclusively to registered delegates.

Here are the steps to access the on demand content:

1. If you were registered for the Digital ILC 2020 from 27 to 20 August, please use your credentials to log in and access the on demand content on the platform. Access the on demand content.

2. If you were not register and you wish to access the on demand, please register for the event. Use this link to register for Digital ILC 2020 . Once registered, you will be able to access all the on demand content on the platform.

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Digital ILC continues with the EASL Takeaways

View the Digital ILC 2020 programme by track specialty

We have designed the scientific programme of the Digital ILC 2020 following our 6 EASL tracks. Click on each image below to see the dedicated sessions and presentations for each track.

general hepatology EASL track
viral hepatitis EASL track
metabolism alcohol toxicity EASL track

Dedicated day for nurses & AHPs during The Digital ILC 2020

On 29 August nurses and Allied Health Professionals have an entire day dedicated for them at The Digital International Liver Congress™ 2020, including the Nurses & AHPs Forum, poster tours, and oral presentations. The EASL dedicated Nurses and AHPs Task Force will be chairing a large part of the events on this day, so it will be a lovely opportunity to interact with them.

See the programme for nurses & AHPs.

Nurses abstracts for ILC 2020

Browse 2019 resources

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