Welcome

The European Shock Society

The mission of the European Shock Society:

The primary objective of the European Shock Society is to advance understanding of the pathophysiology and to improve treatment of shock, trauma and sepsis and/or allied disciplines.

The aforementioned shall be achieved by:

  • Promoting basic and clinical sciences and encouraging the exchange of knowledge and ideas via scientific meetings and conferences, newsletters and/or personal communication among ESS members and beyond.
  • Encouraging professional education and mentoring of the young investigators in the field of shock, trauma, and sepsis.


Join the ESS Members' Database

Dear ESS members,

please kindly pay your ESS membership for 2014/15. Currently, a fixed 2-year membership fee of EUR100 for regular members and EUR50 for student members applies.

Of note, the ESS membership was automatically included in the registration fee to the 2013 ESS Congress in Vienna - you do not have to pay again if you participated at the Congress and paid the registration (either as a regular or student member). However, you should pay if you had participated but your fee was waived (e.g. all invited speakers). Similar system will be employed at the 2015 ESS Congress in Cologne, Germany: the 2-year ESS membership fee will be included in the respective congress registration payment.

We sincerely appreciate your contribution; please do not ignore this important commitment.

We are happy to receive your funds at:
European Shock Society
IBAN: AT13 1420 0200 1093 6552
BIC: EASYATW1

Please identify your transfer with your first/last name and a "full/student ESS membership fee" annotation.
Thank you!


The ESS has created a resource for ESS members who are looking for networking opportunities and would like to share their areas of interest with other experts.

This information will be stored in our members' database which will be made publicly available on the ESS website for other professionals to view. Email addresses will not be published.

If on browsing the database you would like to make contact with an individual, please use the contact form at the bottom of each member's page. A request will then be forwarded to the individual on your behalf.