Zealand Surgical Forum

Zealand Surgical Forum 2021
10 December 2021
Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center, Copenhagen, Denmark
One of the biggest surgical events in Scandinavia
With a dedicated session for nurses
focusing on pre- and post-operative relations with patients
Surgical room in hospital with robotic technology equipment, machine arm surgeon in futuristic operation room. Minimal invasive surgical inoovation, medical robot surgery with 3D view endoscopy
Three parallel operations
Streaming live from Zealand University Hospital
A great opportunity to network
while discovering the latest developments in the field


With the ever-increasing incidences and second highest mortality rates in the western world, colon cancer has become one of the focal points for research and development for both clinical personnel and translational research scientists. Recently, there have been massive leaps in our understanding of this disease and treatment modalities, and novel promising therapeutic approaches are underway.

Surgery continues to be the primary curative treatment approach for this disease and it is now known that the variations in short- and long-term survival are influenced by the strategies for perioperative care and the quality of surgical treatment.

Which brings us to the much-awaited programme for this winter, the Zealand Surgical Forum 2021. Since 2015, the ZSF brings together surgeons, physicians, nurses, students and researchers to facilitate the international exchange of ideas and experiences and set the stage for developing newer standards in the field of gastrointestinal disease and surgery. This forum will create a space for diverse perspectives and professional dialogue by renowned leaders in surgery, oncology, radiology, pathology, and anesthesia to address the current roadblocks in the field.

ZSF2021 offers two highly interactive sessions—the Doctors Session and the Nurses Session—running in parallel:
The Doctors Session will revolve around the challenges with surgery and its outcomes, possible solutions, and future directions for newer and innovative trials and treatment modalities.
The Nurses Session will focus on everything from nursing in time-limited encounters to discussing the superior methods of handover, to the role of sleep in rehabilitation.

Join us on December 10 and be a part of the dynamic discussions on improving surgical outcomes and bettering patient care!

Photos from past events