European Association for Endoscopic Surgery and other Interventional Techniques

EAES Guidelines subcommittee


Dr. Stavros A. Antoniou
Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus
European University Cyprus
Limassol / Nicosia – Cyprus;


To advance MIS through improvement in quality and increased uptake of clinical practice guidelines in Europe and globally


To involve the surgical community, patient groups and healthcare authorities in the development of EAES guidelines
To standardize the methodology and improve the quality and reliability of EAES guidelines
To promote dissemination and use and clinical uptake of EAES guidelines
To become an information hub for all practitioners in MIS


Dr. Francesco M. Carrano
University of Insubria
Department of surgery
Varese -Italy

Dr. Elisa Cassinotti
General Surgery Department
IRCCS Fondazione Ca’Granda
Poloclinico Ospedale Maggiore
Via F. Sforza 35
20122 Milan – Italy

Dr. Marguerite Gorter-Stam
VU Medical Center
The Netherlands

Emina Letić
University of Sarajevo
Facutly of medicine
Sarajevo – Bosnia & Herzegovina

Prof. Marco Milone
University of Naples Federico II
Gastroenterology, Endocrinology and Surgical endoscopy
Naples – Italy

Dr. Silviu Daniel Preda
Craiova Emergency Clinical County Hospital
1st Clinic of Surgery
Craiova – Romania

Dr. George Theodoropoulos
Hippocration Hospital, Medical School of Athens University
First Department of Propaedeutic Surgery
Athens – Greece

Rapid Guideline: Bariatric Guideline extension 2021

EAES is developing a Rapid Guideline: Bariatric Guideline extension 2021.The steering group invites you to read the protocol carefully and give your comments
Protocol Rapid Guideline: Bariatric Guideline extension 2021
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Feedback to comments on the protocol of EAES Rapid Guideline: TaTME

The EAES Research Committee/Guidelines Subcommittee would like to thank EAES members who submitted their comments on the protocol of EAES Rapid Guideline on TaTME.

The steering group took constructive comments into account and modified the protocol accordingly. Please see our feedback on selected deidentified comments click here

EAES Rapid Guideline: Appendicitis in the Elderly


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AGREE II Extension for Guidelines in Surgery

The Appraisal of Guidelines for REsearch & Evaluation (AGREE) Instrument is a tool developed to assess the quality of guidelines and minimize the issue of variability in guideline quality. Read more >>

Living review of surgical guidelines

The EAES Consensus & Guideline Subcommittee has set as strategic goal the evidence-informed and transparent selection of future EAES guideline projects. Read more >>


Upcoming Events

The EAES 2021 Wintermeeting - on demand available

Now available on-demand. The lectures of the virtual edition of the EAES Wintermeeting. Offered to you by the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery. A morning full of lectures about the latest technology in endoscopic surgery.