• Swedish
  • English

The Sweden Liver Week 2022 will take place in Stockholm at June 13-15, 2022

Sweden Liver Week is an annual, multidisciplinary, 3-day Liver Meeting with focus on clinical hepatology and with a touch of basic science. The meeting is arranged in collaboration between Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm and Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg. The program encompasses medical, surgical and diagnostic aspects of clinical hepatology, considering both adult and pediatric patients. The official language is English, with invited international and national experts as speakers. A parallel program is arranged by and for nurses in Swedish. The meeting is a platform where doctors, researchers and healthcare professionals who are interested in liver deseases can meet, exchange experience and participate in the latest developments and findings.

Topics during the 2022 meeting

  • HCC and decompensation in NAFLD, a growing challenge
  • Advanced liver disease in chronic viral hepatitis
  • Heat stroke and liver failure
  • Fontan-associated liver disease
  • Risk of malignancy and radiological surveillance in PSC
  • Enhanced recovery after liver surgery and transplantation
  • Non-invasive tests for early diagnosis of chronic liver disease
  • Genetic cholestatic liver disease
  • Treatment of biliary strictures
  • Gender and age aspects of chronic liver disease
  • Post-graduate course covering cholestatic pruritus and renal failure in cirrhosis
  • Pediatric workshop
  • Basic science workshop (Liver Academy)
  • Nurse’s program (in Swedish)

Welcome to join us in Stockholm in June 13-15, 2022!

Conference Centre City Conference in Ingenjörshuset, Malmskillnadsgatan 46. Find your way

Meeting coordinators

Per Stål
Hanns-Ulrich Marschall


Henrik Gjertsen
Andreas Schult

Thomas Casswall
Nils Ekvall
Antti Oksanen
Anna Cederborg
Intensive Care
Cathrin Hällström
Christian Rylander
Christian Sturesson
Magnus Rizell
Infectious diseases
Soo Aleman
Pia Loqvist
Karin Edlund
Nikolaos Kartalis
Annika Roback
Minna Kjerrulf
Tanja Mogerud

Basic Science
Ewa Ellis
Annika Wahlström
Noémi Van Hul