All participants are kindly remembered to register and pick up their badge at the start of the workshop. This should be worn throughout the duration of the event.
CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
The workshop organisation will provide a certificate of attendance upon request.
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION ACCREDITATION
The workshop has been acredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) for continuing medical education (CME) and the Catalan Council for Continuing Education in Healthcare Professionals (CCFCPS). For more information CME accreditation
The workshop will he held in English and no simultaneous translators will be provided by the workshop organization. Many countries will be represented and other languages might be spoken between individuals.
This workshop aims to provide participants with the opportunity to openly discuss their current work and discoveries in an educational environment. The workshop does not accept any liability for any scientific content of the session or for any claims that result from publications with information shared in this workshop. The organisation disclaims all liability for injuries or any type of losses incurred by individuals attending this workshop, as well as, any charges associated with last minute cancellations due to unexpected circumstances.
LIABILITY AND INSURANCE
By registering for the workshop, attending individuals agree that the organisers do not accept any type of responsibilities for medical, travel and personal insurances. Participants are therefore advised to issue their own personal insurance policies to cover any incidents.
An official invitation letter can be issued by the Workshop Secretariat to help demonstrate registration to the workshop and help overcome any administrative difficulties posed. The letters will only be issued once your registration have been made and only if requested.
The workshop will take place at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sant Pau Hospital – an emblematic symbol of Barcelona’s modernist architecture.
Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site – Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167, 08025 Barcelona
If you need a visa to travel to Spain, please directly contact the Spanish Embassy and Consulate in your country for details of the application. We are happy to provide prove of registration by sending an invitation letter.
PAYMENT AND ONLINE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE
Registration to this workshop is free of charge but online registration is necessary in order to access the event. A confirmation email upon registration will be sent to your account, if for some reason you have not received an email a day after the online registration took place please contact us at email@example.com. Online registration will remain open until a day prior to the workshop starting. In the case of the event being sold out the registration platform will close.
PHOTOGRAPHS, AUDIO AND VIDEO RECORDING
Photographs, audio and video recordings are not permitted at the workshop sessions. Only official appointed individuals will be granted the concession to take recordings. All abstract received will be published in an online abstract book.
The official currency in Spain is Euros. ATM can be easily accessed around the city and credit cards are accepted in most local establishments.
In Spain the standard voltage is 220 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type F. Visitors using foreign appliances with incompatible plugs or electrical needs must bring their own adaptor and/or a voltage converter.
INFORMATION ON BARCELONA – MY WAY AROUND BARCELONA:
Barcelona, Catalonia’s capital, is considered by many as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and has in the recent years become the first tourist destination in Spain. Known for its modernist architecture, warm weather, traditional food and welcoming community it is no surprise that people leave Barcelona feeling captivated and wanting to come back. The city is home to many art and architecture masterpieces created by world-renowned artist like Gaudí, Picasso and Miró. It is built in a beautiful natural environment, between mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, making this city unique. Barcelona is characterised by its many distinctive areas, from the Gothic Quarter with its ancient city remains, to Montjuïc where the 1992 Olympics were held with its pavilions, fountains and museums. The bustling Ramblas street, Passeig de Gràcia harbouring luxury boutiques, El Born and La Barceloneta where alternative shops and restaurants are found. You can visit Tibidabo and Montserrat Mountain, as well as, the quaint beautiful coastal towns. Barcelona has something for everyone making this opportunity one that you won’t want to miss.
For more information please visit the official Barcelona tourism website at: http://www.barcelonaturisme.com/wv3/en/