Events - 14 Jul 09:162nd Winter Consensus Conference Of Dermatology

Event

Palazzo Odescalchi-Simonetti, via Vittoria Colonna 11, Rome, Italy

This conference is being organized by the World Health Academy Of Dermatology in the Eternal City - Rome - on December 4, 2016. Organizers want to build on the success of the first conference, which was held in Kitzbhel in 2012 and attended by the leaders of all major dermatological societies and Nobel Laureates (details). 

The main goal of the second conference is to discuss and set new priorities on the matters of the utmost importance to all of us for the next four years.

We guarantee you stimulating discussion and a chance to learn from other experts in the field. Refreshments will be available throughout the day. Of course, there is also time for socializing this is Italy! In the evening, we invite you to a cocktail reception where you can relax with colleagues and friends over a drink.

Please also email us the subject of your 7-minute presentation before September 15, 2017. This should concern a healthcare, research or patient support topic that requires international collaboration and support from the UN.

To recap the Winter Consensus Conference of Dermatology will be held at the Aula Magna of the University of Rome, just a few of blocks away from the Vatican.

  • When: 10 am - 5 pm on December 4, 2016. 
  • Where: Palazzo Odescalchi-Simonetti, via Vittoria Colonna 11, Rome, Italy

 RSVP as soon as you can, your attendance will help and enrich us all.

Contact details: email us at info@vrfoundation.org or call toll-free 1-855-966-3555

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