EUGA 2020 ANNUAL MEETING UPDATES
In light of the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments, and after careful and deliberate consideration, EUGA Executive Committee has made the difficult decision to cancel the EUGA face-to-face Annual Meeting.
As you know, until recently, EUGA was still optimistic about having the event taking place in person; however, in the last few days, further to the latest updates concerning new outbreaks in Europe, Faculty members and sponsors of the meeting expressed strong uncertainty about their attendance in person.
We therefore wish to thank all of you for your attention and time dedicated to EUGA 2020, in particular all abstracts presenters who sent their papers until the very last moment.
We are overwhelmed by the amount of papers received, despite the pandemic emergency.
For this reason, EUGA Executive and Scientific Committees wish to honour this dedication and interest toward EUGA Congress by organising an online version of the Annual Meeting to host all the abstracts that will be accepted after reviewing.
EUGA intends to provide you all with an online Scientific Programme and contents on EUGA website which will be published monthly, from October until the end of the year as further benefit of your registration fee.
Presenting authors of accepted abstracts will be able to present their works to the audience as well as to the EUGA Committees and the best abstracts will be awareded and published on the EUGA Official Journal, FPMRS.
EUGA Executive and Scientific Committees are now working hard to finalise the details of the new scientific programme which we will share in the coming weeks, as soon as it will be available.
Sponsors will also be invited to express their interest in organising sponsored sessions and we hope the new asset, even if unusual for EUGA, might bring new understanding and enrich even more the interaction between delegates, members and industries.
Looking forward to welcoming you online soon,
On behalf of the EUGA Committees
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Clayton Hotel Burlington Road
Leeson Street Upper, Dublin, D04 A318, Ireland
DUBLIN CONVENTION BUREAU
Irish Government is still working through how best to open Ireland and Dublin Convention Bureau is working to specific time frames.
The organisation of the meeting will be guided by Government decisions and guidelines with the support from Fáilte Ireland are being developed.
The Government of Ireland's website and Health Service Executive (HSE) website is providing the most up-to-date information to citizens, businesses, and visitors.
Located 30 minutes from Dublin International Airport and a 15-minute walk from St Stephen’s Green, Clayton Burlington Road Hotel is considered Dublin City’s largest Conference Hotel, thanks to its 502 guestrooms.
The Hotel has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment of all public areas including the lobby, restaurant, bar, gym and all conference facilities, and offers a wide range of comfortable rooms designed to suit the needs of their guests.
Just minutes from the city centre on Dublin’s leafy southside suburb of Ballsbridge, in the heart of Georgian Dublin, the Hotel is the ideal venue for an actionpacked stay in Dublin.
As Dublin’s top corporate and conference hotel, the Hotel is an ideal base for the modern business guest, within easy reach of Dublin Airport. Know more
Rooms at the Congress Venue are available at a special rate. We invite delegates and industries interested in staying at Clayton Hotel to book needed rooms/allotment soon in order to ensure the reservation. You can click here to book rooms at Clayton.
The Organising Secretariat won't take care of delegates' reservation but will do its best to give support and supply information.
Here you will find a list of Hotels located near the Congress Venue:
Mespil Hotel, Lansdowne Hotel, Waterloo House
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Dublin was voted Europe's fourth most popular city break destination, behind London, Paris and Rome and is one of the friendliest capital cities in the world. The elegant Georgian architecture makes it one of Europe's most attractive capitals.
The Irland's Capital is a relatively small and accessible city, small enough and safe enough to get around on foot, while the Luas tram system and the suburban rail system, the DART, provide excellent transport links throughout the city. Click here to know more
A request of accreditation will be submitted to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®)
Defoe, CME Provider and Medtech Trusted partner, submitted the congress through the Conference Vetting System for a compliance review. The EUGA Conference (ID EMT22421) has been appointed as COMPLIANT.
Defoe will observe standard Medtech requirements to guarantee a proper and transparent management of both sponsorship and any registration grants offered by Medtech associated industries. All arrangements are however subject to local Laws as well as to National rules and regulations of CME/CPD accreditation.