The 14th International ISUOG Symposium, Athens, Greece, 20/04/2018-22/04/2018 has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 19 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.
20-22 April, 2018
Royal Olympic Hotel
28-34 Athanasiou Diakou Str.
117 43, Athens, GREECE
Tel.: +30 210 92.88.400
Fax.: +30 210 92.33.317
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org - web: http://www.royalolympic.com
Registration Operating Hours
The registration desk will be located in the foyer of Olympia Hall (level -1)
Exhibition Operating Hours
Badges and congress material will be provided to all registered participants by the Congress Secretariat. Congress badges are mandatory for admission and access to the meeting halls and exhibition, as well as all congress functions. Please wear your badge visibly at all times.
Certificate of Attendance
A certificate of attendance will be available online at the symposium website or at the symposium’s Mobile App, to all registered participants. Certificate will be send by email after completing the symposium’s evaluation form (available online or at the App).
Wireless internet access is available free of charge within the Congress venue.
ISUOG Symposium Mobile APP
Download ISUOG IS mobile app for free, and gain access to:
• Detailed scientific program
• Personal agenda planning
• Symposium Evaluation
• Request for certificate
• View your time of participation
• Meet other participants
The official language of the Congress is English. There will be no translation facilities available for the congress participants.
Live streaming for the ISUOG Fetal anomalies course and Basic Training Course are available throughthe ISUOG official website.
Speakers Preview Desk
A Speakers preview desk is located at the foyer of Olympia Hall (level -1)
Inmaintaining a high standard of environmental awareness and compliance, ISUOG Symposium 2018 follows a Green Policy. ISUOG Symposium is designated non-smoking. ISUOG Symposium has reduced the amount of printed material that is distributed at the Congress, but continues to print material considered essential for the effective organization or communication of the event. Although, ISUOG Symposium has a printed final program, printed material, like full abstract has been replaced by online information (uploaded on the congress website).
There will be no publication of a complete set of proceedings. All information will be available at ISUOG International Symposium website.
Liability & Insurance
The Organizers accept no liability for any personal injury, loss or damage of property or additional expenses incurred to Congress participants, either during the Congress or as result of delays, strikes, or any other circumstances. Participants are requested to make their own arrangements with respect to health and travel insurance.
Each year, more and more travelers are choosing Athens for their leisure and business travel all year round. There are several reasons; Athens offers a variety of things to see and do, and most of the times, under favourable weather conditions. Athens is considered one of Europe’s safest capitals; its transportation network is user-friendly. Athens is an ideal congress destination, combining state-of-the-art infrastructure, excellent conference facilities and easy access from all over the world with world-class cultural attractions, modern amenities, diverse entertainment and natural beauty.
Arts & Culture
The city’s rich classical tradition and its geographical location - at the crossroads of cultures - have always lent it a formidable platform for artistic expression. That high regard for the arts continues today, with a mushrooming of modern innovations. Every year, the city’s cultural calendar presents exhibits and festivals of international scope, original productions and notable artistic happenings.
Athens takes the fuss out of sightseeing. It is a user-friendly town thanks to the pleasant demeanor of the English-speaking Athenians and the easy to use and manageable transportation system. The visitor can see a lot in one day. Archaeological Sites & Classical Greek Monuments, Byzantine Monuments & Ottoman Monuments, Museums, Art Galleries, street performances, festivals. Needless to say, The Acropolis remains a "must see"...
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A state-of-the-art metro system, wide avenues, an efficient public transportation system and a compact city center, all make moving around Athens easy and convenient. The Athens transportation network now includes new uses, pollution-free trolleys, tram and a revamped electric railway system that connects to two metro lines. Piraeus’s port, in short distance from the Athens city center, serves national and international sea lines. The modern highways make driving to and from the city, a pleasant experience.
Gourmet and traditional Greek cuisine, in the past decade, has become one of the most popular in the world as it has been proven to provide a flavourful healthy and balanced diet. Culinary aficionados are encouraged to delight in the myriad of sophisticated restaurants that boast tastes and interiors inspired from all parts of the world. The local and traditional outdoor seaside taverns and cafes are plentiful and a cultural mainstay.
Shopping in Athens - a showcase for its traditional and modern culture and lifestyle - can be a fascinating and satisfying experience for all. Amidst the many well-known international name brand outposts and traditional Greek art and folklore shops, are hundreds of chic boutiques and specialty stores blossoming with great fashion finds for every taste and budget. Make sure to stop in at one of the many wonderful year-round outdoor cafés and restaurants to make your experience of shopping in the Athenian way, complete!
Sea & Sun
Athens is the only European city surrounded by pristine beaches, where you can swim for many months during the year. Visit a beach in Athens and you are likely to feel like you’re on a Greek island, as you are greeted with stretches of crystal sands, fine pebbles and breathtaking, blue clean waters. Some beaches boast barren rocks and cliffs that carve caves and coves you can explore. Other beaches have floating bars, music and seaside spas, while others are secluded for romance. Most offer beach amenities, such as lounge chairs, umbrellas, lifeguards, fun playgrounds, restaurants and water sports for all ages.
In Athens, enjoying a sunset stroll or a seaside meal is a part of daily life. Walk on the many Athenian esplanades lined by tropical palm trees. Beach hopping is made possible by the new tramway. Hop-in from the center of Athens and watch the sun set over the Saronic Gulf.
Most European citizens do not require an entry visa for Greece. Please consult the Greek Embassy or Consulate nearest to you for specific details relating to visas.
Athens City Facts
Weather: Athens is an ideal year-round destination with comfortable and favourable climate conditions for travel and sightseeing. Rainfall is minimal and the summers (June through August) are dry and hot with temperatures ranging, on average, from 78° to 94°F or 20° to 34°C. The Mediterranean climate makes for mild winters and even milder autumns in low-lying areas, with the coldest temperatures reported in January at a very temperate 41° to 55° F or 5°to 13°C.
Language: Most Athenians speak English and those in the hospitality industry are likely to speak French and German too. Signage, menus and transportation signs are written in Greek and English.
Currency: Euro €
Shopping Hours: Major outlets Monday-Friday. 9:00-21:00; small shops Monday, Wednesday 9:00 to 15:30; Friday, 9:00 to 20:30; Saturday 9:00 to 15:30.
The airport: The new award winning Athens International Airport, Eleftherios Venizelos, serves 83 international destinations. Its close proximity to the city centre, 30 minutes by car and 40 minutes by train, makes Athens easily accessible.
For more information, you may visit the official site of the Athens International Airport
Transportation: Network includes new buses, pollution-free trolleys, tram and a revamped electric railway system that connects to the metro lines. Taxis are inexpensive by European standards.
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