UEG Week is the most prestigious meeting of its kind in Europe, and many consider it to be the best digestive diseases meeting in the world. In mid-October (15-19), Vienna will hold a new edition and, in order to stay up-to-date about all the novelties we have interviewed the organizers of the event. Don't miss all the details...
UEG Week is the largest meeting of its kind in Europe. What makes it different from other similar meetings?
United European Gastroenterology Week (UEG Week) is the largest and most prestigious event of its kind in Europe and will be taking place in Vienna between October 15-19, 2016.
UEG Week leads the field in terms of innovation and cutting-edge research and provides participants with the opportunity to present new research projects and approaches in the diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal disease.
And what represents UEG Week on the annual calendar of the field?
UEG Week complements the various national associations’ conventions and training events and offers more than 13,000 medical practitioners and scientists an excellent opportunity to present their latest research results on the subject of Digestive Health to the international community and to extend their professional network.
This year, UEG Week will be returning to Vienna, which boasts rich imperial tradition and is the home of classical music. The congress will be held in the Austria Center Vienna (ACV), which is Austria’s largest conference centre in the heart of the capital.
And what are the benefits for the sector?
The congress offers features such as innovative seminars for postgraduates, abstracts, posters and parallel live streams for a global audience. In the course of the two-day Postgraduate Teaching Programme and a three-day scientific programme, UEG Week has a great deal to offer young and experienced medical practitioners, scientists and basic researchers, always staying true to our motto ‘advancing science – linking people’.
From all around the world more than 120 sessions will be available to stream live through UEG Week Live between Saturday, October 15 to Wednesday, October 19.