general

Abstract submission deadline:
15th July 2016
Early registration deadline:
15th July 2016
Abstract acceptance notification:
20th September 2016
Congress registration closes:
6th November 2016

 

 

 

16th November 2016
08.00 – 8.30 for pre-congress course participants
09.30 – 16.00 for congress delegates

17th, 18th, 19th November 2016
08.00 – End of sessions

N.B. Registration for the congress is possible exclusively through the online registration system. It will not be possible to register on the day of the congress.

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congress_venue

Auditorium Antonianum
Viale Manzoni
, 1 – 00185 – Rome
Tel/Fax: (+39) 06 45582593
Email: info@auditoriumantonianum.it
Website: www.auditoriumantonianum.it

congress_secretariat

Fondazione Maruzza Lefebvre D’Ovidio Onlus
11 Via del Nuoto – 00135 – Rome
Tel: (+39) 06 3290609 | Fax: (+39) 06 36292743
Email: icppc@maruzza.org
Website: www.maruzza.org

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lang

For the congress workshops, plenary and parallel sessions, the official language is English. Simultaneous translation to Italian is foreseen only for plenary sessions.

letter

Requests for letters of invitation for visa purposes should be directed to the Organizing Secretariat. Please note that such letter cannot grant any financial support.

clothing
Clothing is informal for all occasions

time

The time zone in Italy is
European Time (GMT +1)

visas
International participants may require visas in order to enter Italy. 
Participants are requested to check with their consulate or diplomatic mission in their home country or with their travel agency for visa and health certificate requirements. It is the responsibility of the participant to obtain a visa if required.

 

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attendance

Certificates of attendance will be available on request at the end of the Congress at the registration desk.

supporters

For details regarding sponsorship opportunities, please contact the Congress Secretariat.

climate

In November, the weather in Rome is relatively moderate, however it may rain.

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airports

Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino International Airport – Rome’s main airport is modern, large, rather efficient, and well connected to the centre of the city by public transportation. However, late-night arrivals may limit you to an irregular bus into town unless you can afford a taxi.

Ciampino International Airport – Located to the southeast of the capital, this is the city’s low-cost airline airport, serving Easyjet, Ryanair and Wizzair flights, among others. This small airport is closer to the city centre than Fiumicino but has no direct train connection.

For information about getting to and from the airports
please visit:
www.turismoroma.it
www.wikitravel.org

transport

Many modes of transportation are available in and around Rome. For more information please visit: www.turismoroma.it

liability

The Organizing Secretariat cannot accept responsibility for accidents or damage to participants or accompanying persons before, during or after the Congress. Participants are urged to make their own arrangements with respect to travel and health insurance.

disclaimer
The Congress Secretariat and Organizers of the 3rd Congress on Paediatric Palliative Care: a Global Gathering are in no way responsible for the content of third party websites to which external links are provided on this website.