Events Calendar

World of Microbiome Series

World of Microbiome Series

Oct 28-30, 2021
Vienna Austria

The World of Microbiome Series is growing and in 2020 it brought not only the 2nd edition of the successful World of Microbiome: Pregnancy, Birth & Infancy conference, but also a brand new event: World of Microbiome: Digestive & Metabolic Health.

Pain 360

Dec 1-3, 2021
Vienna Austria

Pain360 is the place to get hands-on knowledge and experience, enabling you as a professional to acquire the skills in pain management you need to benefit the lives of your patients. Covering the most contemporary techniques and approaches, taught by experienced experts at the top of their field, anyone dealing with pain will benefit from this unique event.
Let’s connect the dots and work together to broaden our perspectives on pain and collectively, move into the future of pain management.
The next Pain 360 Conference will be held in Vienna, Austria from 1-3 December, 2021. Learn more about the event and register today through the official website.

Advanced Technologies and Treatments for Diabetes

To be confirmed

Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD) offers a platform for the discussion of the latest technologies in the treatment and prevention of diabetes and related illnesses.

Explore the latest technologies with researchers, clinicians and general practitioners in all fields of diabetes so that we, from ATTD, may study, appraise and discuss them. Since the practical implementation of any groundbreaking invention is in our hands, it is imperative that we be at the forefront of this constantly evolving discipline.

Learn more about the upcoming ATTD Conference that will be held virtually on 2-5 June and register today.

World Hospital at Home Congress

To be confirmed

The World Hospital at Home Congress is an international platform to advance the hospital at home model and ecosystem. This model meets the urgent need of the healthcare providers for a safe, effective, natural and cost-effective alternative to the standard inpatient treatment, the increased pressure on hospital beds and patient-risk hospitalization.