Regarding the arising international epidemiological situation and the newly introduced travel regulations in many countries, Semmelweis University decided to postpone the Semmelweis 250 Clinical Conference. Once the situation recovers, we will inform you on the new date of the event.
On 9-10 March 2020, as part of its 250-anniversary event series, Semmelweis University will host a large-scale, unique international clinical conference at the Basic Medical Science Centre, in Budapest, Hungary.
This will be the very first international conference showcasing the clinical activity of Semmelweis University in its complexity, providing a multidisciplinary overview of innovations and developments in different fields of clinical medicine, presented by nearly 90 renowned national and international speakers. The two-day professional program will not only enable international knowledge transfer but also serves as an excellent opportunity for networking, contributing to the establishment of fruitful future collaborations.
Poster abstracts can be submitted through this website until 23 February, on topics relevant to clinical translational scientific research.
The target audience of the conference includes national and international university and hospital leaders and medical specialists of different professions, as well as resident doctors, Ph.D. students and graduate students already participating in clinical education (grades 4-5-6). We also welcome colleagues who are currently on maternity leave – thanks to the staff of Semmelweis Kindergarten, we also provide babysitting during the conference!
Accreditation: Graduate and Ph.D. students receive 2 credits for their attendance. Medical specialists will receive 40 credits. Attention! The presence will be strictly controlled!
Venue: Semmelweis University Basic Medical Science Center, 1094 Budapest, Tűzoltó utca 37-47.
The language of the conference is English (without translation)
The Semmelweis 250 Clinical Conference is organized by the Clinical Centre, responsible for the direction and coordination of all healing, preventive and rehabilitation units of Semmelweis University. In case of questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Charity Jubilee Concert of the Medic Orchestra
on the last day of the Clinical Conference
On the 10th of March, from 7 p.m., the Medic Orchestra will perform a unique charity concert at the Budapest Palace of Arts (MÜPA) as the start of its V4 Concert Tour, on the occasion of Semmelweis University’s 250. anniversary. A special feature of the program is that members of the orchestra will be made up of Semmelweis students and international medical students from universities of the V4 countries. The proceeds of the event will go to benefit the children treated at Semmelweis University’s 2nd Department of Pediatrics.
The event will be followed by further concerts in Trnava, Slovakia (March 12), Prague, Czech Republic (March 14) and Krakow, Poland (March 16). The concert series is supported by the Visegrad Fund.