SSC/SSCS – SSP/SSTS Joint Annual Meeting Davos 2020

SSC/SSCS – SSP/SSTS
Joint Annual Meeting Davos 2020

3 – 5 June 2020, Davos Congress

Information A-Z

Childcare

This year, the SSC/SSCS-SSP/SSTS Joint Annual Meeting 2020 offers childcare for children up to-5 years within the congress centre Davos.

Please indicate the name and age of the child and state any food intolerance when booking childcare with your registration.

More information to follow.

Congress Venue

The SSC/SSCS-SSP/SSTS Joint Annual Meeting 2020 will take place at the Congress Centre Davos, Switzerland.

Congress Centre Davos
Talstrasse 49a
7270 Davos Platz
Web: www.davoscongress.ch/en/

> Davos Platz train station, approx. 15 minutes’ walk or taxi

Industrial Exhibition

The industrial exhibition is located in immediate vicinity to congress activities such as lecture halls and catering areas. Companies from all over the world are given ample opportunity to display their latest products, services and technical innovations.

More information to follow.

 

Insurance

The congress organisers cannot accept liability for personal injuries sustained, or for loss or damage of property belonging to conference participants, either during, or as a result of the meeting. Please check the validity of your own insurance.

Language

The congress language is English. Simultaneous translation (French-German/German-French) will only be provided on Wednesday, 3 June 2020 at 17.45-19.15h for the General Assembly Swiss Society of Cardiology.

Lunch and Coffee Breaks

Lunch & coffee breaks are included in the registration fee and will be served in the exhibition area.

 

Photography / Electronic Recordings

Taking photographs and electronic recordings with a camera or mobile device is strictly prohibited in all lecture halls during all sessions.

During the congress photographs will be taken. This serves the purpose of publication on the website and/or on social media platforms of the organizer. It may hereby be possible that persons present are also photographed in a way that they can be identified. The legal basis for photographing is Article 6, Paragraph 1, lit. f GDPR, the organizer's legitimate interest is to publicly document the event.

This is explicitly stated at each event. If required, you can obtain information at the reception or information desk of the event if you do not wish that photographs on which you are identifiable will be published.