QOL-ONE IV ANNUAL CONFERENCE
From the Lab to the Bedside
September 18-20, 2019
Registration fee: € 40,00
Registration fee for participants includes:
- CME credits for Italian participants
- Certificate of attendance
- Refreshments and lunches during the conference
Registration fee does not include:
- Hotel costs
- Travel arrangements
- Anything not included under the heading “Registration fee for participant includes”
Upon receipt of your completed registration form and payment, you will receive a written confirmation or an e-mail of your registration.
Should you need assistance with accommodations, please contact the conference secretariat: Roberta Siclari and Sabrina Vazzana firstname.lastname@example.org .
We are glad to suggest several accommodation options for you.
The three day Conference provides an overview of the hematological diseases. Each day focuses on one or more diseases: Myelodysplastic Syndromes, Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, Acute Myeloid Leukemia, other Cytopenias, Multiple Myeloma.
The Conference intends to promote interactive discussion between scientists and hematological clinical staff involved in patient care.
Scientific presentations by international leaders will provide the current status and a perspective of basic science and clinical developments.
The Congress will offer an exciting Scientific Program, which will cover a wide range of themes including the most modern diagnostics and the individualized therapeutic approach to improve survival and Quality of Life. A review of the possible complications will broaden and deepen the current clinical scenario. The identification of genomic, epigenetic and immunological pathways will provide key elements for the development of new targeted therapies.
Italian C.M.E. credits
The Conference has been accredited by the Italian Ministry of Heatlh for C.M.E. credits ( Continuing Medical Educationa) for Italian participants, for the following categories: physicians (all disciplines), nurses, pediatric nurses, pharmacists, biologists, medical laboratoty techicians.
Successful completion of the C.M.E. activity, which includes participation in the evaluation component and attendance of at leat 90 % of the Conference hours, enables the participant to earn 15 credits.
C.M.E. certification will be sent by email within 90 days from the conlusion of the Conference. The certificate of attendance will be given at the end of the Conference.
The official language of the Conference is English.
All participants must wear the identification badges. Entrance to the Conference room will not be permitted to any person without a badge.
Liability and insurance
The conference secretariat and organizers cannot accept liability for personal accidents or loss of or damage to private property. Participants should, therefore, organize their own (health and travel) insurance(s). It is advisable that you do not leave bags or suitcases unattended at any time, whether inside or outside the congress venue.
In case of cancellation of participation before September 2, 2019 the registration fee will be refunded 100 %. Between September 2, 2019 and September 9, 2019 the registration fee will be refunded deducting a handling fee of 50% of the paid amount. After September 9, 2019 there will be no refund. Cancellations must be communicated in written form. In case of no-show or early departure no refund of registration fees will be made. The organisers will only accept request for refunds if they are in writing. Should you have any special requests for the processing of your invoice, kindly let us know when submitting your registration form sending an email to email@example.com .
Roberta Siclari – Sabrina Vazzana
Via C. Quattrone 8, 89134, Reggio Calabria, Italy
+ 39 329 8699514 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Conference venue is Consiglio Regionale della Calabria, which is located at via Cardinale Gennaro Portanova, 89123 Reggio Calabria, Italy
How to reach us:
Route 121-122. Please check the bus timetable at : http://www.atam.rc.it/cgi/atam.pl?_cgifunction=ricercapercorso_numero09
Take E90 Highway – Cardinale Portanova exit
About Reggio Calabria
Reggio Calabria is a small town in Calabria, at the tip of Italy’s ‘toe’ and just over the water from Sicily.
The Ancient Greek town which stood here, Rhegion, was an important part of Magna Graecia, the Greek colonization of Italy. The site has had obvious strategic importance over the centuries due to its proximity to Sicily and the shipping route through the Strait of Messina.
The city’s architectural eclecticism is a result of its tectonic liveliness: in 1908 the last big quake triggered a tsunami that killed over 100,000. By Italian standards, little of historical merit remains, although the lungomare, with its views across the Messina Strait to smouldering Mt Etna is, arguably, one of the most atmospheric places in Italy for an evening passeggiata.
The city centre, consisting primarily of Liberty buildings, has a linear development along the coast with parallel streets, and the promenade is dotted with rare magnolias and exotic palms.
The National Museum in Reggio (Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Reggio Calabria) is arguably one of the most prestigious in Italy. It is home to a panoply of vestiges from the Magna Graecia colonies that flourished in Calabria ans hostes the Riace brozes. The Riace bronzes (Italian Bronzi di Riace) also called the Riace Warriors, are two are larger than life-size sculptures of naked bearded warriors, cast about 460–450 BC that were found in the sea in 1972, near a village, Riace, after which they are named. For natives to Reggio, the bronzes are iconic of their city; at the same time, they are exemplary of Italian efforts to take care of its enormous historical and artistic legacy. As well as the Riace Bronzes, the museum holds a superb collection of exhibits from Rhegion and other Greek sites in Calabria, including Locri.
Reggio has commonly used popular nicknames: The “city of Bronzes”, after the Bronzes of Riace that are testimonials of its Greek origins; the “city of bergamot”, fragrant citrus fruit and symbol of the city, which is exclusively cultivated in the region; and the “city of Fatamorgana“, an optical phenomenon visible in Italy only from the Reggio seaside.
Reggio Calabria, travel trasport and ferries
Reggio Calabria is the final destination for fast Eurostar and Intercity trains heading south down Italy’s Tyrrhenian coast from Rome and Naples. It is also served by regional trains which stop at many local stations in Calabria. The town’s principal railway station is Stazione Centrale, located on Piazza Garibaldi at the southern end of the town centre.
The centre of Reggio di Calabria is served by urban buses run by a firm called ATAM.
Reggio’s port, the Stazione Marittima, is to the north of the town centre, within walking distance of the museum and Stazione Lido and the meeting venue. Ferries from Reggio di Calabria head to a range of destinations, with timetables which vary according to the season.
Reggio has its own airport, called the Aeroporto dello Stretto. It mainly serves flights within Italy. The most convenient international airports are at Lamezia Terme in Calabria, and Catania in Sicily .
Surrondings of Reggio Calabria
One of the best short trips from Reggio di Calabria is Scilla, a very attractive fishing village with a beach, just half an hour away by train. Further up the Tyrrhenian Sea is the Costa degli Dei (‘Coast of the Gods’) where the village Tropea is the most famous resort.