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To allow participants to read the abstracts and view the programme of the 39th Annual Meeting in Copenhagen, ESHRE will offer several options :

- An app for tablets and smartphones
- An online itinerary
- The web pages dedicated to the programme

Congress badges should be worn by all participants at all times during the congress, during the Precongress Courses, in the exhibit area and within other areas of the congress centre as well as during social activities. Only participants wearing their congress badge will be admitted to the scientific sessions, to the exhibition and to the social events. Accompanying persons must have a "visitor exhibit badge" for admission to the exhibit area and to the social functions.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Please note that if you lose or misplace your badge, you will be required to pay an extra administrative fee of € 100 to have a new badge issued.

Five presentations at ESHRE 2023 will be selected and rewarded with a prize of 2,000 Euro.

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Participants who register for the scientific programme and attend sessions can download a certificate of attendance after completing an evaluation form first.

Children below 18 years old are not allowed in the venue.

Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits will be applied for with the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS). EACCME credits are recognized by the American Medical Association towards the Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA). With the exception of the host country – Italy - ESHRE will not apply for CME for individual countries (i.e. only CME credits with EACCME will be applied for).

Information about the certification exams for embryologists, nurses and midwives and reproductive endoscopic surgeons is available on the ESHRE website

A technical exhibition of pharmaceutical, surgical and laboratory products will be organized, and will be located in the exhibition area of the congress centre. The exhibition will be officially opened with the traditional welcome reception at 8 p.m. on Sunday, 25 June immediately following the Opening Ceremony of the Annual Meeting.

Exhibitors will have the opportunity to (e-)meet (potential) customers, to have great visibility and to expand their global reach through our exhibition.

ESHRE does not accept liability for individual medical, travel or personal insurance, and participants are strongly advised to take out their own personal insurance in their country of origin. Participation in all excursions, tours, social events, etc. is at personal risk.

All the programme sessions will become available to watch on-demand. All you need to do, is log into the virtual platform, select the day the session was played and click 'Watch session on-demand'.

The aim of ESHRE is to provide a forum for the exchange and discussion of new clinical and scientific ideas. The Society, in good faith, assumes that all participants will respect the non-political nature of our annual meeting.

The registration desk will be located in the entrance hall of the BellaCenter and will be open at the following hours:

 Saturday, 24 June   from 13.00 p.m. to 20.00 p.m. (registrations pre-congress courses)
 Sunday, 25 June
 from 07.30 a.m. to 20.00 p.m. (Main Programmes only as of 12 noon)
 Monday, 26 June  from 07.30 a.m. to 18.00 p.m.
 Tuesday, 27 June  from 08.00 a.m. to 18.00 p.m.
 Wednesday, 28 June  from 08.00 a.m. to 15.00 p.m.

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please note that if you lose or misplace your badge, you will be required to pay a 100 Euro fee to have a new badge issued.


Smoking is strictly forbidden within the entire Bella Center building. There are designated smoking areas outside the building.

Furthermore, Denmark has a smoking ban in all public indoor areas along with most other western European countries.

In Copenhagen, smoking is forbidden in public buildings and private businesses - including restaurants, shops, transport, entertainment venues, workplaces etc.

The only exception from the ban is for establishments with an area less than 40 square metres, that do not serve fresh food - so you can still enjoy a cigarette in some smaller pubs. Some places have installed special smoking rooms but most refer smokers to the streets.

Likewise, if you visit a Danish home - smoking and non-smoking - it is expected that you step outside if you need to smoke.

The time zone in Denmark is Central European (Summer) Time CE(S)T, 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT +1).