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Only the third conference on clinical research so far is on in Prague.

Business News | October 17, 2016

Today is the start of the 2 day 3rd European Conference on Clinical Research (EUCROF 2016) in the Prague Congress Centre. Following Brussels and Paris, Prague became only the third destination so far to host this event specialised in high quality clinical research. The conference program will focus on patients’ roles and organisations, which increasingly becomes more significant in all medical discussions. Industry development is supported by B2B Meetings with the symbolic title, 'West meets East in Prague'.

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Do patients take medications correctly? It is being discussed during a conference in Prague.

Business News | November 12, 2015

uring autumn this year, two pharmacology conferences are taking place in Prague. Following ISoP, the European Society for Patient Adherence, COMpliance and Persistance Symposium (EASPACOMP 2015) begins on the 12th of November. It is held in Prague Congress Centre until the 14th of November, 2015. The main objective of the meeting is discussing the science concerned with the quantitative assessment of what patients do with medicines they have been prescribed.

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Safe use of medicines is discussed during a congress in Prague.

Business News | October 28, 2015

The 15th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Pharmacovigilance (ISoP 2015) brings to Clarion Hotel Prague more than 400 physicians, pharmacists as well as representatives of drug agencies, universities, state authorities, and pharmaceutical industry. The goal of this event lasting from the 27th to the 30th of October, 2015, is to raise awareness of drug safety and best practices worldwide, by sharing the newest information on science and solutions among stakeholders.

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ESMAC Meeting 2018: Six days in motion in the Prague Congress Center

Prague held an expert meeting of the European Society of Movement Analysis for Adults and Children (ESMAC) during the last week of September. The meeting was designed for all those interested in body movement analysis to promote collaboration between biomechanics, bioengineers, physicians, physiotherapists and other professionals.

TERIBEAR moved Prague and Mladá Boleslav for the fourth time.

The charity event TERIBEAR moves Prague, also known as a fun day with the bear, which was held for the fourth time by the Tereza Maxová Foundation, once again raised the bar with an astonishing 8,000 participants registered before the start of the event. This year, more than 16,000 people supported this unique event. They came to the Vítkov hill in Prague and together, they ran and walked an amazing 320,812.5 km. The total amount that was raised was an incredible 9,624,375 crowns!

Geopolitics, war virtualization or popculture and populism: The future and hope of the theory of international relations was discussed in Prague.

On Saturday, 15 September, the 12th Pan-European Conference of the European Association for International Relations (EISA) was successfully concluded. The event took place at the Prague University of Economics and it has seen several important milestones, both from the perspective of the association and us organizers at C-IN.

C-IN’s autumn is surely set to race away in a blink of an eye due to may interesting conferences.

The summer holiday months are finishing and our project managers are preparing to not only to send their children back to school. The conferences to be organised by C-IN through September are fast approaching. On September 2nd, the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Congress (ISPCAN) commences concurrently with the 17th International Conference on the Properties of Water and Steam (ICPWS). The Congress of the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) will start just four days later.

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