The Porcine Health Will Be Discussed in Prague in 2017.

Achievements | May 04, 2015
The Porcine Health Will Be Discussed in Prague in 2017.

Good news from Nantes! The C-IN team is delighted to announce the latest achievement from our PCO business. The European Symposium of Porcine Health Management (ESPHM) will take place in Prague Congress Centre in May 2017. Due to this, the city of Prague will welcome around 1500 experts in the field of porcine health management.

The C-IN Business Development team came back last week from the historical city of Nantes satisfied with their hard work on bidding process for ESPHM. After one year collaboration of the C-IN and the Czech Pig Veterinary Society (CPVS) as a local partner, Prague finally beat Bucharest as a venue for the ESPHM 2017 in this French city.

The symposium itself is designed to promote the communication and dissemination of knowledge in relation to the management of pig health. Attending delegates will have the unique opportunity to participate in lectures as well as oral presentations and posters session. The symposium also provides an overview of the current status and ongoing activities in both porcine science and the practical aspects of porcine health. This 3 day symposium will bring to Prague a range of delegates from the porcine industry including veterinary practitioners, porcine breeders and farm producers, researchers in universities and research institutes and pharmaceutical companies.

Over the previous years the ESPHM attendance has constantly increased, along with the significance of the whole symposium, which has become a major event in Europe. This is also due to the fact that the ESPHM is now jointly organised by strong coalition of the European College of Porcine Health Management and the European Association of Porcine Health Management.

Among the very demanding congress seasson of 2016, the C-IN team recently fullfilled the schedule for 2017 as well. Beside the ESPHM, the C-IN will provide the PCO service for International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separation and Related Techniques (HPLC 2017), World Hydrogen Technologies Convention (WHTC 2017) and 47TH Annual ESDR Meeting (ESDR 2017), which will take place in Salzburg.

 

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