Friday 30th August 2013
Take this unique opportunity to join your colleagues and peers from throughout Europe for an informal moment of relaxation and the perfect chance to spend the evening aboard a cruise boat on the beautiful Lake Geneva. Enjoy drinks and a finger buffet whilst catching up with existing acquaintances and meeting new ones. Entertainment will be provided by Swiss band “Recall”.
Space is limited so don’t miss your opportunity to participate in this evening - not to be missed!
Tickets priced at CHF 120 per person – available when you register on-line.
The 11th EACPT Congress has been accredited by:
The SwAPP/SGPM for 25.5 credits
The SSPTC/SGKPT for 26 credits
The FPH for 175 credits (upon request)
The SGIM – number of credit to be confirmed
EACPT Lifetime Achievement Award:
This prize will be awarded for significant achievement, both for the benefit of science and also for the benefit and health of the specialty, over a whole working life. Click here to see more
EACPT Scientific Award:
This prize will be awarded for the best scientific paper on a topic relevant to clinical pharmacology published by a European clinical pharmacologist in the two years between the congresses EACPT2011 and EACPT2013. Click here to see more.
Geneva enjoys a worldwide reputation as a conference city; it embodies the creativity of science and technology, a vigorous business sector, and has a special cultural appeal with unmistakable flair and charm. Geneva is an ideal destination with its central location in Europe, served by an excellent transport and communication infrastructure. Draped around the deep blue waters of Lac Léman, Geneva has grown wealthy and influential as the cultural and economic focus of French-speaking Switzerland. It is also an international city and home to many global institutions such as the World Health Organization, International Red Cross, United Nations office, International Labour Organization, International Telecommunication Union, World Meteorological Organization, World Intellectual Property Organization and the European Organization for Nuclear Research.
How to get to Geneva
Located in the centre of Europe, Geneva is easily accessible by air and train from all major European cities, and there are interesting low-budget connections from several of them. The international airport is only 15 minutes from downtown. Public transportation from Geneva airport to downtown is offered free of charge (tickets available in the baggage claim area).
Getting around in Geneva
Geneva's centre is small enough to walk around. For the suburbs you will need to take a tram or bus. Daily passes are provided free of charge to Geneva hotel guests, courtesy of the Geneva Tourist Board.
Transportation and Accommodation
Geneva is easily accessible by air from all major European cities and there are low-budget connections form several of them. The international airport is only 15 minutes from the city centre. Geneva has a wide choice of hotels in different categories.