Admission to the scientific sessions is strictly reserved to registered congress members. Minors cannot access the session halls, even if accompanied by a registered adult. The same also applies to the Exhibition.
In order to be fully compliant with both the EFPIA and MedTech, ERA-EDTA does not extend hospitality in any way to persons other than the registered congress participants, i.e. healthcare professionals.
CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
The certificate of attendance will not be printed as a hard copy onsite. It can only be available after the congress.
More information in due course at www.era-edta.org.
Only the days in which you have actively scanned your badge will be printed in the certificate of attendance.
CEPD (Continuing Education and Professional Development) & Hands-on Courses – Participation and Certificate
The CEPD/Hands-on Courses are reserved to regularly registered congress members. In order to participate in the CEPD/Hands-on Courses held on June 6, 2020, all participants must register online at www.era-edta.org/en/milan2020/.
Certificate of attendance and UEMS CME credits will be available after the congress. More information in due course at www.era-edta.org.
The ERA-EDTA is insured only to meet claims arising from incidents caused by the organisers and their equipment.
Participants, exhibitors and visitors are strongly advised to be properly insured against accidents that could occur when travelling to and from the Congress and during the Congress itself.
LANGUAGE OF THE CONGRESS
The official language of the Congress is English. No simultaneous translation will be provided.
For accredited journalists only. Full press working facilities and activities, including press conferences, press releases and services for press will be available at the MiCo – Milano Convention Centre during the Congress. For more information contact the ERA-EDTA Press Office at email@example.com.
The official congress hashtag is #ERAEDTA20. Social Media Guidelines will be available on the Congress website.
UEMS CME CREDITS
An application will be made to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) for CME accreditation of the 57th ERA-EDTA Congress and pre-congress CMEs. The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS).
Congress members receiving certificates for ECMEC credits must contact their National Accreditation Authority to have the credits recognised (or converted) in their country of practice.
EACCME credits are recognised by the American Medical Association (AMA) towards the Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA). To convert EACCME credit to AMA PRA category 1 credit, you should contact the AMA directly. The total number of CME credits given to the ERA-EDTA Milan Congress will be posted on the website as soon as they are available.
HOW TO RECEIVE UEMS CME CREDITS
ERA-EDTA will track attendance of congress members during the congress at the MiCo – Milano Convention Centre each day.
Regularly registered congress members must selfscan their badge at the kiosks at the entrance of the lecture rooms (at registered congress members’s own responsibility). The UEMS certificate reflecting the actual attendance (based in the scanning done) can ONLY be available after the congress. More information in due course at www.era-edta.org.
The UEMS CME Credit certificate shall NOT be sent by post.
MiCo – Milano Convention Centre
Piazzale Carlo Magno, 1
20149 Milan – Italy