Amsterdam Abstracts Reach a Record High!

Amsterdam Abstracts Reach a Record High!

With 2019 marking the 15th anniversary of PhUSE, there is already good cause for celebration. In addition to this milestone, we are delighted to share with you a historic achievement in our Society’s journey: our EU Connect 2019 has hit an all-time record for Stream abstract submissions! An impressive 298 abstracts were submitted before the close of Call for Papers on 26th April. With such a high number to choose from, the Connect Committee now have the difficult task of selecting the topics of most interest across the industry. Thank you to everyone who submitted an abstract. Authors will be notified in June.

This high number of submissions signifies the continuous success and increasing popularity of our Annual Connects. Healthcare professionals come together at our multi-day conferences to share their ideas and knowledge and to grow professionally. The opportunities for learning and networking are second to none, and the range of topics presented brings great appeal across industry.

If you have not yet secured your place for this year’s EU Connect, in Amsterdam, be sure to register by 26th July to receive the Early Bird discount.

Yet, before we stride ahead, we invite you to take some time to read the presentations from our EU Connect in Frankfurt last year. Here, you will also find the Best in Stream winners highlighted in bold.

We look forward to congratulating a new round of winners in the Netherlands in November!

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