Travel through blood in 3D
Our team’s expertise and the recent remodelling of our facilities are crucial in building medical congress loyalty
Would you like to travel through blood in 3D? Find out how in the campaign run by the Spanish Society of Haematology and Haemotherapy (SEHH), the Spanish Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (SETH) and the Spanish Society of Blood Transfusion (SETS) in which they encourage you to get to know your blood better. Another of their initiatives aimed at the general public is the Charity Run for Haematology Patients the proceeds of which will go to three patient associations in the Valencian Region including the Spanish Cancer Association (AECC) in Valencia.
Both events are designed to engage with society and make haematology more accessible to the public at large. They are to be held as part of the 61st National SEHH Congress and the 35th National SETH Congress which will take place on 24-26 October at the Valencia Conference Centre. These two scientific meetings bring together 2,000 people and also coincide with the SEHH’s 60th anniversary. Their objectives are to raise public awareness about haematological diseases and address the latest advances in blood cancer and innovative medicines and their impact on the sustainability of the healthcare system.
This is the third time these congresses have chosen Valencia to present their breakthroughs and the high level of satisfaction of the SEHH and SETH has been decisive in their return to our building. Our strengths are the experience gained by our team in medical events combined with cutting-edge technology and our rooms’ versatility. One of the most pressing needs delegates have, including medical sector visitors, is to be able to run working groups in a number of break-out rooms. We have recently remodelled our facilities for this purpose in order to provide greater flexibility and a variety of meeting formats. These new rooms are fitted with state-of-the-art projection and sound equipment, LED lighting and wireless connectivity.
Save the date! The social activities begin on 23 October in Plaza del Ayuntamiento.
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