Major diabetes congress returns to Stockholmsmässan
The European Association for the Study of Diabetes, EASD, has decided to hold its annual meeting 2021 in Stockholm. It will be the fifth time the event is being held in Stockholm and for Stockholmsmässan the result of a long-term and strategic work has once again proven to give great results.
Digital Health Days - a conference aiming to shape the future of healthcare
Now in its 4th year, Digital Health Days is well established as one of Europe’s leading events in the field. The following statement by Anders Ekblom, chairman of Karolinska University Hospital holds truer than ever: “When medicine and digitalisation meet we see how a disruptive force is created in the health care space.”
Global elite in digital health to visit Digital Health Days
For the fourth year, Stockholmsmässan is arranging Digital Health Days, a two-day conference that focuses on how health care services can become even better at using digital solutions for both patients and personnel. The conference attracts many international guests and delegates to Stockholm, but there is also widespread online participation.
Better care with digital support – the world gathers for Digital Health Days
On Monday, August 25 Digital Health Days will open at Stockholmsmässan. It’s a two-day conference focusing on how advances in information technology can enhance future health and social care.
Stockholm signs on the leading International Liver Congress
For the first time, the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) has chosen to hold its 51st annual congress "The International Liver Congress" in Stockholm, Sweden, at the exhibition and congress center, Stockholmsmässan, in spring 2017. It has also decided that the congress will return in 2021. The congress is expected to attract around 10,000 participants to each occasion.
Two giants come to Digital Health Days: Steven Burrill and Don Jones to speak at conference in August
The program for Digital Health Days, Sweden's new conference about current and future digital health solutions, is taking shape. The most recent addition to the list of speakers features two real giants in the field, Don Jones and Steven Burrill, both with solid experience in the border area between life sciences, health and IT.