You will receive a personalised badge when collecting your registration documents. During the congress, this badge must be worn clearly visible at all times and grants access to the scientific sessions, commercial exhibition and official networking events. Admission to the congress will not be allowed without badge identification.
EuroPerio9 will be held entirely in English. Simultaneous translations in selected lecture halls may be offered following requests received by EFP National Societies.
Continuing Professional Development/Hours
EuroPerio9 is eligible for a maximum of 21 hours of continuing education (including 3 hours from sponsor sessions).
Payment of congress-related matters such as registration fees, tickets for networking programme will be handled in Euro (EUR) only, which is also the official currency in Amsterdam.
Insurance and Liabilities
The congress organisers will not assume any responsibility for accidents, losses or damages, as well as for delays or modifications in the programme, caused by unforeseen circumstances. No claims for indemnification from the organisers shall arise for contractors or participants in case of cancellation, for any reason, of the entire congress.
It is recommended to arrange a cancellation insurance for congress costs (i.e. registration fee, travel or accommodation costs).
Passport & Visa
Please check passport and visa requirements in due time before your departure. Visa information can be obtained from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Time Zone & Weather
Time Zone in June: Central European Summer Time (CEST) (UTC +2h)
The Netherlands have a mild climate typical to Northern Europe, similar to that of the United Kingdom. As a result, summers in Amsterdam are generally warm with occasional colder periods.
Rain can be expected throughout the year, with spring generally being the driest season. In June you can expect quite a bit of sunshine and an average temperature of 15°C and daytime highs of about 19–20°C.