EFP offers group discounts for Hong Kong master clinic
The EFP has announced that it will offer group discounts for registrations to its first event outside Europe – Perio Master Clinic 2019, which takes place in Hong Kong in March 2019.
Devoted to the prevention and treatment of soft- and hard-tissue defects in relation to peri-implantitis, Perio Master Clinic features an attractive line-up of leading international experts among the speakers and session chairs.
The EFP and its professional congress organiser Mondial Congress & Events are offering discounts on registration fees for groups of more than 10 people.
For groups of between 10 and 19 people, the “conference package” – which includes registration and two nights’ accommodation at the conference hotel with breakfast – the price per person will be €920 instead of the standard price of €950. For groups of more than 20 people, the conference package will cost each person €880.
Group registrations need to be made and paid for before December 7 and Mondial requests that interested groups get in contact (writing to firstname.lastname@example.org), so that individual requirements can be assessed.
Standard registration (without accommodation) costs €570 for members of EFP-affiliated national societies of periodontology and for members of the Hong Kong Society of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, which is collaborating with the EFP in organising the event. Non-members of these societies pay €690.
Accommodation has been reserved in the Harbour Grand Kowloon hotel (the venue of Perio Master Clinic 2019) and in two other nearby hotels. Full details are available on the event’s Registration and Accommodation page.
The full programme for Perio Master Clinic 2019, which takes place on March 1 and 2, 2019, can be consulted here.
To ensure an optimal learning environment, there will be a maximum of 550 participants and registrations will be made on a “first come, first served” basis.
“The EFP Perio Master Clinic is the premier forum for the promotion of clinical excellence in emerging and important clinical challenges in our specialty,” said conference chair Maurizio Tonetti.
“With this ground-breaking and exciting programme, the EFP is proud to enhance its mission and come to Asia to partner with our Asian colleagues to advance the shared vision of periodontal health for all.”