EuSEM 2017: XI European Congress of Emergency Medicine 2017

EuSEM 2017






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XIth European Congress of Emergency Medicine -the true successor of the MEMC Congress- organised in the beautiful and historical city of Athens.

Athens, the capital of Greece, source of culture and civilization and the origin of modern medicine, a city that is inspiring any generation for its reach past and history, its beauties, elegance and fascination of monuments like the two UNESCO world heritage sites, the Acropolis and the Daphni Monastery, is waiting for you from 23 to 27 September 2017.

You will have the opportunity to meet colleagues from all Europe and the 5 continents, to exchange ideas and to share science, to spend days in a stimulating and gorgeous environment.

You will have the opportunity to listen to the most renowned speakers, leaders in the field of Emergency Medicine, but also to confront yourself and your knowledge and skills in interactive sessions, simulation stations, meet-the-expert events, case based discussions, clinical challenges, social networking and activities that will make the experience of this congress a unique and unforgettable one.

Organising Societies

The XIth EuSEM Congress is organised by the European Society for Emergency Medicine (EuSEM), in association with the Hellenic Society for Emergency Medicine (HESEM).

Non-Reduced Fee Countries

Reduced Fee Countries (see countries list)

Physicians/ Other Trainees/Nurses/Paramedics

Physicians/ Other Trainees/Nurses/Paramedics


650 € 330 €

385 € 200 €

Members of EuSEM National Society (see societies list)590 € 310 €360 € 185 €
EuSEM Member540 € 275 € 325 € 170 €
HESEM Member360 € 140 €
One day registration275 € 145 €175 € 95 €

STANDARD REGISTRATION FEES - 5 August till 1st September, 2017

Non-Reduced Fee Countries

Reduced Fee Countries (see countries list)

Physicians/ Other Trainees/Nurses/Paramedics

Physicians/ Other Trainees/Nurses/Paramedics


810 € 410 €

490 € 450 €

Members of EuSEM National Society (see societies list)740 € 380 €450 € 230 €
EuSEM Member670 € 340 € 410 € 210 €
HESEM Member450 € 170 €
One day registration345 € 180 €210 € 115 €

LATE & ONSITE REGISTRATION FEES - From 2 September, 2017

Non-Reduced Fee Countries

Reduced Fee Countries (see countries list)

Physicians/ Other Trainees/Nurses/Paramedics

Physicians/ Other Trainees/Nurses/Paramedics


970 € 490 €

585 € 300 €

Members of EuSEM National Society (see societies list)885 € 450 €535 € 275 €
EuSEM Member810 € 410 € 490 € 250 €
HESEM Member550 € 200 €
One day registration410 € 210 €250 € 135 €

Getting to Athens

The best way to arrive to Athens is by air, but there are, or course, the alternative routes by train, car or ferry boats which leave from various ports of Italy like Venice, Ancona, Bari , Brindisi and Otranto as well as the train journey through the Balkan Peninsula. Visitors to Athens and Greece in general from the European Union countries and Schengen countries (do not need a visa and they can travel with their ID's.


Athens International Airport Website:

The airport serves flights to Greece daily from several international airlines from all over the world

Getting to the airport:

The metro and the Proastiakos Suburban rail as well as taxis and buses to and from Athens are to be found opposite the main exit of the airport, the bus journey is cheap and takes between 40 and 45 minutes to the city centre at Syntagma (Parliament) Square (of course depending on the time and traffic), therefore the best way is to take the Athens metro that connects the airport with Athens and Piraeus. There are car hire agencies at the airport and if you want to rent a car.


Train travel is not so much in fashion anymore due to the complexity of the journey through the Balkans. For those arriving from western Europe by car or train a good recommendation is to use the Greek ferries route from Italy to Greece.


Athens' road network consists of motorways, national roads, highways and asphalt roads. Greece's main road axes are:

  • Athens - Thessaloniki (E 75)
  • Athens - Corinth (E 94)
  • Corinth - Patras (E 65)
  • Corinth - Tripoli - Kalamata (E 65)
  • Patras - Pyrgos - Olympia (E 55)
  • Thessaloniki – Kavala - Alexandroupoli (E 90)

The new Attiki Odos Motorway in Athens is a cutting-edge motorway that links the town of Elefsina (located in western Attica) to the Eleftherios Venizelos Athens International Airport (Spata, eastern Attica). Part of the Athens peripheral ring road, it circumvents Athens and offers 27 main and secondary interchanges for entrance and exit into /from the capital. To enter the motorway tolls are paid, the fare depending on vehicle category based on height and axis number.

Getting to the Venue

How to reach MAICC

MAICC is situated right in the heart of Athens and is easily accessible by metro, bus and trolley bus. It is also located at a walking distance from major hotels and many other smaller hotels. Commuting to and from the city centre and the Athens International Airport or other locations is quite easy:

  • 30 min. from the Athens International Airport (
  • 3-5 min. from the city centre.

By Metro: There is direct access from the airport and the city centre to MAICC from the metro station “Megaron Moussikis” on metro line 3 (blue line). Please visit the Athens Metro website for detailed information at

By Bus: The following buses, express buses and trolley buses pass and stop near The International Conference Centre of the Athens Concert Hall

  • Buses: 450, 550, 601, 603
  • Express Buses: X95 (direct airport line), A5, E6, E7, X14
  • Cable "Trolley" Buses: 3, 7, 8, 13

For more information about the public transportation network in Athens please visit:

From the airport: Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” is located in Spata, 33 km southeast of Athens and serves all international and domestic flights. The airport is easily accessible from MAICC and the city centre via motorway, express bus or metro. An average journey by taxi from the airport to the city centre should take approximately 40-50 minutes, depending on traffic, costing around €25 –30. The express bus line X95 (direction Syntagma) serves Athens city centre. A ticket for the airport express line costs €3.20. It allows unlimited travel by all public transport means (incl. bus and metro) for 24 hours from the time of validation. The metro line 3 runs every 10 minutes from the airport and the trip to the city centre takes approximately 30 minutes and costs €6.

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