The most relevant information listed below in alphabetical order.
The participant's name badge will be provided at the registration desk. All participants are requested to wear the badge throughout the meeting. Only badge holders will be admitted to the sessions.
For lost namebadge 20€ will be charge for new.
Business hours & shopping
Shops are open between 10.00 and 18.00 hrs on weekdays and from 10.00 to 15.00 on Saturdays. Shops in the city centre have extended opening hours, some even on Sundays between 12.00 and 16.00 hrs.
Certificate of Attendance
Certificates of Attendance will be provided for all participants. The Certificate of Attendance will be sent out by e-mail the week after the meeting.
Climate and clothing
The average temperature in June is around 18 C.
International credit cards are accepted for payments in hotels, restaurants and shops.
The currency in Sweden is the Swedish krona, SEK.
The Meeting Organisers or the Meeting Secretariat cannot accept liability for injuries or losses of whatever nature incurred by participants and/or accompanying persons, nor for loss of or damage to their luggage and/or personal belongings. Please check the validity of your own travel insurance. All reasonable endeavours will be made to hold the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences Annual Meeting and to present its program as scheduled under circumstances which assure the comfort and safety of all participants and accompanying persons. However, neither the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences Annual Meeting nor its committees, representatives or agents, shall be held liable by any person as a result of the cancellation of the meeting or of any of the arrangements, programs or plans connected therewith, or for any injury, damage or inconvenience which may be suffered by any person while travelling to or from, or during such person's presence in Sweden in connection with this Meeting. Participants and accompanying persons are advised to purchase their own insurance against any such occurrences.
Electricity in Sweden is 220V and 50 Hz with 2-hole sockets. We recommend you to bring an universal power adapter if needed.
Letter of invitation
Participants requiring a visa for entry to Sweden are strongly advised to make their application in their home country at least two month before the intended date of travel.
Please contact your nearest Swedish/Schengen Embassy, Consulate or your Travel agency for more information. If you are not flying directly to Sweden please note that a transit visa might be needed for some countries in order to be able to continue your travel to Sweden.
If a letter of invitation and proof of insurance is needed for the visa application, MKON can send this upon request after you have registered for the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences Annual Meeting and full payment has been received. Please e-mail email@example.com if you are in need of an invitation letter.
The letter of invitation does not represent a commitment on the part of the Organisers to provide financial support.
For a list of Embassies and Consulates, please visit the website: www.sweden.gov.se
Morning/afternoon coffee and lunch will be served in the exhibition area.
By attending this event and/or associated events as part of the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences Annual Meeting, you consent to being filmed or photographed. These images/films may then be used as part of future marketing campaigns and/or be archived on the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences Annual Meeting website or other open access internet resource such as Facebook or Flickr.
Printed meeting material
We are an environmentally-friendly meeting and do therefore avoid printed meeting material. All information about the meeting is available on this website.
Gothenburg has a well-developed public transport system. For more information please visit https://www.vasttrafik.se/en/
Sweden has a non-smoking policy, i.e. smoking is prohibited in and directly outside public buildings, public transport, taxis, buses and trains.
Sweden is in the Central European Time zone.
For information about things to do in Gothenburg, please visit the official tourist website: goteborg
Participants needing a visa for entry to Sweden are strongly advised to make their application in their home country and well in advance. If in doubt, information can be obtained from your nearest Swedish Embassy or consulate, or from your travel agency. Please note that whilst invitation letters will be sent in advance of the Meeting, neither the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences Annual Meeting nor the Meeting Organisers can be held responsible for failure to obtain a visa and in such an event it will not be possible to reimburse the registration or the hotel fee.