We regret to inform you that the spread of the Covid-19 virus has forced us to move the congress from March 5-7 to 12-14 July 2020, in Prague, for reason of force majeure.
We are sure you understand that this forced choice has been very painful and will probably have consequences for all of us. However, the Steering Committee, together with the Patient Board, has done its best to maintain the integrity of the congress and its lectures, workshops, opportunities for networking etc.. Our main goal is to be sure that the Scleroderma community carries on, is ever stronger and can meet safely.
This website will be updated with the new scientific programme, the intention is to confirm the same programme than March dates.
Registration fees will be reimbursed to participants who are not willing to participate in July, by writing within March 15, 2020 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope that you will be able to attend the July edition of the Systemic Sclerosis World Congress.
The Steering Committee
Local Organizing Committee
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF PRAGUE
MUDR. ZDENĚK HŘIB
The first 5 congresses in Florence 2010, Madrid 2012, Rome 2014, Lisbon 2016 and Bordeaux 2018 were a significant successes. These congresses have contributed to the knowledge about scleroderma all over the world. Colleagues from different specialties, junior trainees, health professionals and patients have gathered together and they have profited by challenging programmes including clinical experience, interactive sessions and basic science. Along with the medical component of the congress, the patient program has grown with increasing attendance and extended lectures subjects.
We believe that the 6th World Scleroderma Congress will provide an exciting and up to date scientific programme. The combination of hands-on workshops, lectures, oral presentations and satellite sessions will provide an eclectic mix of experiences that will be put at disposal for all attendees. We welcome you to join us in Prague in 2020 for a stimulating experience in the world of scleroderma