17-19 March, 2021
Utrecht, The Netherlands. Exact location to be confirmed.
Utrecht, the fourth city of The Netherlands, is home to its second largest university. The origin of the city goes back to Roman times. The medieval city center is famous for its “werfkelders”: the boardwalks by the city’s canals. In 1713 the treaty of Utrecht was negotiated and signed here: the first major multi-national peace treaty that ended the Spanish war of succession. The city hosts various film, dance, music, literature and poetry festivals, and it is one of the UNESCO Cities of Literature (in particular we accomodate a lot of poets).
Direct trains leave every 15 minutes from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to the center of Utrecht; the trip takes just under half an hour.
All medical specialists (and trainees) who regularly prescribe antibiotics. The level is in particular set at residents in internal medicine and emergency medicine, ICU fellows and residents in medical microbiology.
Maximum number of participants
European CME-accreditation will be applied for.
Costs (included: all lunches; dinner on day 1 and 2)
- Medical Specialist: € 650,00 until December 15th 2020 – € 800,00 after this date.
- Student/Resident: € 475,00 until December 15th 2020 – € 600,00 after this date.
- Other (not employed by a hospital or academic institution): € 1400,00 until December 15th 2020 – € 1700,00 after this date.
Participants have to make their own arrangements for travel and lodging.
Further details and information
Dr Maarten Heuvelmans
Dept. Clinical Microbiology
3584 CX Utrecht