The Aula Magna is an amphitheatre within the Rectory building of Lisbon University, in Cidade Universitária, a city university campus located in central Lisbon. An iconic heritage building with modern facilities and a total capacity of 1,653 seats, it is a reference venue for scientific and cultural events.

Aula Magna is served by doorstep access to metro and other means of transport. It is within only a few minutes' reach of the city's major cultural, business and air and railway hubs.

ADDRESS: Alameda da Universidade, Lisboa 
Metro: Yellow line, Cidade Universitária station
Bus: Lines 731, 738, 750, 755, 767, 768

In this Congress organized by international scientific societies, all presentations will be given in English. Two parallel sessions in addition to the main programme will be held in Portuguese and Spanish with slides in English. Lisbon is a cosmopolitan city where many languages are spoken but you will be able to communicate effectively in English in most situations. Lisboans usually speak fairly fluent English and are happy to do so with visitors.

Continuing Medical Education credits will be offered by UEMS and civil aviation authorities. Participants may also apply for CME credits in their own countries. Participants will receive a certificate of attendance. Check back the website for further information and for additional questions contact the Secretariat at .

The weather in Lisbon in October is usually mild with daily temperatures ranging from 15°C to 20°C. Night temperatures are usually mild. Light rain is possible. The time zone at this time of year is UTC+1. 

ALL RATES given in the programme are in EUROS (€).

In Portugal, the power plugs and sockets are type F. The standard voltage is 230 V, and the standard frequency is 50 Hz per second.