It will be possible to access the content of the 11th European Congress of Sports Medicine (EFSMA),via online streaming.
Hall A lectures will be streamed live and Hall B lectures will be recorded and streamed subsequently. All congress presentations will be archived and accessible even after the congress has concluded.
The EFSMA congress is aimed at everyone who is in any way involved in the field of sports medicine. The congress will attract around 400 participants from 42 countries of the world. Over the course of three days, 70 speakers from 25 countries will deliver 75 lectures, and additional six workshops and three courses will be conducted. The organizers have drawn up a multidisciplinary programme aimed at specialists and specialty trainees of occupational medicine, traffic and sports medicine, paediatrics, family medicine, orthopaedics, traumatology, as well as physicians practising other specialties who deal with young athletes or wish to use physical exercise as a form of ‘medication’ in treating chronic non-communicable diseases. Other expected delegates are physiotherapists, kinesiologists and coaches, sports scientists, as well as young physicians and medical and sports students who aim to maintain or restore health in a different way.
Only your personal email address should be communicated to apply for live congress streaming and subsequently access the archived recordings.
You will receive a return mail no later than Thursday, 3 October 2019 starting from 13.00 from the MORELTV YouTube channel, informing you that you can access content on live streaming or view the archival recordings of the congress lectures.
The application fee for live congress streaming and subsequent access to the archives is:
- EUR 150 coaches
- EUR 250 physicians EFSMA members
- EUR 300 physicians EFSMA non- members
Please credit the amount to the following account:
Zveza društev - Slovensko zdravniško društvo
Dunajska cesta 162
VAT identification no.: SI21976562
IBAN: SI56 0222 2001 9518 588
Bank account reference: 00 090-2019