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The XXVIth Nordic Medical History Congress in Uppsala, Sweden, May 31 - June 3, 2017
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To all of you who are planning to participate in the XXVIth Nordic Medical History Congress 2017 in Uppsala!
On behalf of the organizing committee, we want to announce that on September 1st 2016, a preliminary congress program will be posted on our website, https://nmhc2017.se.
From September 1st you have the possibility to make your registration to a reduced congress fee. Attached to this message is also the invitation to the congress.
Have a nice summer and we hope to hear from you in September!
The Congress Secretariat for the XXVIth Nordic Medical History Congress Christina Norberg and Annika Sander Björk
Invitation and Welcome Letter
It is our privilege and a great pleasure for us to invite you all from the Nordic and Baltic countries to Uppsala, Sweden, to take part in the XXVIth Nordic Medical History Congress from May 31 to June 3, 2017.
The congress will take place in the center of the old university town of Uppsala, close to the University building, the University museum Gustavianum, the University library Carolina Rediviva, the Cathedral, and the Castle of Uppsala.
We are preparing a scientific program with excellent key-note speakers in plenary lectures, with stimulating seminars, and the possibility to participate with own papers and posters according to the following themes.
Pioneers in Medicine
Pharmacy and Pharmacology
Registration for the congress and submission of abstracts for paper or poster presentations will take place from September, 2016, to the first of February, 2017.
We will also welcome you together with accompanying persons to:
- An Evening at the Medical History Museum
- A Reception at the Uppsala Castle
- A Congress dinner
- An Excursion to Carl von Linnés Botanical garden in Uppsala and to his Summerhouse outside the town
Looking forward to seeing you in Uppsala, Sweden
Lars Oreland Eva Ahlstenâ for the Organizing Committee and the Association of Medical History in Uppsala