Clean Med Europe 2021

November 29-December 3, 2021 | Belgium

CleanMed Europe is the only place where healthcare leaders come together from across Europe and beyond to share ideas, innovations, challenges, and solutions for sustainability in European healthcare.  The online conference showcases cutting-edge practices in sustainable healthcare and is the ideal venue for healthcare innovators to network and share ideas, finding new ways to drive change within their organisations and communities.

Spotlight

Every year heart disease, cancer and chronic conditions claim a heavy toll on all Americans, but minority communities — especially the African-American and Hispanic communities ­— are especially hard hit by chronic illnesses, according to federal and state data.


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October 24-26, 2022 | USA

After prodigious success of two versions, we are delighted to bring together professionals yet again from worldwide to share ideas, solutions, and success stories at the“3rdEdition of Global Conference on Addiction Medicine, Behavioral Health and Psychiatry”(GAB 2022)

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We are excited to announce this years keynotes and speakers for at the annual conference Digital Health World Congress 2022 in London, UK.

International Alzheimers Disease And Dementia Conference

June 15-16, 2022 | USA

Magnus Groupextends immense pleasure and honor to invite you to attend“International Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia Conference” (Dementia 2022)duringJune 15-16, 2022which is scheduled in Hybrid Format.

International Congress on Mental Health and Psychiatry

September 28-29, 2022 | USA

Access to all conference sessions, poster and exhibition area Conference kit includes Name Tag, Program Booklet and Abstract Book All accepted Abstracts will be published in the conference souvenir.

Spotlight

Every year heart disease, cancer and chronic conditions claim a heavy toll on all Americans, but minority communities — especially the African-American and Hispanic communities ­— are especially hard hit by chronic illnesses, according to federal and state data.

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