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April 22, 2003
Unique opportunity to support Emergency Medicine education
The Second Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress (MEMC)
Sitges/Barcelona, Spain, September 14th-17th, 2003
Dear Potential Exhibitor,
Second Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress (MEMC) will take
place in Sitges/Barcelona, Spain, on September 14th-17th, 2003.
This Congress follows the highly successful first Congress which
was held in Stresa, Italy, in September 2001. The First MEMC had
over 750 registrants from fifty-two different countries, 4 concurrent
tracks and over 350 research abstracts presented. An impressive
90% of the participants rated the Congress as an outstanding or
excellent experience and said that they would be interested in participating
in future versions of this Congress. The First MEMC brought together
in one event the largest line-up ever of specialty founders and
leaders in Emergency Medicine as speakers and participants, who
stated they consider it the best Emergency Medicine Conference they
have ever participated in and described it as "the turning
point" for the international development of Emergency Medicine
across the globe.
Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress is the collaborative effort
of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) and the European
Society for Emergency Medicine (EuSEM). The mission of the Congress
is to promote the practice of emergency medicine throughout the
world and to provide a forum for information exchange.
is however exceptional about this Second Mediterranean Congress
is 1) its even more impressive line-up of world-renown speakers
(relative to the First MEMC), and 2) of National and International
Societies and Organizations that have agreed to officially co-organize
or sponsor this event and to send delegations to participate in
include the Who's Who of the specialty of Emergency Medicine in
the world, the fathers, mothers, founders and leaders of the specialty,
and the leading specialty organizations in the world. The list is
simply impressive and too extensive to be included in this letter.
Congress uses a multi-track format that covers clinical, procedural,
administrative, research, and educational topics. The 5 concurrent
tracks include a Spanish Track. However, English will
be the official language used by speakers. The conference rooms
have the capacity to accommodate anywhere between 200 and 1400
financial support for the Congress comes from a variety of sources,
though at all times the educational program remains totally independent
of all external influences.
2003 Congress offers a unique opportunity for those pharmaceutical
and medical industries interested in supporting the development
of International Emergency Medicine. Those are listed in the accompanying
document titled "Sponsorship Options & Pricing Plan - Second
you are interested in exploring this exciting opportunity, please
contact both of us at Barcelona@emcongress.org or by calling Ms. Beth Wilson at 1-800-884-2236
or Dr. Roberta Petrino at 001-39-347-968-9806.
look forward to meeting you in Sitges/Barcelona and are most appreciative
for your consideration.
Kazzi, MD, FAAEM
AAEM Executive Chair, MEMC
EuSEM Executive Chair, MEMC