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25th European Paediatric Rheumatology Congress

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PReS 2018 will offer a state-of-the-art programme with challenging presentations and enriching debates of the more recent scientific investigations, including new syndromes and their treatment, trials for old diseases of young people and an up-to-date of care of the more severe juvenile rheumatic diseases.

Celebrate 25 years of progress in Paediatric Rheumatology with us, and invest in a full year of continuous learning with the Full Congress Access fee. This fee grants you access to all of the presentations taking place at PReS 2018 in a digital format for a full year.

Join us in Portugal for an exciting combination of science, professional exchange and meeting with old and new friends at the biggest international congress for paediatric rheumatology! 

*See the Partial Congress Access fees on our website.


Early Bird (until 27.06.2018) - PReS Member: EUR 550.0, Early Bird (until 27.06.2018) - PReS Non-member: EUR 605.0, Early Bird (until 27.06.2018) - PReS Member - Trainee/HPPR/Researcher: EUR 330.0, Early Bird (until 27.06.2018) - PReS Non-member - Trainee/AHP/Researcher: EUR 385.0, Regular (until 21.08.2018) - PReS Member: EUR 605.0, Regular (until 21.08.2018) - PReS Non-member: EUR 715.0, Regular (until 21.08.2018) - PReS Member - Trainee/HPPR/Researcher: EUR 385.0, Regular (until 21.08.2018) - PReS Non-member - Trainee/AHP/Researcher: EUR 440.0, On Site - PReS Member: EUR 715.0, On Site - PReS Non-member: EUR 800.0, On Site - PReS Member - Trainee/HPPR/Researcher: EUR 495.0, On Site - PReS Non-member - Trainee/AHP/Researcher: EUR 550.0



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