Dates to remember
|Registrations open||March 20th 2023|
|Abstract submission begins||March 20th 2023|
|ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED!||July 21st 2023|
|Deadline for Early Registration||July 31st 2023
The official languages of the congress are Greek (1st day) and English (2nd, 3rd and 4th day).
Banking Facilities and ATMs
Banks in Athens are generally open from Monday to Friday, from 08:00 to 14:00.
If you require additional information, please ask at the registration desk staff. They will be able to direct you to the closest bank.
There are cash machines (ATMs) nearby. The closest one is 2 minutes walking distance from the meeting venue.
For further information, please contact the registration desk.
Participants will receive their badges onsite at the registration desk.
The meeting badge should be worn by all participants at all times during the meeting to ensure access to the relevant areas. This includes the scientific sessions, the coffee-breaks and lunches, the exhibit area and other areas of the meeting venue as well as the social activities.
Only participants wearing their meeting badge will be admitted to the scientific sessions, to the exhibition and to the social events and catering.
Cancellation of the Congress
The 5th ISIDOG Congress Organization (International Society for Infectious Diseases in Gynecology and Obstetrics (ISIDOG) and PCOs) reserves the right to cancel the meeting, shift venue, or change dates without notice, in case of "force majeure". Neither ISIDOG nor the PCOs shall be liable for any damage claims (including without limitation, war, strikes, floods, governmental restrictions, power, telecommunications or internet failures, or malicious damage).
All participants are reminded that the 5th ISIDOG Congress Organization (ISIDOG, PCOs and Congress Venue) are not liable for any losses, accidents or damage to persons or private property. Participants and accompanying persons are strongly advised to make their own arrangements in respect to health, personal and travel insurance in their country of origin. Participation in all excursions, tours etc. is at personal risk.
In case of emergency
You can use the following numbers:
Emergency Number 112
First Aid 166
Fire Department 199
Internet access / Wi-fi
Wireless internet is available in all areas at the conference venue during the conference time.
All participants are asked to switch mobile phones off or to silent mode during the scientific sessions.
Smoking is not permitted in closed public areas, including the conference venue and the atrium, airports, hotels, restaurants, shops, or workplaces and is only allowed in specific designated/signed areas.
The dress code for the conference, including the Welcome Reception and the Greek Night Dinner, is informal.
Greece is +2h GMT/UTC during standard time.
In Greece the electrical current is 220V, AC (50 Hz). Electrical sockets comply with European regulations.
Since 2002, the currency used in Greece is the euro (€). One euro is divided up into 100 cents.
While the month of October in Athens is still quite warm, the summer heat starts to cool off as the fall season approaches.
The average temperature this month is 19,5°C (67°F), while the average low drops to 15,6°C (60°F), and the average high is still a warm 23,2°C (73,7°F).