11th Panhellenic Conference

The collaboration of Mindwork with the National School of Public Health Department of Health Economics has been proven a long-term relationship. For the fourth time in a row, in December 2015, Mindwork organised the Conference of the NSPH Department of Health Economics, entitled “Seeking a new plan for Health and Healthcare”.

The well-established Conference of the NSPH Department of Health Economics enjoyed the participation and contribution of almost the entirety of all stakeholders partaking in the introduction, discussion and formulation of views and opinions on healthcare reform, based on both scientific documentation and a spirit of national and social consensus.

The Conference in numbers

900participants
170speakers
40sessions
6pre-conference seminars
3daily newsletters

Organised by:

  • Τhe National School of Public Health, Department of Health Economics;
  • the Hellenic Scientific Society of Health Economics & Health Policy;
  • the Hellenic Society for Pharmacoeconomics; and
  • the Hellenic Society for Healthcare Services Management

When: 10-12 December 2015

Services: Project management, Support, Promotion, Sponsors & Exhibition

Added value services:

  • pre-conference tutorials
  • creation and support of a fully dynamic and constantly updated webpage
  • Twitter account
  • daily e-newsletter throughout the conference
  • webcasting
  • scanner-barcoding
  • market research (with an option for on-line participation, using the WEB-QUEST e-platform)
  • multimedia gallery
  • e-book of the conference minutes

The Mindwork factor

Mindwork, with years of experience as professional congress planner, consistently offers excellent results in terms of organisation, technical support and aesthetical approach. Nothing but short of creative ideas, for the purposes of 11th Conference:

  • we organised —with the scientific support of the NSPH— special sessions, such as the Workshop on Generic Drugs, with a view to drafting a consensus document and contributing to the public dialogue on a controversial matter; as well as a session on a hot topic both for Greece and Europe, Population Movement in relation to public health, aiming at furthering the understanding of a complex problem;
  • we produced an extended ‘highlights video’, including brief interviews with keynote speakers and VIPs renowned in the political field, in public health and the healthcare industry in Greece, and presented the main themes of the Conference.

 

 

  • Client: Τhe National School of Public Health, Department of Health Economics
  • Date: December, 2015
  • Services: Project management, Support, Promotion, Sponsors & Exhibition
  • URL: http://2015.healthpolicycongress.gr/