The Local Organising Committee, which includes representative members from major academic centres in Denmark, Norway andSweden has, together with the EAACI Scientific Committee under the lead of Marek Jutel, established an exciting programme under the main theme: Challenging Dogmas. The aims are not only to provide delegates with a comprehensive and broad update of basic and clinical research in our field, but also to evaluate critically established scientific dogmas to foster sound and vivid scientific discussions of the paradigms on which we should base our future diagnosis, treatment and prevention strategies.
The Copenhagen Congress will add further dimensions to the exciting experience of EAACI congresses, fully satisfying new participants and pleasantly surprising regular attendees. Needless to say that the scientific programme will be more forward thinking and innovative than ever before, as a result of the systematic and inspired work of EAACI’s Scientific Programme Committee (SPC).
For the Congress in Copenhagen, EAACI will offer Continuous Medical Education (CME) credits. The number of CME credits assigned to the EAACI Congress 2014 in Copenhagen will be announced on the Congress website prior to the event.