You have agreed to contribute to the EFSPI regulatory statistics workshop 2022. Many thanks for that!
This document provides necessary information for contributors to the workshop. For any further questions please do not hesitate to reach out to one of the local organizing committee members:
|Hans Ulrich Burger||Hans Ulrich Burger|
|Egbert Biesheuvel||Egbert Biesheuvel|
|Christoph Gerlinger||Christoph Gerlinger|
|Kaspar Rufibach||Kaspar Rufibach|
|Emmanuel Zuber||Emmanuel Zuber|
|Helle Lynggaard||Helle Lynggaard|
Please register yourself using this form.
As a premise note that EFSPI is non-profit making and as a principle does not pay an honorarium.
However, for students, members of the Scientific Program Committee, session chairs, presenters, poster presenters, and invited panelists we are able to offer the following benefits, depending on your affiliation:
|Travel 2nd / economy class||Reimbursed||Reimbursed|
However, please still register using this form.
We ask you to book your travel and accommodation yourself. We have reserved rooms at the following hotels:
We invite everyone to book these rooms themselves. The offers end at the given date or when all blocked rooms have been booked.
After the workshop, we would like to post presentation slide decks and recordings of the webinars to the EFSPI webpage (see here for the 2021 issue). Please let us know in case you would prefer NOT to post your slides and/or the recording to the EFSPI webpage.
If possible we would like to record the session and post it on the EFSPI webpage (see EFSPI regulatory statistics workshop 2021 for the 2021 issue). Please do let us know in case you would prefer NOT to be recorded. If \(\ge 1\) contributor opts out of recording we will not record the entire session.
We would be very grateful to receive a stable draft of your presentation slidedeck by 5th September 2022. This, in order to be flexible and to potentially run the slides from our end in case of issues with the internet connection.
We would also appreciate if you could share with us a short paragraph that the session chairs will use to introduce you during the session.
Please send all these materials to Kaspar Rufibach and cc: your respective session chairs.
Panels for poster presenters will be available. Poster should be the usual standard format (we can cater up to A0). The idea is that at least during the official lunch & poster session (14th September 12:30-15:00) that you would be near your poster and discuss and answer questions of participants.
Email your session chairs or Kaspar Rufibach.