I really enjoyed the meeting and enjoyed chatting to the many delegates from all over the world. There were some great sessions and it was great that there was so much discussion. It is an excellent model for a meeting.
Mark Beattie, UK
I want to express my appreciation for this congress for the illuminating talks and lectures and good organisation. Looking forward to join your meetings again.
Khaled Ashry, Kuwait
Meeting very well organized; Very interesting matters; Very interesting discussions and opinions; Good Hotel and premises; Excellent choice for the meeting (Amsterdam).
Miguel Palha, Portugal
This international congress gives a lot of opportunities to share information on scientific and evidence based knowledge, among paediatric health professionals.
Rani Wasala, UK
I think that the 2nd CoPedia Congress was an outstanding forum to the vivid discussion of controversial diagnostic and therapeutical problems in the different fields of pediatrics. The presentations and discussions helped very much the participants to recognise the most relevant results on these specific fields. The main characteristic of this event was the high standard of presentation and the open atmosphere for discussion. In my session (Nutrition in the first 1000 days) it was especially important presentations and even the lecturers were able to learn from the questions and comment raised by the participants.
Dr. Andras Arato, Hungary
Thank you for the arrangements and spotless organisation. It was a pleasure to visit beautiful Budapest and participate in this well organised meeting. I look forward to working with you again sometime in the future.
Jorge Amil Dias, Portugal
The 2nd CoPedia Congress was held in the majestic city of Budapest and attracted around 500 participants from almost 50 countries. All sessions were very well attended and lively discussions took place with both the presenters and the participants. The organizers found an outstanding venue with the Marriott hotel and the organization was flawless. I am looking forward to attend more of these meetings in the years to come.
Johannes N. van den Anker, Switzerland, USA and the Netherlands
Very interactive meeting! Each presentation elicited audience participation and interesting discussions.
Dr. Sharon Nachman, USA
It was a great pleasure to be invited at the CoPedia and to meet you again, in the wonderful Budapest, thank you. Everything was perfectly organized, thank you again and the GI sessions were very interesting. I also enjoyed the session of oral presentations, that I was fortunate to chair. The young researchers presented wonderful studies, they were so enthusiastic and it was a real pleasure.
Dr. Daniela Serban, Romania
I greatly appreciate the congress organization. It was very efficient and friendly. The congress location at Marriott Budapest was great.
Prof. François Gonon, France
Many thanks for having me invited to CoPedia. It was a great pleasure. This was a great opportunity to be part of this innovative and excellent congress. The concept of this meeting was well elaborated and resulted in excellent sessions including spontaneous debates and discussions. Congratulations.
Dr. Thomas Kühne, Switzerland
A great conference! Very efficient staff. Pleasant, low-key atmosphere backed by knowledgeable faculty. Great meeting colleagues from very di verse backgrounds and exchanging views especially with regard to practice variations.
Dr. Dennis Scolnik, Canada
It was really exciting to participate to this excellent scientific meeting. Especially for me it was very important to contribute to the success of the Allergy Truck, offering also me the opportunity to present the original results of the some research that we have done in Palermo. I hope very much that in the future there will be other opportunities to participate to the next scientific meeting.
Prof. Stefania La Grutta, Italy
My experience was excellent both as concerns the scientific programme and social aspects. I very much enjoyed a vivid discussion in our session which will help me in my future work, and hope will have an enduring effect on clinical practice of participants.
Jernej Dolinsek, Slovenia