It was my first time to attend BMJD meeting, over all a good experience. I am not clinician but my work focuses on translational research and this meeting gave me a good perspective on what the clinicians and their patients think or give priority when it comes to treatment or what to focus on developing new treatments.
Farasat Zaman, Sweden

Excellent, well organized.
Amihud Chernov, Israel

Absolutely brilliant conference. Very knowledgeable guest speakers, relevant topics and great venue. Food was brilliant too.
Andrew Miller, UK

The level of discussion as well as the diversity of subjects were outstanding.
Demissew S. Mern, Austria

The meeting was excellent. It is a familiar meeting and the format makes easy the networking. It is remarkable the equilibrium between groups of diseases. My residents have a great time because it was a handy meeting.
Alex Olive, Spain

It was an amazing update meeting for those of us who are interested in OA or for those who want to know news about the disease.
Ingrid Möller, Spain

I would like to say, that the level of the speakers was very high. The debates and the controversies were stimulating, challenging and enriching. The last, but not the least, the atmosphere was friendly, familiar and comforting.
Alberto Migliore, Italy
High-quality meeting with excellent speakers. Relevant for both clinicians and researchers.
Dr. Ida Haugen, Norway

Great opportunity for academics and clinicians to get together and discuss controversial areas.
Dr. Graeme Jones, Australia

A truly terrific learning experience. This is a gem of a boutique conference with terrific presentations and ease of interaction with faculty and attendees. I plan on attending them again in the future.
Dr. Joel Kremer, USA

The debate format for many topics allowed for succinct learning and to see both sides of current controversies. I would recommend this meeting strongly to practicing rheumatologists!
Dr. Janet Pope, Canada

It was my first BMJD meeting. I found it to be loaded with a number of up-to-date presentations by leaders in their field. Debates were a good opportunity to explore critically the limits of what is known. There were also opportunities to meet and discuss individually with experts.
Prof. Gilles Boire, Canada

I really enjoyed the opportunity to interact with leaders in osteoporosis research. The breadth and depth of topics covered in the sessions were excellent.
Dr. Lora Giangregorio, Canada

The 3rd BMJD Congress held in Montreal was a really good experience for persons interested in clinical and scientific topics regarding osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoporosis. The congress was big enough to have parallell sessions with high level lectures on several topics, and small enough to meet your colleagues to discuss and get to know new colleagues. In addition, the congress was very well organized.
Prof. Hilde Berner Hammer, Norway