Thirty-first meeting, 27-30 June 2023
The PAGE 2023 meeting will be held at Palexco, A Coruña, Spain.
Abstract submission is now closed. The review period is scheduled to end on 10 April 2023 and authors will be notified of the outcome of the review process on or before this date. No abstracts submitted after 08.00 CET on 20 March 2023 will be accepted.
Conference location and dates
PAGE 2023 will take place in A Coruña, Spain, from 27 June to 30 June 2023.
The PAGE meeting takes place in an informal atmosphere with vivid scientific discussion. PAGE 2023 will be held at the Palexco Convention and Exhibition Centre. The meeting starts with a welcome reception on Tuesday evening 27 June. The scientific programme will start on Wednesday morning 28 June and will end at noon on Friday 30 June. Participants are encouraged to attend all conference days and present their work in the form of an oral presentation or poster.
Preliminary programme items:
- Successes and Failures of Extrapolating Drug Efficacy and Safety from Adults to the Pediatric Population
Our special abstract topic this year! In paediatric drug development, the topic of extrapolation of efficacy - and potentially also safety - information from the adult to the paediatric population is a recurring point of discussion. The approach to be taken and which studies to perform are guided by similarity between the paediatric and adult populations with respect to course of disease, response to the drug and exposure-response relationship. Planning and performing pediatric drug development is therefore not a simple task and in this special Oral abstract category, we invite you to submit and present not only successful but specifically also non-successful approaches and attempts, with a focus on what obstacles were experienced and how similarity between paediatrics and adults could be demonstrated. Oral abstract submissions on this topic are very welcome.
- The Lewis Sheiner Student Session
In 2005, the PAGE organising committee inaugurated the annual Lewis Sheiner Student Session, both to honour the memory of Lewis Sheiner and to highlight his lifetime passion for student education. Students who wish to be considered for this session should submit an extended abstract.
- The abstract must be structured with the following subheadings: Objectives / Methods / Results / Conclusion / References.
- There must be at least 6,000 but not more than 7,000 characters (including spaces) in the abstract text (excluding Title / Authors/ Affiliation and References).
- The submitted work must have been performed either as part of an MSc or PhD programme and/or will ultimately form part of a PhD thesis.
- Each year a rotating committee of three members, representative of the PAGE community, will judge who should receive the honour of presenting in the Lewis Sheiner Student Session. The committee consists of one volunteering member of the PAGE Scientific Organizing Committee (SOC), or Advisors, and the other 2 members are nominated by the SOC/Advisors and are regular PAGE participants who have made substantial contributions to PAGE in the past. Diversity and inclusiveness in representation are prioritized by the SOC/Advisors when constituting the review committee annually.
- If selected, the student will automatically receive a 300€ travel grant. A permanent list of students, with links to their presentation, will be maintained on the web site.
- The Stuart Beal Methodology Session
As a tribute to Stuart Beal, there is a Stuart Beal Methodology Session. The organising committee will choose presenters from the submitted abstracts.
The abstract submission deadline is Sunday 19 March 2023, and is the same for all submitted abstracts (Lewis Sheiner Student Session, orals, and posters) and there will be no option for late submissions. In practice, this means that any new abstract entered into the system after 23:59 CET on 19 March 2023 will be removed by the system administrator. The PAGE organising committee cares about the quality of all abstracts, and sufficient time is required for judging them.
Satellite Meetings and Virtual Events
If you are interested in organising a satellite meeting, please contact the local organising agency El Corte Ingles at email@example.com. Please note that PAGE itself is not involved in organising satellite workshops or booking venues, etc, and satellite meetings cannot be booked through the PAGE website.
El Corte Ingles, the professional congress organizer for 2023, has secured a variety of hotels for the PAGE meeting, which range from luxurious to more standard accommodations at preferential rates for PAGE attendees. To check these special rates and/or to book your accommodation please check here (it is necessary to create a username and password): https://www.emma.events/page2023.
As June is a high season in A Coruña, and rooms will be booked on a first-come first serve basis, we kindly advise all the delegates to proceed with their bookings well in advance.
PAGE Student Sponsorship
A PAGE Student Sponsorship to support travel and accommodation expenses will be made available to a number of students unable to obtain any other financial support. Applications will be judged on a case-by-case basis by a selection committee. A form with criteria and details on how to apply can be downloaded from here. Applications need to be submitted no later than 19 March 2023, so don't leave it too late and make sure you receive confirmation of receipt when sending your application.
Registration for PAGE 2023 is now open. Please note, however, that the social event is now fully booked. Anyone registering after 18 February 2023 is on the waiting list and will be notified in the order in which they registered if additional places become available.
Please keep our database up to date by editing your existing profile if required!
- If you've forgotten your password, a reminder can be requested automatically from the website by e-mail.
- If you've forgotten your password and changed your e-mail address then please contact the PAGE admin team (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Updates of personal details in the website are confirmed automatically by email. Note that if you do not receive a confirmation, you should check that your e-mail address is correctly entered in the designated field.
Registration fees and payment
Registration fees for 2023 are as follows:
- Industry participants: €675 / £565
- Academic participants: €450 / £380
- Student participants
- With poster: €75 / £65
- Without poster: €135 / £115
Registration fees are non-refundable even for reasons of force majeure.
Fees include coffee, tea and lunch on all days, the welcome reception on 27 June and the social event on 29 June. Accompanying persons may attend the welcome reception and the social event for a fee.
Participant places are limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Registration fees must be paid at the PAGE website within 14 days of registration. Failure to meet this deadline will automatically place your registration on the waiting list.
Students wishing to qualify for the student registration fee will need to upload, at the time of registration, a scanned copy of a signed letter of support from their supervisor indicating that they will be full time students in an MSc or PhD programme at the time of the PAGE meeting, and a scan of their current student card. If this information (and an abstract if applicable) is not available at the time of the abstract deadline (19 March 2023), non-reduced fees will be charged.
No refunds will be given once the registration fee has been paid, not even in the extremely unlikely event that the meeting is cancelled due to force majeure. Substitution of delegates will be accepted at any time.
Software demonstrations and exhibitor spaces
Software companies, academic software application developers and contract research organisations are welcome to present their products and services during PAGE. The cost for one commercial table is 1.950 €, including dedicated high speed wifi connection. Software that is both non-commercial and open-source can be demonstrated without charge. Those interested in this option, please contact email@example.com for further information and booking.
Visa requirements and letters of invitation
Spain is a member of the European Union and is a signatory to the Schengen agreement; EU and Swiss citizens do not require a visa to enter Spain, a passport or ID card is sufficient. Non-EU citizens are kindly advised to check entry requirements at the website of the Spanish Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, Unión Europea y Cooperación. If a visa is necessary, it is recommended to begin the application procedure at least two months before the travel date.
Congresos - M.I.C.E.
PAGE 2023, A Coruña (Spain)
Telf. (+34) 963 107 189
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