The Allergy Bazaar was a huge success at the EAACI Congress 2014 in Copenhagen and has returned by popular demand in Barcelona with a new name: the Clinical Village.
The Clinical Village offered an excellent opportunity for attendees to try out different procedures and equipment used in the diagnosis and treatment of allergic diseases. It provided a perfect platform to explore a combination of both theoretical and practical topics, both for specialists-in-training as well as for clinicians wanting to update themselves on topics adjacent to their core business. The Clinical Village was a particularly good complement to EAACI postgraduate courses running on Saturday afternoon, combining theory with practice. Admission was included in the registration fee and all registered attendees are invited to visit.
What was in the Clinical Village?
This year, there were 16 individual stations served by specialists, Junior Members and Associates (JMAs) and staff
from departments in local medical centers and hospitals. You can download all posters by Station.