Our projects are sometimes one-offs but others return annually. Below you will find a summary of some of our projects.
Roche Diagnostics Symposia
We regularly organize symposia on behalf of Roche Diagnostics. Roche wants to use this to provide insight into new developments. For example, we organized the Cardiac Biomarker symposium and the Roche Oncology Update symposium. The next Oncology Update symposium is planned for 28 October 2020.
The Roche Oncology Update symposium is especially intended to give pulmonologists, oncologists, pathologists and molecular biologists an overview of new developments and biomarkers for immune and targeted therapy in oncology.
NHRA Congress 'Brady & Tachy'
The congress of the Netherlands Heart Rhythm Association (NHRA) takes place in Papendal prior to the NVVC Autumn Congress.
The program is relevant to all cardiologists, electrophysiologists, pacemaker technicians, electrophysiology nurses and researchers in these areas.
Controversial topics are discussed and the latest developments are discussed in areas such as electrophysiology and device cardiology.
Roijé Congressen has been organising the NVVC’s (Netherlands Society of Cardiology) spring and autumn congresses since 2004. These 2-day congresses have grown over the years and now have 550 participants each day. This keeps the project challenging for us and we are more than happy to work with the NVVC bureau.
The conference committee has started the scientific program for the NVVC Autumn Congress 2020. In collaboration with the NVVC, we are currently working on a plan to (partly) digitize the NVVC conference.
On behalf of the NAPA, we organize the PA-Invest Congress for the first time.
Invest 2020 will be a unique online conference! The theme is “Boundless” is of course also implemented in the congress. The program will start from Thursday, 12 November to Friday, 13 November with live sessions (plenary and parallel). In addition, on-demand sessions will also be offered. The entire conference stays online for a week, so all parts can be viewed at a time that suits you!
In addition, there is the possibility for interaction and networking. Think of a meet & greet sessions, meet our sponsor partners, chat sessions with colleagues and digital round table conversations.
Together with the Invest working group, we are busy putting together this digital conference. We will announce the program and registration option as soon as possible on the website www.pa-invest.nl and of course via e-mail and social media.
The Association for Hospital Intrumentation technicians (VZI) is an important partner in the work field of medical technology and delivers an essential contribution to solving such as aging, skills/professional recognition and the financial framework. The more than 1000 members are employed as medical technicians in hospitals, guest members are employed in the industry or education and have an important role in the whole life cycle of the medical technology. They advise about purchasing, take care of the maintenance of high-quality equipment and support users at an optimal use of medical technology. The purpose of the Association is aimed at promoting knowledge and strengthen mutual contacts.
Since 2013 to the present, Roijé Congressen organizes HealthTech Talks for the VZI, as well as training courses, regional meetings and more. Very diverse topics are discussed here with (inter) national speakers.
CAHAL Symposium & CAHAL Patients Day
Commissioned by the Center for Congenital Heart Disease Amsterdam-Leiden (CAHAL), we organize the CAHAL symposium on Friday March 12, 2021 and a CAHAL symposium for patients on Saturday March 13, 2021.
This symposium entitled “Congenital heart disease: from fetus to adult” is intended for cardiothoracic surgeons, pediatric cardiologists, congenital cardiologists, cardiologists, pediatricians, gynecologists, echocardiographers and others who are interested.
The program will be filled with scientific and educational lectures.
On Saturday, a symposium specially for patients will be organized in collaboration with the Hartekind Foundation and the Patient Association for Congenital Heart Disease (PAH). This day is meant for children, adults and parents of children with a heart disease.