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The Convention Centre Dublin to Host European Society of Coloproctology Meeting

The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD) announced today that it will host the European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP) 10th Scientific and Annual meeting in 2015. Scheduled from 23-25 September, 2015, the event will attract approximately 1,000 international delegates from Europe, Middle East, Asia, Australia, South America and beyond.

“We have a shortlist of criteria to help us select our event venues and The Convention Centre Dublin ticked all of the boxes,” said Professor Ronan O'Connell, President in Waiting of the European Society of Coloproctology and Head of Surgery and Surgical Specialties at University College Dublin and Professor of Surgery at St Vincent's University Hospital Dublin. “The committee members were also pleasantly surprised by the good value that Dublin offers, which our international delegates will greatly appreciate.”

Attended by international colorectal surgeons, the annual scientific meeting will consist of industry related symposia, educational sessions, an exhibition as well as an opportunity to network and build relationships within the industry.

“We are delighted to attract the European Society of Coloproctology’s annual meeting to The CCD,” said Marie Lawlor, Head of Conference Sales, The Convention Centre Dublin. “With over 2,200 new cases of colorectal cancer per year in Ireland, this event will help to highlight and share research for this illness and all of the conditions associated with this important field of medicine. It will also be a pleasure to welcome ESCP delegates and make sure they enjoy their time in Dublin with us.”