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BMFMS 2017 will be held from Thursday 30 - Friday 31 March 2017 at the Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

To view an update on the conference from the Chairman, Tim Overton, click here

It is a great pleasure to be hosting the 19th Annual British Maternal and Fetal Medicine Society conference in the cosmopolitan city of Amsterdam. The conference will take place at the Beurs van Berlage in the heart of this vibrant European city. The event couldn't be more centrally located, just a 5 minute walk from Amsterdam's Centraal train station which serves as a hub for both European and worldwide travel (Schiphol International Airport is just a 15 minute train journey away). This state of the art venue has a rich history and unique architecture providing the perfect backdrop to our first meeting to be held outside of the UK. We are extremely excited to be bringing BMFMS 2017 to mainland Europe, opening it up to a larger and more diverse audience while still keeping its technical focus.

Amsterdam 2017 promises to be the biggest and best event yet; a hugely enjoyable and educational meeting. Put the dates in your diary now, get ready to submit your abstract and register your interest in attending.

We look forward to seeing you next March.

 

Abstracts

We welcome abstracts for both oral and poster presentations within the areas of Labour & Delivery, Fetal Medicine, Maternal Medicine, and Pregnancy Outcome.  The presentation of data at this conference will provide the opportunity for scientific interaction and discussion with a highly informed audience. Abstract Submission now open.

For more information please go to the Abstracts pages

Registration

Registration will open in September 2016.

Register your interest by emailing BMFMS@hamptonmedical.com.


Venue

In 2017 the conference will be held at the Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The Buers is a building of stunning architecture and a rich history. It was orginally built as a Stock Exhange at the end of the 19th century and was made a 'public palace' in 1985 hosting the marriage of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima in 2002. Since 2008 the building has become a very successful and unique venue coupling state of the art technology with spectacular event spaces. 

For more information please go to the General Information pages.