The International Symposium HIV & Emerging Infectious Diseases has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) over the past editions.
An application has been made for the CME accreditation of ISHEID 2018
Participants are kindly requested to turn off their mobile phones when entering the meeting rooms.
For international calls to France, dial the international code followed by 33 and the correspondent’s number (without the 0). To call within France, dial the 0. To call abroad from France, dial 00 for international.
A free cloakroom is available to all participants, during the opening hours of the Congress. It will be located near the Hall des Pas Perdus, on the second floor.
Please make sure that no personal belongings are left after closing each day.
Please note that smoking is prohibited by law within the Congress premises.
Electricity used in France is 220 Volts; its frequency is 50 Hz and the plugs have two male contact points (European continental standard).
Plan to bring a transformer for your electrical or electronic equipment using different voltage (ie. USA, Canada).
Lost and found
Lost items should be returned to the Congress Information desk (level 2, hall des Pas Perdus) which is at your disposal in case of loss of items.
Climate and clothing
The weather in Marseille in May is usually warm and sunny with daily temperatures ranging from 20°C to 25°C. Night temperatures may be milder between 12°C to 16°C.