KMO Művelődési Központ (KMO Cultural Center)
Abstract Submission Deadline: March 16, 2020
Early Bird Registration Deadline: March 23, 2020
Integrative Medicine - 2020
Global Scientific Guild is pleased to announce International Conference and Expo on Integrative Medicine (Integrative Medicine-2020) which will be held during 18-20 September, 2020 at KMO Művelődési Központ (KMO Cultural Center), Budapest, Hungary.
International Conference and Expo on Integrative Medicine (Integrative Medicine-2020) is organized in collaboration with Hungarian Medical Acupuncture Association, Sino-Hungarian Medical Conference, Hungarian Integrative Medicine Alliance, University of Pecs, TCM Confucius Institute of Pecs University and North China University of Science and Technology.
Intergrative Medicine-2020 will focus on the themes Integrative Medicine should be the Future of Health Care all over the World and Insights and Innovations in Traditional Medicine and Modern Medical Healthcare: A Passion for better Healing and Integration
We are delighted to welcome all the delegates and guests to join this three day event which includes Plenary speeches, Keynote presentations, Oral talks, workshops, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.
Integrative Medicine-2020 will provide excellent opportunity to meet experts, exchange information, and strengthen the collaboration among Directors, Researchers, Professors, and Scholars from both academia and industry. This program provides three days of robust discussions on recent advancements and new strategies for current revolutions in Traditional and Alternative Medicine.
Our pleasure to meet you in the upcoming event…!!!
Integrative Medicine - 2020
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Once called the “Queen of the Danube,” Budapest has long been the focal point of Hungary and a lively cultural centre. Actually you can explore two cities in one, because Budapest is made up of Buda and Pest, with the Danube flowing between them, along a stretch of 28 kilometers.
Buda is built on a hill, on the Western bank of the river and forms the historical part of the city. Pest stands on a plain and it’s more businesslike with its shops and boulevards.You can walk between the two connected, but still very different parts of the city on magnificent bridges. The city consists of 23 districts.
The city, including the banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter, and Andrássy Avenue, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987.
Budapest is more affordable a tourist destination than most other Western European cities.
Budapest has so many things to do that you will want to spend at least a few days exploring the city. Popular attractions range from impressive architecture and poignant reminders of 20th-century history to a vibrant cultural and entertainment scene, with everything from street buskers to classical concerts in beautiful churches. read more..