Palma de Mallorca hosted the recent national congress of the Spanish Society of Nephrology (SEN), convening over 1,200 experts from November 11 to 13. The event shared cutting-edge research and technology advancements, enhancing the diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life for individuals with kidney disease.
Javier Ureña, the general manager of the Balearic Health Service, delivered the inaugural speech among 200 speakers and over 100 activities.
A study across four Spanish regions—Aragón, Castilla La Mancha, Galicia, and Valencia—presented during the congress revealed that over half of dialysis patients must travel outside their residence for treatment. ALCER conducted this study with 5,740 patients, prompting the Spanish Society of Nephrology to support patient demands for solutions, emphasizing the significance of promoting home treatment.
As February unfolds, the lively hues of festivity cascade through Palma's streets, metamorphosing the city into a vibrant spectacle in homage to Carnival – one of the most jubilant celebrations of the year.
Meliá Palma Bay, connected directly to Palma Convention Centre, is among the 13 pioneering hotels implementing the new sustainable events program, "Road to Net Zero Events." This initiative, developed by Meliá Hotels International, aims to measure, reduce, and offset the carbon footprint of event
The Palma Congress Center has kicked off the year 2024 with a total of 11 confirmed congresses to date, 6 of which are of an international nature. This further solidifies the city's position as a growing benchmark in the Meetings, Congresses, and Conventions segment.