Case Reports in Ophthalmology 2021 — conference registration and attendance terms and conditions
- The Case Reports in Ophthalmology 2021 conference (“the Conference”) will take place online on October 29, 2021.
- It is organized by the “OPHTHALMOLOGY 21” Foundation for the Development of Ophthalmology, registered in Poznań, at Adama Mickiewicza Street 24/3B, post code 60-836.
- The present Terms and Conditions form an integral part of the attendee registration form and are binding for all Attendees.
- The target audience of the Conference includes physicians, optometrists, and medicine and optometry students.
- Representatives of Conference sponsors may also take part, subject to separate regulations.
- The official website of the Conference is available at http://casereports.okulistyka21.pl
- The Conference will comprise lecture sessions, in accordance with the detailed program available on the official Conference website.
- Advertising or promotional content may also be presented during the Conference.
Rules for attendance
- All Attendees must register via the Conference website made available by the Organizer.
- To register, each Attendee must complete the registration form with the following details: first and last name, e-mail address, phone number, profession (for statistical purposes only).
- Admission is free.
- By registering, the registrant confirms that the Attendee’s details provided are accurate and that the Attendee has consented to being registered with the use of their personal data.
- The Data Controller is the Organizer. Organizer details:
“OPHTHALMOLOGY 21” Foundation for the Development of Ophthalmology, registered in Poznań, at Adama Mickiewicza Street 24/3B, post code 60-836. The Data Controller can be reached by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Data will be processed for the purpose of enabling attendance, handling any financial settlements, archiving, handling any complaints or claims, as well as direct marketing of own products or services in traditional form, which does not require consent.
- Conference Attendees have the right to access, rectify, move, restrict, or remove their data, object to the processing of the data, or revoke previously provided consent at any time, which does not affect the lawfulness of processing operations already performed. Provision of the data collected in the scope of the Attendee registration procedure is voluntary, but necessary for attendance.
- To attend the Conference, delivered via electronic communication means, Attendees must have access to an ICT system with:
- Internet access;
- terminal equipment;
- in some cases, software supporting the reading of files in various formats (e.g. image, audio, multimedia, text, video etc.).
- The Organizer reserves the right to modify the Conference program, including but not limited to changing the times of specific items, replacing speakers, and canceling the Conference. In such a case, Attendees are not entitled to any compensation from the Organizer.
- If necessary due to the nature of the Conference held using electronic communication means, the Organizer will, at the time of registration, inform Attendees of any additional technical requirements to be fulfilled in order to attend the Conference.
- The Organizer of the Conference delivered via electronic communication means may not be held responsible or liable for:
a. technical or communication issues due to any action or omission by a third party;
b. failure or faulty operation of any third party software used by the Attendee, including that caused by computer viruses;
c. incorrect configuration of any hardware used by the Attendee to participate in the Conference;
d. defects of any hardware used by the Attendee;
e. Internet connection failures or outages on the Attendee’s side;
f. any other circumstances preventing or interfering with the Attendee’s participation in the Conference not due to any action or omission by the Organizer.
- technical or communication issues due to any action or omission by a third party;
- failure or faulty operation of any third party software used by the Attendee, including that caused by computer viruses;
- incorrect configuration of any hardware used by the Attendee to participate in the Conference;
- defects of any hardware used by the Attendee;
- Internet connection failures or outages on the Attendee’s side;
- any other circumstances preventing or interfering with the Attendee’s participation in the Conference not due to any action or omission by the Organizer.
- Recording, copying, and distributing any content from the Conference is strictly prohibited.
- All content is presented personally by the respective copyright owners or with their knowledge and consent.
- Educational materials are distributed with their authors’ consent and in accordance with the applicable legal provisions under the Polish Act of February 4, 1994 on copyright and related rights.
Attendees should lodge any complaints against the Organizer in writing, by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt at the Organizer’s registered address.
The Terms and Conditions are applicable from the time of publication on the Conference website. The Organizer reserves the right to make changes to the Terms and Conditions, which will apply from the time of publication.