“This indicates that gastrointestinal health problems should be widely recognized and public should have easier access to diagnosis and treatments. This conference is a good opportunity for the government to see the progress in research and innovation in gastroenterology and hepatology and take part in supporting the development and sustainability of medical advancements in this critical field.”
“Thailand is honored to, once again, to host of the APDW this year. We are ready to do this as we have been well prepared including the expertise of the committees and medical specialists in the field of digestive system; a strong international medical network; and our readiness to organize a conference both academic meetings and research result presentation,” the professor said.
“Other factors include the charms of Thailand and the excellence of the venue, which can accommodate such an important conference on an international scale. We hope that this conference will impress all its 3,000 participants worldwide who will spend time travelling all around the country, which will also in turn help boost our economy.”
Prof. Somchai explains that “QSNCC as the congress venue is one of the best because of its location in central business district surrounded by hotels and accommodations. It also allows easy access to all modes of transportation: car, BTS and MRT, facilitating delegates to travel around Bangkok. Moreover, QSNCC offers spacious conference rooms with parking lots which is suitable for large scale events.”