Terms of Service
Visitors/users of the https://www.iaah-athens2022.gr website should carefully read the following terms of service, which apply to all content items (i.e., texts, graphics, images, photographs and files) and to the services offered and access or use such webpages and services only on the condition that they shall have fully accepted the terms of service.
By continuing to browse this website, you agree to the terms of service, explicitly and unreservedly.
Identity and object of this website
The aim of this website (https://www.iaah-athens2022.gr) is to offer information and services in relation to the 22nd International Association for Adolescent Health (IAAH) European Regional Conference & Joint Event: 15th STATE OF THE ART Panhellenic Adolescent Health/Medicine Congress (hereinafter referred to as “the Conference”).
Greek Society for Adolescent Medicine is the organiser of the Conference; Mindview company, who is the PCO of this Conference, is the administrator of the website, which will be hereinafter referred to as “the Organisation”.
The website contains information on the Conference programme, its speakers and its venue. After the end of the Conference, Conference presentations and photographic material will also be published on the website.
The website offers the following services:
- Online submission of abstracts to be presented as oral/poster presentations at the Conference.
- Online registration for the Conference.
- Online registration for the Conference electronic newsletter.
THIRD-PARTY SERVICES – LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
The website may be connected with third party providers, in relation to Live streaming services of the Conference sessions.
The Organisation does not exercise any control over, and shall not be liable for, the content, the personal data protection policy, or the quality and completeness of third-party services offered on the website (i.e., live streaming, etc.).
Intellectual property rights (Copyright)
The content of the Conference website, which indicatively includes texts, graphics, pictures, photographs, drawings, video and audio material, etc. (hereinafter referred to as “the Content”) shall be the intellectual property of the Organisation and is protected by the applicable national, community and international intellectual property law. The Organisation reserves all intellectual property rights in relation to the content and the copies made of it. The content of the Conference is made available to visitors/users for their own personal use only. The content shall be subject to changes without prior notification, at the discretion of the Organisation. By accepting the terms of service, users may use or partially reproduce the content for non-commercial purposes, on the condition that the content being reproduced shall be made freely available, either online or otherwise, and that it shall be accompanied by an explicit reference to its source of origin. Any other use of such content shall require a permission in writing by its respective owner or intellectual property rights holder.
The texts of Conference presentations reflect personal views and are subject to the laws on “intellectual property” as this is defined and protected by the provisions on the protection of intellectual property, and, more in particular, of Law 2121/1993, as well as subject to the relevant Internet rules of ethics.
Other texts that are referred to on the pages of the Conference website and are accompanied by the logos of their respective organisations, companies, partner organisations, unions or publishers, shall be their respective intellectual and/or industrial property and, consequently, such organisations shall be liable for the content of these texts. Questions in relation to the rights of reproduction of any part of the Conference website, as well as applications for obtaining permission to reproduce content should be addressed to the Conference secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Compliance with the statutory provisions in force related to intellectual property rights shall be the exclusive responsibility of website visitors and, more in particular, of Conference participants that submit abstracts or any other material.
Any exploitation, be it for profit-making purposes or not, of any part of or of the entire content of the website is strictly prohibited without the Organisation’s prior consent in writing, e.g. in relation to the sale, modification, reproduction or reformatting, republication, uploading, transmission or redistribution, publication, execution, dubbing, formatting, site mirroring.
Website visitors/users shall be fully liable for any damage whatsoever suffered by them as a result of improper or illegitimate use of the services in question. The Conference may not be held liable, under any circumstances, for any damage whatsoever suffered by visitors/users of webpages, services or options on the website, while making such use on their own initiative and being fully aware of the terms of this document.
The Organisation does not provide any guarantee whatsoever in relation to the accuracy, completeness and/or availability of the contents, pages, services, options or their results.
The Organisation reserves the right to make changes as well as to add items to, or remove items from, the information and technical material published on the website, and to implement technical or other methods with the aim of facilitating the public.
The Organisation does not exercise control over, and shall not be liable for, the content, the personal data protection policy, or the quality and completeness of services offered by other websites to which this website provides access by means of hyperlinks (see “Third party services”).
The services and the content of this website are addressed to adults having a full legal capacity. Minors using the services of the website shall be assumed as acting with the consent of their parents or custodians.
The management and protection of the personal data of website users is subject to the relevant provisions of the Greek and EU law, as applicable.
Online abstract submission
Abstracts may only be submitted online. Abstracts sent by e-mail or by facsimile shall not be taken into consideration. Papers may be in the form of (a) a poster or (b) an oral presentation. The scientific committee shall decide on the form of presentation, following evaluation. The results of this evaluation shall be made known to the contact persons by e-mail. For an abstract submission to be accepted, at least one (1) of the authors must complete his/her Conference registration. Users may submit additional papers, by logging on to their accounts. Abstract submissions are confirmed by e-mail (“Delivery confirmation”).
Intellectual property rights of the abstracts submitted online, as well as the legal liability for such submissions, shall remain with the authors, even after the submission.
Online Conference registration
Registration fee includes:
- Access to all sessions online
- Congress material (either hard copy or electronic)
- Certificate of participation (upon request)
Early rate and standard registrations are made online, using the website. Registrations are validated only after the payment in full of the registration fee.
In order to benefit from the reduced registration rate, Conference participation fees must be paid before the end of the first early rate registration period. If the fees are not paid until that date, the registration rate shall be that of the second, and more expensive, category.
The registration fees can be paid:
By credit card [Payment details are e-mailed upon registration]
For any further information, group payments or bank transfer, please contact the Conference Secretariat by e-mail: email@example.com. Please note that any bank expenses shall be borne by the depositor.
Please note that in order for your registration to be valid, you must complete the payment of the relevant fee. The Conference registration fee is non-refundable.
By visiting the Conference website, you have the option to subscribe to our newsletter, by signing up with your name and e-mail address. Subscribing to (and unsubscribing from) the newsletter is ensured by authenticating the subscriber’s e-mail address (opt-in, opt-out process). Newsletter recipients can unsubscribe at any time, by selecting the “Unsubscribe” option, below the newsletter contents. Please note that this option is available on every newsletter sent out by the Conference organisers.
User e-mail addresses are only used for providing the service requested and, by extension, to serve the purpose of disseminating information related to the website content. When a subscriber opts to unsubscribe from the recipient list, his/her e-mail is permanently deleted.
The newsletters sent to subscribers of the mailing lists are the intellectual property of the Conference and are thus protected by the relevant provisions of the Greek law and of international treaties. Conference organisers reserve the right to deny subscription applications or to cancel active subscriptions.
Hyperlinks to third parties
The website and our newsletters may include links, hyperlinks and, more generally, references (collectively referred to as “links”) to websites, platforms or applications of third parties (collectively referred to as “third party websites”), the control of which is not our responsibility. Such links are provided for facilitation purposes only. Accordingly, access to the website may be provided through links found on third party websites, which are beyond our control. You should be aware that third party websites and applications accessed and used within such websites may collect personal data for their own processing purposes.
The Organisation neither provides any guarantee about, nor is liable for, the accuracy, completeness or up-to-datedness of the information contained in such websites, or for the quality of their services or the confidentiality of the data collected when visiting them. You are advised to use caution and to check the terms and policies (privacy policies, cookies) of such third-party websites, as they may substantially differ from the terms and policies of our website.
When visiting the Conference website you have the option to use the “Contact form”, by filling out the relevant fields with your name and e-mail address, so that you can submit questions in relation to Conference registration, the abstract submission process, the sponsors’ activities or to other issues that are related to the Conference organisation and programme.
The e-mail addresses of users accessing this service are not stored, subjected to further processing or published and are only preserved for as long as it is necessary to serve the purpose of the communication at hand.