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WHERE CAN I FIND DIRECTIONS TO THE VENUE?
Detailed directions are available here: http://plus.rjl.se/infopage.jsf?nodeId=31599#maps
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO ATTEND?
The price to attend is 2400 SEK per day. The pre-festival day, (Feb 26) cost 1500 SEK. At current exchange rates, 2400 SEK is approximately £207 (UK pounds sterling) or €233 (Euros) and 1500 SEK is £129 (UK pounds sterling) or €146 (Euros).
If you wish to attend all 4 festival days you will receive a complimentary discount of 1000 SEK (appr. £86 (UK pounds sterling) or €97 (Euros).
You can pay with Credit Card (PayPal).
When the payment is completed, you will receive an email confirming your participation.
HOW CAN I BOOK MY ACCOMMODATION? WHICH IS THE BEST WAY TO TRAVEL TO JÖNKÖPING?
Please see our recommended hotels and suggestions for travel here: http://plus.rjl.se/infopage.jsf?nodeId=31457
WHERE CAN I FIND FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT JÖNKÖPING?
Please visit http://www.jkpg.com/en/ for further information on the city.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR TO THE FESTIVAL?
The dress code for the conference is smart-casual. Daytime temperatures range from -10C to +-0C in Jönköping in March. Remember that the weather in Sweden during early spring can be very unstable. Please take a look at the weather report (https://www.yr.no/place/Sweden/Jönköping/Jönköping/long.html) before you do your packing and remember to always bring a pair of sensible and comfortable shoes. The streets can be slippery and icy.
WHICH TARGET GROUPS DOES THE CONFERENCE ADDRESS?
The Clinical Microsystem Festival is intended for you as a leader, CEO, improvement coach or anyone working to improve quality in healthcare. The Festival includes an Improvement Science Day on March 1 for researchers and those who are interested in advancing knowledge of clinical microsystems and quality improvement.
WHAT IS THE IMPROVEMENT SCIENCE DAY?
The Improvement Science Day is an extra conference day for researchers and those who are interested in advancing knowledge of clinical microsystems and quality improvement.