- October 26 - October 29
The International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH) organizes courses for spec...November 2 - November 5
Twice a year, in fall and in spring, the Dutch Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics organizes its s...November 16 - November 17
It takes three to tango… Chronisch somatische ziekten en seksualiteitNovember 24
World Meeting on Sexual MedicineFebruary 28, 2018 - March 3, 2018
- March 23, 2018
Status Plus, with offices in the US and Europe, focuses on providing high-end management services to professional medical associations. Since our inception in 1992, we have obtained great experience and impeccable ethics in managing (inter)national non-profit associations, and we have a proven global track record in the successful planning and execution of numerous conferences, symposia, meetings and events around the world. We have extensive expertise in the fields of gynecology and urology and in the multidisciplinary field of sexual medicine/health.
As members of several scientific societies (including board positions) we have worked with many AMC’s over the years. Some are no more than glorified meeting planners, however Status Plus breaks from that in their ability to work wth leadership, provide guidance for long term planning as well as advice for short term success…
Status Plus’ top-notch professionals play a role in all aspects of our society, from involvement with our Board and committees, to providing excellent meeting management services and IT solutions, to meeting our members’ needs. They provide us with an infrastructure that poises us to grow our membership and programs and excel in fulfilling our mission for years to come.
In over 30 years of experience within the pharmaceutical industry I have never come across a more efficient and effective interface between industry and Scientific Societies. This goes well beyond excellent symposium organization into identifying creative solutions for provision of funding in this era of increasingly exacting regulatory and budgetary constraints.