13-17 SEPTEMBER 2017

Clarion Hotel Malmö Live
Dag Hammarskjölds torg 2, 211 18
Malmö, Sweden

English is the official language of the meeting. No translation will be provided.

Participants will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the Meeting, after returning all the Questionnaires provided by the Organizing Secretariat. CME Certification (subject to confirmation by EAACME) as well as Examination results, will be sent by e-mail after the course.


By air: Please note the best international airport for going to Malmoe is

Kastrup Airport, Copenhagen, Denmark

It is very easy to get from Copenhagen Airport to Malmö by train. Direct trains operate every 20 minutes to and from Copenhagen Airport to Malmö Central Station and to other destinations in Sweden via the Öresund Bridge. The journey takes only 24 min. You can purchase the ticket directly at the airport. For more information, please click;

Sturup Airport, Malmö, Sweden

Malmö Airport is a small airport with regular flights only from/to Stockholm and other major cities in Sweden. You can take the Airport bus to Malmö Central Station.


City Bus

Public transport is provided by Skånetrafiken and consists of a number of bus routes. You can buy a 24-hour or 72-hour ticket at Skånetrafiken’s customer centre. You can also buy a single tickets for city buses in Malmö at Skånetrafiken’s customer centre. Note no tickets can be bought on the bus.


You can go by train through the City Tunnel beneath the streets of Malmö and travel from Malmö Central Station to Triangeln in a couple of minutes or to Hyllie Station in less then 10 minutes


There are many ways to experience Malmö by boat. With Bookaboat, right next to Malmö Live, you can rent your own electrical boat and cruise your way up the canal.


Most taxi companies have fixed prices within Malmö. Always ask for the price before you travel. You can also get a ride via Uber in Malmö, which only allows licensed drivers.

Rent a Car

At Malmö Airport, you can rent cars at Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Mabi and Sixt.


The Malmö area code for domestic calls is 040 and for international calls + 46 – 40 - Local Number.

To call outside Sweden dial 00 + country code + phone number

Time Zone
Malmö is in the Central European Time(CET) zone (GMT+1 hour). Summer time (GMT+2 hours) lasts from the end of March until the end of October.

Banks and Currency Exchange
The official currency is the Swedish Krona (SEK), but Euros can be exchanged freely. Currency exchange is performed by all the banks, all the post offices and great number of exchange offices which are always marked in English. With them you can get slightly better exchange rates than in the banks. There is an exchange office at Malmoe Railway Station.

The electric current in Sweden is 220-240Volts AC, frequency is 50 Hz, the power sockets used are of type F. This socket also works with plug C and E.

Tipping is not obligatory in Sweden restaurants, but if you are satisfied with the service then leave a 10% to 15% tip. At bars and with taxis leave a tip by rounding off the amount.

Work Hours and Holidays
Banks and post offices:

- Weekdays 10.00-15.00

- Thursday 10.00 am – 4.00/5.30 pm

- All banks are closed at weekends and on public holidays. Banks at airports, ports and main railway stations are generally open longer.

Shopping hours


-Monday-Friday 9.30 am - 6 pm
-Saturday 9.30 am - 2/4 pm

Food Stores

Monday –Saturday

08.00 am-8.00/10.00 pm


10.00 am -5.00 pm

Shopping malls

Hansa Companiet (in city center)


10.00 am -7.00 pm

Saturday 10 am -5 pm, Sunday noon- 5 pm

Emporia (located at Hyllie Station, take train from Malmoe Railway Station, next to Congress Venue)

Monday- Sunday

10.00 am -8.00 pm

Emergency services

In Sweden emergency numbers for the police, the ambulances and the firemen are united in the unique 112 emergency number. For 24h non-emergency health advice and care, dial 1177.