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Travel, general and Covid-19 information

Conference Venue:

Scottish Event Campus



G3 8YW

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COVID statement 

The Society for Endocrinology is following government guidance for all its events. 

Mask wearing is not compulsory under this guidance. Where possible meeting spaces will be ventilated but as these are considered enclosed spaces you may wish to consider wearing a mask to reduce the risk of catching and spreading COVID-19.

Coronavirus guidelines in England

Multi-faith prayer room:

A private room is available throughout the duration of the conference. Location details to be provided.

Society Conference Policies:


Social media, photography and filming policy

The Society welcomes the use of social media at all its events, and delegates are encouraged to tweet about this year’s SfE BES conference using the hashtag #SfEBES2023.
However, we ask that anyone who wishes to post a speaker’s scientific results online, or through other forms of media, ensures that they have first gained approval from the speaker/poster-presenter. This policy applies to both professional journalists and nonjournalists.
All speakers/poster presenters have the right to ask delegates not to
disseminate the research that they have presented.

Photography and filming

Please refrain from filming or taking photographs of any session, poster or exhibit without the prior consent of the speaker, poster presenter or exhibitor. Any official footage or photographs were taken at the Conference may be used by the Society for Endocrinology for promotional purposes. In addition, the meeting organiser Bioscientifica will be conducting filming for promotional
purposes. Footage will be time-lapsed and no individuals will be identifiable. If you have any queries about this policy, please visit the registration desk onsite.

Children (anyone under the age of 18 years) are not permitted in the exhibition hall at any time.

  • Because of limited seating capacity, the nature of the programme content and to avoid distracting/interrupting speakers or other delegates, children are not allowed to attend any presentations in the scientific programme or industry-sponsored satellite symposia.

  • In all other areas of the event, children are allowed and breastfeeding is welcomed.

  • Where catering is only available in the exhibition hall and you have a child with you, please speak to a member of the Society Events Team, either via registration or the Organisers Office, and catering and refreshments will be provided for you in an alternative area

  • For reasons of insurance liability and safety, infants must be held or be in a pushchair at all times.