Seville 2022

Your attendence guide



This year, no national or local accreditation has been applied for. We advise delegates to send their certificate of attendance to their local authorities to request accreditation.


Participants can print their name badges at the registration desk. Due to security regulations, all participants and accompanying persons must wear their badges throughout the congress. Only participants with white badges will be admitted to the sessions.

Accompanying persons have a white badge with a black-coloured bar accompanying person printed on it. They can join the opening ceremony, the exhibition and the social programme, but they are not allowed to attend sessions.

Participants with a day card have the appropriate day printed on their badge and are allowed to attend sessions on that day only.

This year the FIP Congress is more environmental friendly and we will not hand out the ribbons. Your category is printed on your badge.


  • The coffee/tea breaks during the sessions will be from 10:30 to 11:00 in the morning and from 15:30 to 16:00 in the afternoon.
  • Between the sessions there will be a lunch break from 12:30 to 14:00.
  • Partipants can pick up their lunch bag in the different catering areas on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.


In order to avoid unnecessary printing, all participants will be emailed their certificate of congress attendance as a PDF within 10 days of the close of the congress. Accompanying persons do not receive a certificate of attendance.

Dress code

During the congress, smart business wear is recommended. Please note the temperature in

September may still be high.

Filming, recording, photography and social media policy

Any photography, filming, taping, recording or reproduction in any medium of any of the programme sessions, events, exhibits and/or posters presented at the FIP congress without the express written consent of FIP is strictly forbidden. FIP may record and broadcast your activity at its meetings and reserves the rights to all recordings, reproductions or presentations. FIP operates an open social-media policy. Speakers have been

advised that if any content in their presentations is not to be disseminated outside the walls of the meeting room, they should specifically state this at the beginning of or at the appropriate points of their presentation. Please feel free to share information, ideas, thoughts and your reflections from this meeting through social media. Our official hashtags are #FIPcongress and #FIP2022.

If you don’t already do so, we encourage you to

follow FIP on social media:

(please use the appropriate icons? Thank you!)

Please note that in general, normal tourist photography is allowed, but please request permission before you do take a picture of local Spanish people.


The official congress language is English. There will be no simultaneous translation to other languages in the congress sessions and symposia, except for the Council Meetings. Translation from English into Spanish will be provided during the Opening Ceremony and and some other sessions.

Insurance and liability disclaimer 

The FIP Organising Committee, the Local Host Committee and FIP Headquarters. (hereafter called the organisers) may be not held responsible for any loss, injury or damage to any property, whatever the cause may be. Liability of persons and enterprises providing means of transportation or other services, however, remains unaffected. It is recommended that participants obtain adequate cover for travel, health and accident insurance before they depart from their countries. The organisers cannot accept responsibility for personal injuries, or loss of, or damage to, private property belonging to the congress participants. Should, for any reason outside the organisers’ control (including but not limited to acts of terrorism, extreme weather conditions and/or industrial action) the venue or speakers change, or the congress be cancelled, the organisers will endeavour to reschedule, but shall not be held responsible for any costs, damages or expenses incurred by registrants. If for any reason the organisers decide to make changes to the congress, they are not responsible for airfares, hotels or other costs incurred by registrants. The participants take part in the congress, tours and trips at their own risk. Furthermore, the organisers may not be held liable for any costs or damages incurred resulting from acts outside of their control including but not limited to force majeure, strikes and/or public manifestations.

Only written arrangements are binding. The sole legal venue is The Hague. Registration of a participant entails acceptance of these conditions.

In any disputes that may arise concerning the execution or interpretation of these regulations, both parties agree that they will be subject to Dutch law and that the commercial courts of The Hague will be competent, without prejudice to the organisers’ right to initiate proceedings under the laws and before the courts of the participant’s registered office in the event any sums are due by the participant to FIP.

Press room

The congress press room will offer a number of services strictly limited to official press representatives and professional journalists. Press accreditation and press registration are required for access to the press room.

Registration desk

The registration desk will be open:

Saturday 17 to Wednesday 21 September  / 08:00 – 18:00
Thursday 22 September / 08:30 – 11:00


In FIBES – Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos – there is free wifi for all congress participants.

Wifi name: FIPCNF2022
Password: fipcnf2022


Download the app enter the event code:
fipseville2022 and get access to the latest information, chat with your colleagues and receive congress alerts.


Opening hours

SUNDAY 18 SEPTEMBER / 16:00 – 18:00

The exhibition is an integral part of the congress and offers a unique opportunity to explore the interests and services of global and local industry partners. The exhibition is organised by the General Pharmaceutical Council of Spain.

The exhibition showcases local and international developments in pharmacy and provides a central meeting point and information zone throughout the congress. The exhibition runs for four and a half days and will be accessible to registered congress participants and registered accompanying persons.

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