OHDSI Europe Sponsor Application Form
The first European OHDSI Symposium called "Bridging Europe" aims to establish a European OHDSI community. The symposium is a platform to share results and ideas about the use of the OMOP-CDM, tool development, and future research studies. The day will include a collaborator showcase involving a poster session to highlight OHDSI’s research achievements and interactive demonstrations of OHDSI’s open-source software tools. We also invite people that are new to OHDSI and are interested to learn more about this exciting initiative. The number of attendees will be approximately 200.

For the symposium we are offering sponsorship slots. Interested companies can select specific aspects of the symposium they like to fund. All sponsors will be identified on the symposium website long with a description of their organisation. The list of sponsors will be shared with the audience.

All slots are available as first-come, first-served basis.

1. Four slots for Coffee sponsor (5.000 euro)

Funding provided by the coffee sponsor will cover the costs for the coffee and refreshments served during the coffee break as wel as associated service fees. Your logo will be displayed during the coffee break.

2. Two slots for Collaborator Showcase Sponsor (5.000 euro)

Funding provided by the showcase sponsor will cover the costs for the poster boards and costs for providing OHDSI software demonstrations. Your logo will be displayed next to the poster area during the showcase.

3. Two Lunch slots (10.000 euro)

A lunch will be offered at the symposium day and the tutorial day. Your logo will be added next to the lunch and the sponsor slide at the symposium.

4. Three Symposium Exhibitor slots (3.000 euro)

We are offering exhibitor tables to be setup for the duration of the symposium. Potential exhibitors should describe how their work is related of is relevant to the European OHDSI community.

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