June 21-22 2024


Radisson Blu Latvija Conference & Spa Hotel, Riga

Elizabetes Street 55, Riga, LV-1010, Latvia

+371 67772222

How to get here (from Riga International Airport):

By bus:
The bus stop is situated 300 meters away, behind the Arrivals Hall, past the parking area. Please
follow the “Public transport” signs. Bus route number 22 will get you to the city center in about 30
minutes. Exit at the “Autoosta” (Central Bus Station, Central Railway Station) bus stop, the hotel is just 1.3 km away.

By taxi:
A taxi ride to the hotel takes approximately 20 minutes, depending on the traffic.

By car:
The ride takes about 20 minutes, depending on the traffic. The hotel offers underground parking for
an additional cost (EUR 15 per night for hotel guests).


AMRSE 2024 is a face-to-face event.

Official language

The official language of the meeting is English (simultaneous translation not provided).

Working hours of Registration desk

June 21, 2024 07:00-19:00

June 22,  2024 07:00- 19:00

Key Dates

Abstract submission deadline: February 29, 2024 Extended deadline: April 1, 2024

Abstract submission is currently open.

Continuing Medical Education

Attending the conference is certified with CME credits. Certificates will be provided electronically.

Conference Accreditation

In order to receive CME credits you must register and actively participate in AMRSE2024. You will be asked to fill out the evaluation form before receiving the certificate.

Data Protection Rules

To ensure the proper processing of meeting participants’ personal data we hereby inform you that participants’ personal data – photographs, voice or video recordings – obtained within the frame of the events of AMRSE 2024 might be subject to processing. Your personal data might be used to further the interests of Meeting organisers, e.g. for marketing or communication activities (incl. social media coverage).

Should you have any objections to your personal data being processed please inform us via e-mail at

Each AMRSE 2024 participant certifies their compliance with third party intellectual property rights when creating (performing) their material, thus indemnifying the Commissioning party against third party claims.