Toronto - IPVC 2021 - went Virtual
IPVC 2021 – 34rd International Papillomavirus Conference & Basic Science, Clinical and Public Health Workshops took place between 15-19 November and for the second time was held as an entirely virtual event.
Overall, the balance between the combination of pre-recorded presentations and live sessions, virtual exhibition and a compact interactive online Virtual Platform allowed a successful dissemination of science and interaction between delegates online at the IPVC21 Virtual Conference.
The IPVC 2021 virtual platform was available from the first day of the Conference, and 3 months after.
Virtual Conference Statistics
The meeting was a great success, close to 1,300 attendees from 90 countries, with over took part in this highly informative meeting.
Total Number of Unique Logins
Total Number of User Logins
Top 10 Countries (%)
- UNITED STATES 29%
- CANADA 7%
- SPAIN 4%
- UNITED KINGDOM 4%
- GERMANY 5,5 %
- AUSTRALIA 3%
- THE NETHERLANDS 2%
- FRANCE 3%
- BRAZIL 3%
- RUSSIA 2%
World Regions (%)
Central & South America
Africa & Middle East
Asia & Pacific
Professional Interest by Field (%)
Public Health and Preventive Medicine 28%
Infectious Disease 11%
Molecular Biology 11%
Obstetrics and Gynecology 10%
Gynecological Oncology 9%
Allergy and Immunology 1%
Delegates by Age Group (%)
Delegates by Professional Role (%)
Basic Science Researcher
Delegates by Workplace (%)
- Research Institute
- Government Agency
- University Hospital
- Industry/Corporate Professional
- Private Practice
- Comprehensive Care Clinic
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