The Pancreas 2000 program consists of state-of-the-art lectures, interactive sessions, and group project work covering all aspects of Pancreatology. The course and session content have been developed and are continuously being refined by the Pancreas 2000 Steering Committee and the faculty, a team of highly experienced, internationally renowned Pancreatologists.
The Pancreas 2000 Steering Committee is committed to ensuring scientific rigor and objectivity throughout each course and session. Pancreas 2000 is supported by unrestricted educational grants from a number of sponsors, including the pharmaceutical industry. Sponsors have no involvement in the selection of faculty, Steering Committee, or program content. No products or services of any kind will be promoted at the meetings or in the course materials.
Furthermore, the Pancreas 2000 faculty, Steering Committee members, and course management are required to disclose any relevant financial relationship(s) or commercial interest(s) to the European and national CME governing bodies, as applicable.
The Pancreas 2000 faculty, Steering Committee, and guest speakers do not receive compensation (honoraria) for their mentoring or teaching activities. Meals, accommodation and travel expenses are covered by Pancreas 2000.