Online or Offline

Pan-Eurasian Internal Medicine Conference

With support from the
Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

September 29 - October 1 2021 / Saint-Petersburg

Holiday Inn Moskovskye Vorota,
97A Moskovsky prospekt (avenue),


About the conference

The Eurasian Association of Internal Medicine invites medical specialists to the 13th EAT International Conference. Supported by the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.

The conference will include symposiums, data blitz sessions (instead of presentations, you’ll listen to 5-minute replies to your questions), expert discussions, competitions between early-career researchers, abstract/poster competitions, and a virtual health care expo.

The conference will bring together medical scientists, doctors and other health care professionals from the Russian Federation, the CIS, Europe, and Asia.

Expert discussions

A series of panel discussions that will be attended by internal medicine experts.

Data blitz session

EAT’s experts will answer your questions.


Discussion of key issues of the conference by the EAT experts.

Participation Format

Offline or Online

Offline meeting

Conference days are September 29 – October 1, 2021

The conference will take place at Holiday Inn Moskovskye Vorota, 97A Moskovsky prospekt (avenue), Saint-Petersburg.


Live streaming

Each registered user will be able to join the conference by live streaming on this site during the conference days.


About the Association

The Eurasian Association of Therapists is an independent association that lets its members express opinions and share experience.
Among the Association’s main goals is to disseminate information about ground-breaking research in the field of internal medicine.
The Association holds free events for medical specialists letting them earn CME credit points.
Medical specialists may join the EAT
which is an association of experts and get unlimited
access to materials published on the EAT website.
Visit the website

Past events

Watch records of events held by the
Eurasian Association of Therapists.