Visitors

50ª Jornada Paulista de Radiologia
2º Jornada de Radiologia Intervencionista
30 de abril a 03 de maio, São paulo - Brasil
50th São Paulo Radiological Meeting
2nd Intervencional Radiology Meeting
April 30 – May 3 – São Paulo, Brazil

Visiting JPR 2020 technical exhibition is free and only allowed to professionals working in the Radiology and/or Diagnostic Imaging sector, including doctors, hospital and clinic administrators, IT specialists, engineers, managers, veterinarians, among others.
Visitors can access the event in two ways: after receiving an invitation sent by an exhibiting company and after registration in the JPR Visitor Registration System, or by going directly to the event site and proving a link with the Diagnostic Imaging market.

Professionals who have received an email invitation from a JPR 2020 exhibiting company should access the JPR Visitor Registration System, which address will be indicated in the online invitation, enter the password received in the system, and enter their details in compliance with all subsequent filling steps. On the day of the event, this visitor will only have to go to one of the attendance totems, located in front of the New Registrants and Visitors Office, select the “Visitors” option, enter their social security number, and confirm their registration. Once this is done, the visitor's badge printing will be released at the secretary's office, and s/he must withdraw it at the indicated service desk, by presenting a valid photo ID (ID, driver's license or professional license - CRM, etc.) and proof of performance in the area (business card, professional badge, work card, social contract, etc.).

Professionals working in the Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging sector who do not have an individual visitor invitation, but still want to visit JPR's technical exhibition, can apply to the New Registrants and Visitors Office and provide proof of professional practice in the area (work card, professional business card or social contract). Without showing this proof, the visitor badge will not be issued. You will also need to present a valid photo ID (ID, driver's license or professional license - CRM, etc.). If all these requirements are met, the badge will be issued.

• Visiting JPR technical exhibition is free, but only allowed to professionals working in the Radiology and/or Diagnostic Imaging sector, including doctors, hospitals and clinics, IT specialists, engineers, managers, veterinarians, among others.

• Professionals working in the Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging sector, who do not have an individual visitor invitation, but still want to visit the JPR exhibition, can apply to the New Registrants and Visitors Office and provide proof of professional practice in the area (work card, professional business card or social contract). Without showing this voucher, the visitor badge will not be issued. You will also need to present a valid photo ID (ID, driver's license or professional license - CRM, etc.). If all these requirements are met, the badge will be issued.

• Both visitors invited by exhibitors, as well as visitors who prove ties with the sector, must present a current and valid photo ID at the venue to gain access to the exhibition area. Both must also present proof of professional experience in the area (work card, professional business card or social contract).

• The visitor badge gives access exclusively to the technical exhibition of JPR 2020; therefore, it does not give access to JPR 2020's scientific activities, nor does it grant the holder permission to sell products or services and certificate of participation.

• The visitor badge is personal and non-transferable and is mandatory for access to the technical exhibition area and use of the event official transport. If the badge is lost or forgotten, the participant must pay a R$ 100 fee for the issue of a second version. This condition is an irrevocable security measure.

• Entry into the JPR technical exhibition is prohibited for persons wearing shorts, tank top, flip flops and other attire deemed inappropriate to the event.

• Entry into the JPR event area of children under 16 years old, even accompanied by parents or guardians, is prohibited. This standard meets the demands of competent bodies in the area.

• Filming or photographing the booths, products, and scientific presentations displayed in all areas of JPR is prohibited.