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September 7-9th 2012
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Hosted by the International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy
www.ijca.net

Join us for three days of conference with world experts in the field of plant medicine and clinical aromatherapy!

Take part in the International Trade Show, network and meet suppliers and producers from numerous countries.

Register your interest here as a speaker, conference attendee, trade show participant or sponsor


Early bird registrations begin in October 2011
From March 2012, full conference rates will apply

Why botanica2012?
botanica2012 aims to raise the profile of integrated clinical aromatherapy and phytotherapy at an international level.

The field of clinical aromatherapy and the use of related plant products is increasing in medical environments

botanica2012 will showcase this evolving profession of plant medicine with lectures and workshops given by international experts.

botanica2012 also provides the opportunity for members of the herbal and aromatherapy professions to come together, share knowledge and experience and plan for future integration.

Full programme outline will be available in October 2011.

Post conference activities:
September 10th 2012
A range of half day seminar intensives with international experts in phyto-aromatherapy.
Why not stay on to take part in these classes with our international speakers?

Why Trinity College Dublin?
Trinity College Dublin (TCD) with its four hundred year history is one of Europe’s oldest universities and a longstanding European Centre of Educational Excellence. http://www.tcd.ie/

TCD provides professional conference facilities in the heart of Dublin city.
Take the virtual tour of the campus:  http://www.tcd.ie/virtualtour/

A historical site, the campus offers an ideal venue for education and inspiration: the famous Old Library with its Long Room and the Book of Kells are located across the courtyard from the conference venue.

The university also has a long history of botanical studies and boasts an extensive herbarium and botanic garden.

Participants can take advantage of staying on-campus  in quality accommodation at competitive room rates.

The University is situated on a direct bus link from Dublin airport.

Dublin’s city centre and its cultural quarter Temple Bar is within a short walk of the university itself.

Getting to Dublin
Dublin is accessible by direct flight from a large number of European and International destinations.
For further information of cities with direct flights and airline information, please visit:
http://www.dublinairport.com/gns/flight-information/destinations-airlines.aspx

The frequent coach service from the airport drops you off directly at the gate of the university itself. Journey time approximately 45 minutes.
http://www.aircoach.ie/table.routes.dublin.citycentre.php