The EAFP 2022 conference will be held at the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta.
The 16th-century building, now the Mediterranean Conference Centre, has long been one of Valletta’s most remarkable landmarks. Located towards the tip of the Valletta peninsula, the MCC stands for distinction with magnificent views across the Grand Harbour. The Mediterranean Conference Centre is a rare example in the region of a heritage building functioning to the exacting demands of the 21st century. The Centre’s long experience and reputation as a unique quality venue is confirmed by its membership of the prestigious Historic Conference Centres of Europe (HCCE).
The Mediterranean Conference Centre is one of Europe’s largest conference centres within a historical setting. It was built by the Knights of St John and was referred to as the La Sacra Infermeria (Holy Infirmary) as it served as the hospital, one of the finest in Europe at the time. The Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, of which the Department of Pharmacy forms part within the University of Malta was established in the infermeria in 1676 by Grand Master Nicholas Cotoner.