Digital BIRD Symposium May 20, 2021

Digital Symposium

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, BIRD has chosen once again for a digital format for its symposium. We are ready to deliver the BIRD Digital Symposium, streamed in high definition, directly to you on the 20th of May 2021 from 20:00 to 22:30 h.
We will welcome our faculty in the BIRD digital studio from where they will give presentations, followed by live Q&A sessions.
After the break, you can join us again for the interactive case-based discussion with our expert panel. 
All participants will be offered free-of-charge participation, but preregistration for the digital symposium is still required. 
At registration, you will receive a password with which you can enter the live streaming through the "Livestream"  page.

Your connection & device

In order to view the digital session, you need to have a broadband internet connection (minimum 5Mbps upload/download, which means Wi-Fi or wired internet connection with a strong signal).

We strongly recommend you pre-test your connection at the same location / meeting room you will be viewing from, and test the device / laptop you will actually be using. 


Requirements for your computer or mobile device: browsers & players

For the best viewing experience, make sure your computer or mobile device meets the requirements listed below, regarding your choice of browser, player, and system configuration

Computer or Mobile Device


Microsoft Windows®

  • Windows 10, Windows 8.1 or Windows 8
  • Google Chrome, Firefox or Microsoft Edge (not Internet Explorer 11)
  • Broadband Internet or Wi-Fi connection

Apple Mac OS®

  • Apple Mac OS X 10.12 and higher
  • Google Chrome, Apple Safari 10 and higher, Mozilla Firefox
  • Broadband Internet or Wi-Fi connection




  • Apple iOS 10.0 and higher
  • Apple Mobile Safari
  • Wi-Fi or mobile data connection (4G)


  • Android 6.0 and higher
  • Chrome browser
  • Wi-Fi or mobile data connection (4G)




Accreditation & Certificate of attendance

An application for RIZIV/INAMI accreditation of the BIRD Digital Symposium has been submitted. The activity number is 21006412.