WELCOME TO SCAPLAS 2022 IN REYKJAVIK, ICELAND

Welcome

It is our pleasure to announce the 38th Congress of the Scandinavian Association of Plastic Surgeons – SCAPLAS, taking place in Reykjavík, Iceland, 13 – 15 June 2022. The 10th Nordic Congress of Nurses in Plastic Surgery will be a part of the Congress and take place 13 – 14 June 2022. The 17th Nordic Burn Meeting will be held 12 – 13 June 2022, in conjunction with the Congress.

We will be celebrating 70 years anniversary of SCAPLAS (1951-2021)!

This is a plastic surgery-focused congress   that brings surgeons, nurses, and residents together from the Nordic Countries? and beyond. The congress will not only connect plastic surgeons and nurses professionally from these countries, but also will help forge and reinforce friendships that can last throughout our careers. The Congress will be held in Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre that is located in the heart of Reykjavik, overlooking the Faxaflói bay and Mount Esja.  It is close to most of the Congress hotels, art galleries, shopping areas and restaurants.

June – Iceland’s month of “the midnight sun” – is a wondrous time for a visit.  We will offer various excursions hoping participants will use this opportunity to take time to enjoy the unique nature of Iceland as well as shape the future of plastic surgery together!

We are looking forward to seeing you in Iceland!

Venue
Harpa, the beautiful concert and conference centre features the best conditions for conferences in Iceland. It is conveniently situated at the harbour in the heart of Reykjavík and within walking distance of the city centre with shops, restaurants, art galleries and a vibrant night-life.

Social programme and excursions
Along with the social programme such as the welcoming reception and the conference dinner, participants will have the opportunity to visit Iceland‘s most spectacular attractions, including geysers, waterfalls, volcanoes and glaciers.

Accommodation
Accommodation in various price ranges nearby Harpa has been booked for participants.

Travel to Iceland
Iceland is only 3-4 hours from Europe by flight, and 5-6 hours from the East Coast of North America. A number of international airlines operate flights to Iceland year round from various cities on both sides on the Atlantic.

Introductory videos

Please check out the official welcome video for SCAPLAS 2022 and an amazing and fun-filled trailer representing our amazing SCAPLAS meeting venue; Harpa Conference and Concert centre.

Welcome to Iceland
SCAPLAS 2022 trailer by Visit Iceland
#scaplas2022

Welcome to Reykjavík
Official trailer for the city of Reykjavík
#visitreykjavik #reykjavikloves

Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre
Your meeting place in Reykjavík
#harpareykjavik

Important dates

2021 2022

10 December 2021
Call for abstracts

10 December 2021
Registration opens

15 March 2022
Deadline for submission of abstract

1 April – 15 April 2022
Notification of acceptance of abstract

20 April 2022
Deadline for early-bird registration

30 April 2022
Deadline for cancellation refund

13 – 15 June 2022
Congress

Visit Iceland Instagram

The official Instagram of Inspired by Iceland
#inspiredbyiceland / visiticeland.com

Have you been to the East Fjords? This beautiful part of Iceland offers spectacular views on fjords stretching out to the horizon 😍
Remember to look out for reindeers! 🦌 
@visitausturland 
#inspiredbyiceland

📸 @that.icelandic.guy

Have you been to the East Fjords? This beautiful part of Iceland offers spectacular views on fjords stretching out to the horizon 😍
Remember to look out for reindeers! 🦌
@visitausturland
#inspiredbyiceland

📸 @that.icelandic.guy
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Can you imagine a more dreamlike experience? ❄️
Stepping inside one of these crystal glacial caves is one of the highlights of the Icelandic winter season. New caves form every year and it takes experienced guides to identify the safe ones to visit.
Who would you bring along with you to explore ice caves one day?👀
#inspiredbyiceland

Can you imagine a more dreamlike experience? ❄️
Stepping inside one of these crystal glacial caves is one of the highlights of the Icelandic winter season. New caves form every year and it takes experienced guides to identify the safe ones to visit.
Who would you bring along with you to explore ice caves one day?👀
#inspiredbyiceland
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Are you ready for your winter adventure? Try kayaking among peaceful Icelandic fjords and experience Iceland’s incredible winter scenery from a different angle! 💙 Kayaking tours are available at various locations around the country and are suitable for beginners as well as more advanced kayakers. It’s a wonderful opportunity for wildlife watching, so you might be able to spot birds, seals, whales, and more! 🦭🐋🐦
#inspiredbyiceland

Are you ready for your winter adventure? Try kayaking among peaceful Icelandic fjords and experience Iceland’s incredible winter scenery from a different angle! 💙 Kayaking tours are available at various locations around the country and are suitable for beginners as well as more advanced kayakers. It’s a wonderful opportunity for wildlife watching, so you might be able to spot birds, seals, whales, and more! 🦭🐋🐦
#inspiredbyiceland
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The Snæfellnes peninsula, @westiceland is full of beautiful gems like the famous Kirkjufell mountain, the Vatnshellir cave or this stunning black church called Buðir church 🖤 This iconic landmark attracts many visitors because of its gorgeous surroundings - mountains and lava fields. It also has a fascinating history: it was first built in 1703, but it rotted down and was rebuilt in 1848. The Buðir church is particularly picturesque in the wintertime, covered in sparkling snow. ❄️
#inspiredbyiceland

The Snæfellnes peninsula, @westiceland is full of beautiful gems like the famous Kirkjufell mountain, the Vatnshellir cave or this stunning black church called Buðir church 🖤 This iconic landmark attracts many visitors because of its gorgeous surroundings - mountains and lava fields. It also has a fascinating history: it was first built in 1703, but it rotted down and was rebuilt in 1848. The Buðir church is particularly picturesque in the wintertime, covered in sparkling snow. ❄️
#inspiredbyiceland
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Kicking off your week with this beautiful view 🙌 
Sitting on top of @visitreykjavik and surrounded by woodland, is this remarkable landmark building called Perlan (The Pearl). It’s full of wonders on the inside, where you can enjoy a nature exhibition, an indoor ice cave and a lovely café along with a 360-degree observation deck at the top, that treats you with an incredible city view 🏙 #inspiredbyiceland

Kicking off your week with this beautiful view 🙌
Sitting on top of @visitreykjavik and surrounded by woodland, is this remarkable landmark building called Perlan (The Pearl). It’s full of wonders on the inside, where you can enjoy a nature exhibition, an indoor ice cave and a lovely café along with a 360-degree observation deck at the top, that treats you with an incredible city view 🏙 #inspiredbyiceland
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Winter season in Iceland is made for adventures ⛷
Who is your adventure buddy? Tag below so that you can start planning your trip together! 👏

 #inspiredbyiceland #lookslikeyouneedanadventure

Winter season in Iceland is made for adventures ⛷
Who is your adventure buddy? Tag below so that you can start planning your trip together! 👏

#inspiredbyiceland #lookslikeyouneedanadventure
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Lighthouses have a certain kind of charm whatever the season, don’t you agree? 😍
Iceland has over 100 lighthouses along its shores! This one is located in Garðskagi in @visitreykjanes, a photo-worthy spot that makes for a great day of exploring and breathing in that fresh ocean air 🌊 

👉 Hit the save button for your future trips to Iceland! #inspiredbyiceland

Lighthouses have a certain kind of charm whatever the season, don’t you agree? 😍
Iceland has over 100 lighthouses along its shores! This one is located in Garðskagi in @visitreykjanes, a photo-worthy spot that makes for a great day of exploring and breathing in that fresh ocean air 🌊

👉 Hit the save button for your future trips to Iceland! #inspiredbyiceland
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This East Iceland gem is one of the highest waterfalls in the country and it is located only 30 mins away from Egilsstaðir. The landscape around the Hengifoss waterfall in @visitausturland is a real color explosion: the greens of moss, blues of water and reds of the clay between the rocks create a magical sight ✨ 
Fun fact: On the way to Hengifoss there is Litlanesfoss waterfall, equally picturesque! 😍 #inspiredbyiceland
📸 @lightsinn

This East Iceland gem is one of the highest waterfalls in the country and it is located only 30 mins away from Egilsstaðir. The landscape around the Hengifoss waterfall in @visitausturland is a real color explosion: the greens of moss, blues of water and reds of the clay between the rocks create a magical sight ✨
Fun fact: On the way to Hengifoss there is Litlanesfoss waterfall, equally picturesque! 😍 #inspiredbyiceland
📸 @lightsinn
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When traveling #TheWestfjordsWay you will stumble upon many fascinating gems and the Valagil ravine is undoubtedly one of them 🤩 This spectacular ravine is built from ancient lava, giving an otherworldly feeling. It also hides a picturesque waterfall that you simply cannot miss! 
Up for a short hike? 
Here’s how you get to Valagil 👉Go to a parking lot 9 kilometers/6 miles south of Suðavík in @visitwestfjords and follow the path for around 40 minutes, and you’re there! 🙏🏻 #inspiredbyiceland

When traveling #TheWestfjordsWay you will stumble upon many fascinating gems and the Valagil ravine is undoubtedly one of them 🤩 This spectacular ravine is built from ancient lava, giving an otherworldly feeling. It also hides a picturesque waterfall that you simply cannot miss!
Up for a short hike?
Here’s how you get to Valagil 👉Go to a parking lot 9 kilometers/6 miles south of Suðavík in @visitwestfjords and follow the path for around 40 minutes, and you’re there! 🙏🏻 #inspiredbyiceland
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Relaxing, rejuvenating and unforgettable - that’s how you can describe the experience of bathing in the Secret Lagoon ✨ These thermal baths are the oldest swimming pool in Iceland, and they are located in the geothermal area near Fluðir in @southiceland. What makes the Secret Lagoon unique is the mineral water sourced from a natural hot spring. 

👉 Hit the save button for your future trips to Iceland! #inspiredbyiceland 

📸 @svarnar

Relaxing, rejuvenating and unforgettable - that’s how you can describe the experience of bathing in the Secret Lagoon ✨ These thermal baths are the oldest swimming pool in Iceland, and they are located in the geothermal area near Fluðir in @southiceland. What makes the Secret Lagoon unique is the mineral water sourced from a natural hot spring.

👉 Hit the save button for your future trips to Iceland! #inspiredbyiceland

📸 @svarnar
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One of the things that Iceland is famous for is definitely the cozy Icelandic wool sweater, called lopapeysa. The Icelandic lopapeysa is more than just a pretty souvenir: it’s a lifesaver in Icelandic temperatures, a truthful companion on all travels and outdoor adventures, a sustainable piece of clothing that lasts for a very long time, and finally, a stunning must-have piece, that always looks good ✨#inspiredbyiceland

One of the things that Iceland is famous for is definitely the cozy Icelandic wool sweater, called lopapeysa. The Icelandic lopapeysa is more than just a pretty souvenir: it’s a lifesaver in Icelandic temperatures, a truthful companion on all travels and outdoor adventures, a sustainable piece of clothing that lasts for a very long time, and finally, a stunning must-have piece, that always looks good ✨#inspiredbyiceland ...

Winter in @northiceland might be cold but seeing the beauty of the aurora makes it all worthwhile 💚
Anyone planning to visit Iceland this winter and catch the northern lights? 🤩
 👉 Pro tip: Keep in mind is that although auroras can be seen from dusk till dawn, on average, they most often appear around 11 PM. So, when you are outside chasing auroras, preferably stay out between 10 PM and 1 AM, and you have a better chance of catching them! #inspiredbyiceland

Winter in @northiceland might be cold but seeing the beauty of the aurora makes it all worthwhile 💚
Anyone planning to visit Iceland this winter and catch the northern lights? 🤩
👉 Pro tip: Keep in mind is that although auroras can be seen from dusk till dawn, on average, they most often appear around 11 PM. So, when you are outside chasing auroras, preferably stay out between 10 PM and 1 AM, and you have a better chance of catching them! #inspiredbyiceland
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Only 7 days left to enter our "Reunite in Reykjavik" contest! ⏳
If you’re from the US / Canada or the UK and have a loved one across the pond, Iceland is the perfect destination to meet (and reunite!) halfway 👏
26th November is the last day to enter - let all your friends know and find all the contest rules in the link in our bio!  #inspiredbyiceland

Only 7 days left to enter our "Reunite in Reykjavik" contest! ⏳
If you’re from the US / Canada or the UK and have a loved one across the pond, Iceland is the perfect destination to meet (and reunite!) halfway 👏
26th November is the last day to enter - let all your friends know and find all the contest rules in the link in our bio! #inspiredbyiceland
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Driving around the beautiful wild landscape of the @visitwestfjords is a great part of the Icelandic adventure 🚗  Escape the crowds and road trip to the remote peninsula where you feel like you have the whole place to yourself. 
Pro tip: fly to Ísafjörður from @visitreykjavik with @icelandair and rent a car to visit charming villages around the Westfjords ⛰ 

#inspiredbyiceland

Driving around the beautiful wild landscape of the @visitwestfjords is a great part of the Icelandic adventure 🚗 Escape the crowds and road trip to the remote peninsula where you feel like you have the whole place to yourself.
Pro tip: fly to Ísafjörður from @visitreykjavik with @icelandair and rent a car to visit charming villages around the Westfjords ⛰

#inspiredbyiceland
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Today we celebrate the Day of Icelandic Language! 🇮🇸 
This day is also the birthday of a famous Icelandic poet and author Jónas Hallgrímsson 📖 What is interesting about Icelandic is that it does not usually adopt foreign words; instead, new words are created in order to keep the language free of outside influence. Til hamingju með daginn! 
#inspiredbyiceland

Today we celebrate the Day of Icelandic Language! 🇮🇸
This day is also the birthday of a famous Icelandic poet and author Jónas Hallgrímsson 📖 What is interesting about Icelandic is that it does not usually adopt foreign words; instead, new words are created in order to keep the language free of outside influence. Til hamingju með daginn!
#inspiredbyiceland
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