The AMEE congress, which attracts teachers, course organisers and researchers with an interest in medical and health education, took place from 30 August to 3 September at convention centre MiCo – Milano Congressiat and was delivered by Worldspan's PCO team.
Worldspan became AMEE's core PCO in 2012 and delivered the association's congresses in Lyon in 2012 and in Prague in 2013.
The 2014 conference has experienced a 20% growth in exhibitors.
The AMEE event aims to communicate key developments in curriculum planning, approaches to teaching and learning, assessment methods and educational management.
Professor RM Harden, general secretary at the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE), said: "In AMEE we truly value our ongoing relationship with Worldspan. Thank you for all your help and support."
Last month, Worldspan announced that it was expecting gross profits of £1.82m in 2014 - an 8% jump on last year.