Haven’t registered yet? Don’t miss out! We have 650 registrations and are only seven days out! We are thrilled for the sector to see the virtual conference as an opportunity to come together again to share knowledge, support our peers and their research. We have seen a spike in student and nurse registrations, we are incredibly pleased that with the support from our dedicated sponsors and exhibitors we were able to keep costs down to ensure the virtual conference has been more widely accessible.

 

Key reasons to register for the conference if you haven’t yet:

 

  1. Plan ahead: View the LIVE Program and schedule the sessions you don’t want to miss in your calendar. Most live sessions have been designed to include live Q&A so come ready to contribute to the discussion and have your questions answered by experts in the field
  2. On Demand content is available in bite size 15-20 minutes videos for you to binge watch in our own time – Make sure you don’t miss out on viewing this important content. Check out the On Demand Program and Poster Listing.
  3. Connect with your peers: The Meeting Hub provides delegates an option for reaching out to others in the sector attending the conference. The meeting hub is a platform designed to send messages, scheduled meetings and have face to face conversations.
  4. Meet our Exhibitors! Say hello to our exhibitors and see the latest resources and announcements they have to share– some of the exhibitors have fun and interactive elements to participate in to break up the conference day and keep you engaged.

 

Check your tech! Make sure you have stable internet connection. Our platform is optimised for viewing on a desktop or tablet – please don’t use your phone! The portal is also compatible with most browsers but is optimal for Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.

 

You’ve got one day to register! Please register by COB Thursday 12 November so we have time to provide you with the personalised virtual platform login details.

 

Register here to ensure you don’t miss out on this year’s highly anticipated inaugural conference.