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Registration fees include:
· All conference materials and badge
· Access to all lectures and exhibition
· Refreshments and lunch
Full Registration Rates
|Registration Type||Early Registration Fee*|
Until 23rd March 2018
|Late Registration Fee*
From 23rd March 2018
|AHP (Member and Non - Member)||£95|
Terms and Conditions of Registration
Before you proceed with your registration, please read the following terms and conditions carefully:
Notification of cancellations should be made by email to email@example.com. If you do not send an email confirming that you wish to cancel your place at the conference you will still be liable to pay the fees. Substitutions can be made at any time.
To register as a student we will require further proof of your student status; this can be a scan of your student identification card or a letter from your university (acceptance letter or matriculation letter) you will be asked to upload this during the registration process, if you cannot upload it please email it to BIHS@in-conference.org.uk
Payment of Registration Fees
Payment can be made at the time of registering by credit or debit card, and we accept card payments by VISA, VISA Debit and MasterCard only.
Payment must be received in full prior to the conference. If you register at the early registration rate, payment must be received in full by the Early Registration deadline. If payment is not received at this time, your registration rate will automatically be changed to standard registration and the higher fee will be due.
Do I have to pay by credit card online or can I be invoiced?
We request that all registrations are paid for online however if this is not possible please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Up to and including: 20 April 2018 the registration fee will be refunded less £40 administration fee.
Cancellations after 20 April 2018, will not be refunded.
No shows will not be refunded.
Please note that by attending the conference, attendees consent to being filmed and/or photographed for the purposes of the British and Irish Hypertension Society.