10th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference 2016

Registration Rates

*Registrations made after 18 September will incur a $100.00 late booking fee. All rates are in Australian Dollars. 

Registration Type Early Bird
(before 31 July 2016)
(before 18 September)
General $695.00 $845.00
Registrars, Medical college trainees, Residents and Nurses; Allied Health, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Workers, Counsellors & Educators
$495.00 $645.00
$495.00 $645.00
People Living With Chronic Hepatitis $395.00 $545.00
Resource Limited Country Resident $495.00 $645.00
Student $395.00 $545.00
Student Day  $250.00 $250.00
Day Delegate $350.00 $450.00

Group Registration Offer

We are offering free registration to the 10th person when 9 people register as a group.

Shared Registrations

If you are sharing a registration with a colleague/s you will be given a generic badge for your organisation. Each colleague will need to collect and return the badge from the registration desk each day. A sign in and out form will be required to be completed.

Media Registration

Accredited journalists may attend the conference for free. To apply for media registration you need to:
  1. Apply for and receive media accreditation
  2. Complete the registration process
Who is eligible for media accreditation?

Representatives from the following media may apply for media credentials:
  • general-circulation newspapers, magazines, or medical publications 
  • broadcast news media 
  • community newsletters 
Please note that individuals, agents or contractors providing coverage for or being sponsored by industry may not register as media.

What does media registration include?

Free registration to the conference which includes any inclusive social functions. Any auxiliary events that delegates are to pay is to be paid by media representatives as well. 
How to apply?

To be accredited, journalists should email nicole.robertson@ashm.org.au with the following:
  1. A letter from their editor, producer, or news director on letterhead with signature OR or a copy of the publication's masthead with the reporter's name listed;
  2. A sample of one recent article or news report; 
  3. A letter of assignment (for freelance journalists only) on letterhead with signature;
The Conference may request additional materials if needed to establish the appropriateness of a media outlet or journalist for accreditation. Journalists who meet the press criteria outlined above will be accredited on a space-available basis.