Deadline for Advance Online Registration: October 10th, 2006 (after this date, only on-site registration is possible; additional fees apply).
Registration Deadlines and Fees
The registration fee covers: Access to all session in the core program (Mon-Wed), a reception on Sunday night, all coffee-breaks, lunch on Monday and Tuesday, Breakfast on Monday to Wednesday, a free 1-day usability tutorial on Thursday, a conference bag with conference materials. Not included in the registration fee are travel costs, tutorials other than the usability tutorial on Thursday, optional tours and social program, and accommodation.
|Normal with|| JMIR membership (D)
|Discounted (consumer, student, developing country)*||CAD 490.00|
|Discounted with|| JMIR membership (D)
*50% discount for students, consumers, and delegates
from Developing Country (LIC, LMC, or severely indebted country according to WorldBank) (for all three groups discount only applies if no grant funding is available to cover the entire registration fee). Consumers are defined as non-presenting, non-health professionals not working at a health related organization/institutions/company. However, if you are a health-professional not falling into this category, unable to pay the full normal registration fee, you may talk to us, we are willing to listen to your case and may grant you a discounted ticket.
1-day registration: 1-day registration is 50% of the prices given above. For 1-day registration, check only one of the checkboxes (Mon, Tue, Wed) in the registration form.
On-site registration: The prices given above are for advance online registration and payment. For on-site registration, add $100. This on-site fee also applies if you pre-registered or registered through this website, but did not pay in advance.
1 CAD = 0.619343 EURO
1 CAD = 0.809596 USD
*All charges will be in Canadian Dollar, exchange rates to Euro and US$ are subject to change
The exchange rates provided above were valid as of May 2005. Please verify current exchange rates. In addition, credit card companies may charge a commission for currency exchanges. Thus, your credit card statement may show different amounts.