Registration      

Registration for the 2012 Congress opens in November.  Join our mailing list to receive Congress updates and the registration opening reminder.

 

Registration Fees

Fees are listed in US dollars. Click here for current exchange rates.

 

Early (if paid by March 16, 2012) $550
Standard $675
Student/Trainee* $325
One Day Registration** $350

 

Congress registration fee includes admission to the Congress, Congress pocket guide, abstract book, and meals as outlined in the Congress agenda.  The registration fee does not include airfare, hotel, or other costs.

 

*To register as a student/fellow delegate, individuals must submit a letter on university stationery from their program director.

**Rate applies to a full day on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. 

 

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations received by April 20, 2012 will be refunded less a $175 administrative fee.  No refunds will be given for cancellations received after April 20, 2012.  If for any reason the Congress should be cancelled, IRCIMH 2012 will refund the registration fee.  The Congress is not responsible for the refund of airfare, hotel, or other costs.  Cancellations must be sent in writing by email, fax, or mail to IRCIMH 2012 c/o Conference Solutions. 

Email: Register@ConferenceSolutionsInc.com
Fax Number: +1-503-244-2401
Address: 2545 SW Spring Garden St., Suite 150
                  Portland, OR 97219
                  U.S.A.

 

Substitution Policy

If you are unable to attend, you can transfer your registration to another person by notifying IRCIMH 2012 c/o Conference Solutions in writing by email, fax, or mail. 

 

Letter of Invitation

Persons who have registered to attend the Congress may request a letter of invitation for use in visa applications.  Email a request to Register@ConferenceSolutionsInc.com and include the following information: Name, Date of Birth, Passport Number, and Nationality.

 

Badges

All attendees will receive upon registering onsite an identification badge which is required for admission to all Congress functions.