2024 ACIPC conference — registration, abstract submissions open

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Friday, 05 April, 2024

2024 ACIPC conference — registration, abstract submissions open

Registrations and abstract submissions have opened for the 2024 ACIPC International Conference, to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and online from 17–20 November 2024.

The theme for this year’s conference is “Succession, sustainability, and the advancement of infection prevention and control”, with the event aimed at addressing emerging challenges, promoting innovative approaches and creating a collaborative environment where diverse perspectives are valued.

ACIPC is inviting healthcare professionals, researchers and industry leaders to explore the fundamental principles and innovative strategies essential for navigating the evolving landscape of infection prevention and one health by fostering a culture of continuous learning and exploration.

It will offer attendees the opportunity to gain insights from national and international experts, network with likeminded professionals and meet with Australasia’s key IPC industry suppliers.

This year’s conference will feature new registration categories designed to make attendance easier for delegates whether joining in Melbourne or online. These initiatives include:

  • Onsite shared registrations: This option grants access for three individuals to attend, with each person allotted a single-day entry, allowing multiple team members to benefit from the event without separate registrations.
  • Online day registration: Attendees can choose specific conference days aligning with their interests, focusing on sessions most relevant to their professional goals.
  • Dinner inclusive registrations: Delegates can opt to include dinner with their registration, customising their conference experience according to their preferences.

An early registration discounted fee will be available until 1 October 2024.

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