Melbourne lockdown delays HealthData21, now to be virtual


Friday, 28 May, 2021


Melbourne lockdown delays HealthData21, now to be virtual

Due to the recent cluster of COVID-19 cases and restrictions announced in Melbourne, and the travel advisory issued by various state governments, HealthData21 has been deferred until June 2021 and will be delivered online.

The AIDH (Australasian Institute of Digital Health) events team is working hard to ensure that all curated content for this conference is delivered to delegates. Those who are registered will have the opportunity to watch sessions live or on-demand, interact with speakers and network with other delegates. The specifics are still being finalised and more details will be provided soon.

For speakers: New dates will be confirmed next week according to availability and next step guidelines in preparing for the virtual conference.

For delegates: As per the conference terms and conditions, your registration will automatically transfer to the virtual event. If you are not able to attend a session live, you will have access to the platform for a limited time.

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