IPOS/CAPO 2022 World Congress: REIMAGINING PSYCHOSOCIAL ONCOLOGY: EMBRACING VOICES FROM AROUND THE WORLD

  • 29 Aug 2022
  • 1 Sep 2022
  • In person and live virtual

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Must be from a Low-to-middle income Country
  • Must be from a Low-to-middle income Country
  • Must be from a Low-to-middle income Country
  • Must be from a Low-to-middle income Country
  • Must be from a Low-to-middle income Country
  • Must be from a Low-to-middle income Country
  • Must be from a Low-to-middle income Country
  • Must be from a Low-to-middle income Country
  • Become a full member of CAPO and register for the Congress at the same time.
  • Become a full member of CAPO and register for the Congress at the same time.
  • Become a CAPO Student Member while registering for the Congress
  • Become a CAPO Student Member while registering for the Congress

Register

The IPOS/CAPO 2022 World Congress will run from August 29 to September 1, with in-person or virtual options.

Pre-congress psychosocial academy training sessions will be held on Monday, August 29, 2022 in separate timeslots throughout the day.

Presentations will be available as follows:

  • Plenary Sessions
  • Symposiums
  • 20 minute orals
  • 10 minute orals
  • Posters

CONGRESS PRICING: 

All fees are in CANADIAN funds and are NOT subject to tax.

  • Not a member of IPOS and want the member rate? Join IPOS online BEFORE registering for the Congress by going to https://ipos-society.org/Membership
  • Not a member of CAPO and want the member rate? Select the "Join & Go" option.
  • LMIC: Individuals registering from a Country considered to be low-to-middle income level.
  • Please note the Congress recordings (to be made available by September 15) will automatically be provided access at no extra cost to all in-person and virtual registrants. 

IN-PERSON OPTIONS

IPOS & CAPO MEMBER IN-PERSON CONGRESS OPTIONS:

  • IPOS & CAPO Member Regular: $900 (on or after July 1)
  • CAPO Member Join & Go: $925
  • IPOS LMIC Member: $585
  • IPOS LMIC Student Member: $440
  • IPOS & CAPO Student/Patient Member Regular: $600 (on or after July 1)
  • CAPO Student/Patient Join & Go: $560

NON-MEMBER IN-PERSON CONGRESS OPTIONS:

  • Regular: $995 (on or after July 1)
  • LMIC Non-Student: $650
  • LMIC Student: $470
  • Student/Patient Regular: $675 (on or after July 1)

VIRTUAL OPTIONS

IPOS & CAPO MEMBER VIRTUAL CONGRESS OPTIONS:

  • IPOS & CAPO Member Regular: $525 (on or after July 1)
  • CAPO Member Join & Go: $585
  • IPOS LMIC Member: $275
  • IPOS LMIC Student Member: $225
  • IPOS & CAPO Student/Patient Member Regular: $450 (on or after July 1)
  • CAPO Student/Patient Join & Go: $385

NON-MEMBER VIRTUAL CONGRESS OPTIONS:

  • Regular: $625 (on or after July 1)
  • LMIC Non-Student: $325
  • LMIC Student: $250
  • Student/Patient Regular: $550 (on or after July 1)

Pre-congress psychosocial academy training sessions PRICING: 

All fees are in CANADIAN funds and are NOT subject to tax.

  • Please note the recordings of the virtual sessions will automatically be provided access at individual session registrants by September 15 PENDING QUALITY of recording.
  • In-person Academy Workshop (1 day): $250

  • In-person Academy Workshop (1/2 day): $175
  • Virtual Academy Workshop (1/2 day): $125

VIRTUAL CONGRESS AND PRE-CONGRESS PSYCHOSOCIAL ACADEMY TRAINING SESSION ACCESS INFORMATION

  • Details on how to access will be emailed to all registrants well in advance of the proceedings. The details will be emailed to the address entered when registering for the congress. Be sure to check your spam folder! If you are not able to locate the access information by 9 a.m., August 27, please email [email protected]. It is the responsibility of the registrant to make sure they have the access information.
  • It is up to each registrant to ensure they have a strong internet connection prior to the event. Please be sure to test your connection well in advance.

PLEASE REVIEW IF ATTENDING IN-PERSON - SAFETY FIRST:

  1. While mask mandates have been lifted in the province of Ontario, most hospitals across the province have kept mask rules in place for visitors and staff, pointing to risk factors among their patients. As such, the Congress planning committee, having encouraged patient participation at the World Congress, will follow the lead set out from local institutions. ALL in-person attendees must be equipped with a mask to wear in common areas and session rooms (only removing them when presenting/eating/drinking). We recommend high-quality medical-grade masks or approved respirators (e.g., N95, KN95). If you have a medical reason for not being able to wear a mask, please email [email protected] by August 15 so we can make note in your registration record. Please also take note of individual delegate comfort levels, which will be easily identified on their name badges (see point 4.) and engage with them accordingly.
  2. We highly recommend all in-person attendees be fully vaccinated.
  3. The venue will be following all local government protocols. Refer to  amp;source=gmail&ust=1657300732842000&usg=AOvVaw0ycZrc4qlRLPeY37fOe_KV" style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">https://covid-19.ontario.ca/public-health-measures
  4. Coloured stickers will be provided to attendees to place on their name badge (when they check-in) to signify registrant comfort levels around close contact. For example, 1) RED - please keep a safe distance 2) YELLOW - close proximity welcome with no physical contact, 3) GREEN - close and physical contact welcomed. Be sure to make note of the colour sticker of your fellow attendees.
  5. Stay home/participate virtually if you feel unwell or are exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms. If unwell, we ask you to complete a COVID-19 test and quarantine until a negative result is confirmed. If needed, COVID-19 tests can be purchased locally. Please note, with currently circulating COVID-19 variants, it is common for rapid tests to be unable to detect COVID-19 until several days into infection – hence even if you have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 and are testing negative, please participate virtually.

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