The full registration fee covers admission to all educational sessions, the welcome reception, trade show and scheduled meals in the conference program unless otherwise indicated. Your registration fee includes shuttle service from the airport to each designated conference hotel.
|By April 30||After April 30|
|Associate physicians, surgeons, dentists||$702||$852|
|Nurses/allied health professionals||$357||$482|
|Life**||No charge||No charge|
|By April 30||After April 30|
|Physicians, surgeons, dentists||$1,102||$1,267|
|Nurses/allied health professionals||$502||$640|
* A CPS member for 20 years and age 65 and over.
** As designated by the CPS Board of Directors.
***Proof of status is needed for full-time students, trainees and residents. To qualify for the student rate, send a copy of your student card and a transcript or a letter from your supervisor or Dean to the attention of the CPS Education Department within 72 hours of submitting your registration. Student registration is not considered complete until proof of status has been received by e-mail at email@example.com or by fax at 613-526-3332.
Daily registration fees entitle a delegate to attend all activities for that day except Thursday’s Social Fun Night, which costs extra. When registering online, be sure to specify which day you’ll attend.
One-day registration $450
Two-day registration $900
The registration fee includes admission to the opening ceremonies, the welcome reception and trade show. Note: The accompanying guest registration fee does not cover symposiums. The fees listed below apply to accompanying guests who are not physicians. Only delegates who register for the full conference are entitled to register an accompanying spouse or other family member as their guest. Guests are not eligible for continuing medical education credits.
Per accompanying guest $150
|Social Fun Night - A Kitchen Party!||$140|
|Children 12 and under||$30|
|Practice What You Preach Walk/Run||$25|
|Children and teens (age 18 and under)||No charge|
|2016 Distinguished Community Paediatric Award Dinner||$80|
|2016 Emerging Leader in Neonatology Award Dinner||$75|
|Global Child and Youth Health Section - "World Class" Dinner||$90|
Cancellation for any reason must be received in writing by May 21, 2016 to generate a refund. A $100 administrative charge is always deducted. No refunds will be issued for cancellations after this date. Registration fees are not transferable to another attendee or meeting.
Contact and other personal information obtained from your conference registration form is secure. It is only used by CPS staff to administer delegate lists and attendance records for Section 1 credits or to advise delegates of future CPS events and offerings. Withholding your consent to use this information as described may limit our ability to serve you. To update personal information or ask a question about how we collect or use personal information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CPS waives registration fees for accredited journalists and editorial staff with newspapers, magazines, medical or health care publications or who work for broadcast or web-based media.
To obtain a media badge, a journalist or media representative must provide appropriate identification, such as a business card or letter of assignment. To certify that they are covering the conference on their organization’s behalf, freelance journalists must provide a letter of assignment, written and signed by an editor, on the official letterhead of a recognized news entity.
Media personnel must register on site at the conference registration desk and check in with CPS staff in the Media Room (Office #1 of the PEI Convention Centre) before they can be admitted to sessions. Media badges allow admission to all plenary sessions, seminars and workshops, and must be worn at all times.
To reach CPS media relations staff before or after the annual conference, call 1-613-526-9397 ext. 247, between the hours of 8 am and 4 pm (EST). Once on site, starting June 22, contact staff in the Media Room (Office #1 of the PEI Convention Centre). The Media Room provides interview space and Internet access.
CPS media relations staff can assist journalists by providing background information on child health issues and helping to set up interviews with speakers, CPS representatives or designated spokespeople.
Question-and-answer periods in sessions and workshops are reserved for delegates. Journalists should request an interview with a speaker from CPS media relations staff or wait until the session is over before approaching a presenter personally.
Do you have a questions about registration? Contact Amy Britten at 613-526-9397. For all other inquiries about the annual conference, contact the CPS Education Department at 613-526-9397, ext. 248, or by e-mail at email@example.com