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DIGITAL HEALTH INSTITUTE SUMMIT NOVEMBER 2020

FAQS about the Summit

Healthier lives, digitally enabled

General

What is the duration of the Summit?

The Summit will be held 10 – 25 November 2020 and spread across 5 states, with a single-day program each in Brisbane (10 November), Perth (13 November), Sydney (17 November), Melbourne (20 November), and Adelaide (25 November).

What safety measures are being taken to deliver this event?

We are closely monitoring the evolving State Government restrictions as well as following the guidelines of the World Health Organisation and Business Events Council Australia for safety measures on large gatherings. The Summit will be held in accordance with all current guidelines and safety regulations.

What is the dress code?

To make participating as comfortable as possible, the dress code for the conference is smart casual.

Registration

What are the registration fees for the Summit?

All fees can be found here.

What is included with my registration?

In-person attendance

  • Live attendance at your local Summit event
  • In-person networking throughout the day’s program
  • Live demos with Summit exhibitors and sponsors
  • An opportunity to meet with new peers and gain connections with others in the sector
  • On-demand streaming of all 5 Summit programs post event on Digital Health TV
  • Oh, and yes, we will feed and caffeinate you!

Virtual attendance

  • Live online access to each city’s program
  • On-demand streaming of all 5 Summit programs post event on Digital Health TV
Who is eligible to register?

The Summit welcomes attendees from across the healthcare sector. The virtual attendance option provides the opportunity for people from multiple countries and time zones to join us for the inaugural Digital Health Institute Summit.

What happens if the city I choose to attend goes into lockdown?

If we are unable to hold an in-person event in any of the cities, then your registration will be automatically transferred to live virtual attendance. You will also have on-demand access to all 5 programs post event.

Speakers

I applied to speak. Do I have to pay to attend the Summit?

Yes, purchasing a discounted speaker registration is a pre-requisite to present at the Summit. Your registration fee will give you access to in-person attendance at your local Summit as well as on-demand access to all 5 Summit programs. Registration will be opened soon. Registration prices are available under General info > Registration rates.

If I am accepted to speak on the Summit program, where do I go to deliver my talk?

Speakers are required to present in-person at a Summit event in their nearest city. Provisions will be made for special cases.

CPD points

What CPD points will I earn?

The Summit program will be accredited by a number of organisations. You can fill in a sign-in sheet at the registration desk indicating the organisation you wish to claim CPD points from. Each accredited organisation may still require you to self-record and register your hours with them post event.

Will I receive a certificate of attendance?

Certificates of attendance are available on request, please email [email protected] post Summit if you would like one.

AIDH repurposed events schedule

I had already paid to attend HIC 2020. What are my options now that HIC 2020 has been cancelled and replaced with the Summit?

Your HIC 2020 registration can be easily transferred to your local Summit event. Alternatively, we can give you a credit note to use on any other AIDH product. Please email [email protected] to let us know how you wish to proceed.

I had already paid to attend ATC 2020. What are my options now that ATC 2020 has been cancelled and replaced with the Summit?

Your ATC 2020 registration can be easily transferred to your local Summit event. Alternatively, we can give you a credit note to use on any other AIDH product. Please email [email protected] to let us know how you wish to proceed.

I made a submission to HIC 2020 at the start of the year, what happens to my submission now that HIC is no longer happening?

If your submission was under the academic/scientific category and you do not wish to make any changes to it, then we can transfer it over to the Summit and it will then be judged as per Summit submission guidelines.

However, if you would like to make substantial changes to what was previously submitted, then you need to submit a new expression of interest to present and your previous submission will be retracted.

The academic/scientific program and publication is unchanged, except that you will now present your paper at your local Summit event.

Please email [email protected] to let us know how you want to proceed.

If your submission was under the industry or clinical categories, then you will have to resubmit according to the new guidelines for the Summit.

I was accepted to speak at ATC 2020, does that mean I am automatically included in the new Summit program?

Yes. You should have received a letter from us outlining this. However, if you would like to make substantial changes to what was previously accepted, then it will be treated as a new expression of interest to present and your previous presentation will be retracted. The new topic will then be judged for presentation as per regular Summit guidelines. Please email [email protected] to let us know how to treat your accepted ATC presentation.