Register for the Australasian International Breast Congress
Australasian International Breast Congress – Australasian Society for Breast Disease (ASBD), 6th World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer (CoBrCa) and Breast Surgeons of Australia and New Zealand (BreastSurgANZ).
Registration for 2022 is now open.
| ||Early Fee|
Until July 13, 2022
From July 14, 2022
until October 6, 2022
|Last Minute Fee|
From October 7, 2022
|Member Fee: In Person Attendance (Members of ASBD and BreastSurgANZ)|
See tab below on how to become a member
|Physicians and Scientists||AUD 850||AUD 950||AUD 1050|
|1Nurses, Students, Allied Health Professionals, Consumer Advocates||AUD 450||AUD 550||AUD 650|
|Workshop - Physicians and Scientists||AUD 80||AUD 80||AUD 80|
|Workshop - 1Nurses, Students, Allied Health Professionals, Consumer Advocates||AUD 30||AUD 30||AUD 30|
|Member Fee: Virtual Attendance (Members of ASBD and BreastSurgANZ)|
See tab below on how to become a member
|Physicians and Scientists||AUD 350||AUD 400||AUD 450|
|1Nurses, Students, Allied Health Professionals, Consumer Advocates||AUD 190||AUD 240||AUD 290|
|Workshop - Physicians and Scientists||AUD 50||AUD 50||AUD 50|
|Workshop - 1Nurses, Students, Allied Health Professionals, Consumer Advocates||AUD 20||AUD 20||AUD 20|
|Non Member Fee: In Person Attendance|
|Physicians and Scientists||AUD 950||AUD 1050||AUD 1150|
|1Nurses, Students, Allied Health Professionals, Consumer Advocates||AUD 550||AUD 650||AUD 750|
|Workshop - Physicians and Scientists||AUD 160||AUD 160||AUD 160|
|Workshop - 1Nurses, Students, Allied Health Professionals, Consumer Advocates||AUD 60||AUD 60||AUD 60|
|Non Member Fee: Virtual Attendance |
|Physicians and Scientists||AUD 450||AUD 500||AUD 550|
|1Nurses, Students, Allied Health Professionals, Consumer Advocates||AUD 250||AUD 300||AUD 350|
|Workshop - Physicians and Scientists||AUD 100||AUD 100||AUD 100|
|Workshop - 1Nurses, Students, Allied Health Professionals, Consumer Advocates||AUD 40 ||AUD 40||AUD 40|
Fees include: AIB Congress scientific updates, newsletters, access to accepted abstracts, participation in the AIB Congress, participation in the young scientist competition, the AIB Congress e-Book, Congress material, AIB Congress certificate, free access to AIB Congress Networking Reception and catering during official congress breaks (coffee/tea and lunch) as indicated in the congress prorgam for onsite participants.
* Optional half-day workshops will be held on Thursday, October 13, 2022
* Registration to workshops is open to participants who are registered to the congress only (in person or virtual).
* Fees to workshops include: Participation in workshop, access to coffee break (for onsite participants), certificates of attendance
1Nurses, Students, Allied Health Professionals and Consumer Advocates must provide proof confirming your status, which you will be requested to provide during the registration process.
**Members of ASBD and BreastSurgANZ (See tab below on how to become a member)
All fees include 10% GST
For registration enquiries:
Australia: 1300 061 814
International: +61 3 8657 4987
AIBC2022 is planning a hybrid meeting and looks forward to welcoming delegates to our face-to-face Congress in October. The Congress will be held with strict adherence to any applicable COVID-19 restrictions in place at the time of the meeting. Depending on social distancing regulations at the time of the congress, space might be limited. Early registrations will benefit from guaranteed access while the Congress Secretariat will monitor the situation and update seat availability accordingly.
AIBC2022 recognises that there may be international and national travel restrictions. A virtual option, including workshops, will be available for participants, thus making it a hybrid Congress and thereby allowing for local and international participation.
For delegates who register for the onsite congress and will not be able to participate in person due to changing travel restrictions, registration fees will be transferred to a virtual category and the difference in price will be refunded.
For delegates who register for the virtual congress and will be able to participate in person due to changing travel restrictions, registration fees will be transferred to the onsite category and the difference in price will be charged.
Cancellation of participation will be as per the cancellation policy.
Payments should be made on the registration website by credit card or via bank transfer.
Bank charges are the responsibility of the payer and should be paid in addition to the fees.
A copy of the bank transfer will be required in order to confirm registration.
Registration will only be valid upon receipt of full payment.
All cancellations must be faxed or electronically mailed. Refund of registration fees will be as follows:
- Postmarked until August 16, 2022 – 100% refund (minus $ 50 handling fee).
- Postmarked as of August 17, 2022 until September 13, 2021 – 50% refund.
- No refund from September 14, 2022.
The AIB Congress (nor CoBrCa) cannot accept liability for personal accidents, nor loss of or damage to private property of participants, either during or directly arising from The Australasian International Breast Congress.
Participants should make their own arrangements with respect to health and travel insurance.
By agreeing to share your information with the CoBrCa Congress, you agree to CongressMed Ltd supplying congress recognized supporters with relevant email and other contact information so long as all rights under the Data Protection Act are not affected.
After almost 2 years with no conferences or meetings due to the impact of COVID-19, the ASBD Executive is excited to host a private dinner for ASBD members on Thursday 13th October at The Rooftop, Level 12, Rydges South Bank, Brisbane, adjacent to the conference venue.
Come along and catch up in person with friends and colleagues.
Register now on the ASBD website.
The subsidised cost to members will be $75.00 including food and beverages.
Note tickets are strictly limited to 200 due to COVID restrictions.
Australia’s borders are currently closed and entry to Australia remains strictly controlled to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Travel to Australia is only available if you are exempt or you have been granted an individual exemption.
Please visit the Australian Government Department of Home Affairs website