What is a proof of status?

A Proof of Status is an official letter written and signed (by hand/ no electronic signature) by the head of department – hospital or academic institution – which confirms the status of the applicant. The document must be issued in English on official hospital/university letterhead and must be submitted to the Registration Department before the relevant registration deadline. The date of the document cannot be older than 6 months.

Once the online pre-registrations for the Symposium/Congress are closed, participants still wishing to register will need to bring their proof of status onsite, in order to benefit from the reduced fee.

 

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