We are planning for Cleft 2022 to be primarily a face to face meeting in the beautiful city of Edinburgh, Scotland. We very much hope that colleagues from around the world can participate in person, meet old and new friends, network and have fun. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic however, we recognise that attending physically may not be possible for everyone, so we are also considering a virtual element to the congress, as well as offering on demand content after the congress.
Registration Rates for the onsite congress are listed below:
For delegates wishing to register at the LMIC (Low Middle Income Country rate), please click here to view your country in the World Bank classification of countries.
If you wish to make a group booking, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Registration Type||Early |
(Until 29th April 2022)
(Until 04th July 2022)
(From 5th July 2022)
|Standard Medical/Dental Professional||£600||£700||£800|
|Standard Other Healthcare Profession*||£550||£650||£750|
|CFSGBI Member Medical/Dental Professional||£550||£650||£750|
|CFSGBI Other Healthcare Profession*||£500||£600||£700|
|LMIC (Low Middle Income Country) Medical/Dental Professional||£450||£525||£600|
|LMIC (Low Middle Income Country) Other Healthcare Profession*||£400||£475||£550|
|LMIC (Low Middle Income Country) Student||£300||£375||£450|
|1 Day Rate (does not include social functions)||£200||£250||£275|
*Other Healthcare profession includes the following professions: Nursing, Speech-Language Therapy/Pathology, Audiology, Psychology, Coordinator/Administration, Dental Hygiene/Dental Technician, Research, Social Work, Dietitics/Nutrition, Respiratory Physiology, Data Science, NGO/Nonprofit Professional, Physician/Surgeon Assistant, Community Health Worker, Health Care Economist and Other.
Registration Fees Include:
- Attendance at all scientific sessions
- Entry to the Exhibition Hall and Poster Area
- All delegate materials
- Morning and afternoon refreshment breaks and lunch
- One ticket to attend the Welcome Reception on the first evening of the Congress (for full conference registrants – day registrants must pay for social functions)
Registration Open: Friday 1st October 2021
Early Bird Registration Deadline: Friday, 29 April 2022
Author Registration Deadline: Friday, 29 April 2022
Terms & Conditions
Payment of Registration Fees
Full payment must be made by credit/debit card at the time of registering.
Cards accepted are VISA, Visa Debit and MasterCard, unfortunately we cannot accept American Express or Maestro.
Full payment must be received in full prior to the congress. If you register at the early registration rate, payment must be received in full by the Early Registration deadline. If payment is not received at this time, your registration rate will automatically be changed to standard registration and the higher fee will be due.
On receipt of your registration form, a confirmation email and receipt will be sent to you by the congress organisers. If you have not received this within 5 working days of registering, please contact the congress organisers by emailing email@example.com.
STANDARD CANCELLATION TERMS
All alterations or cancellations to your registration must be made in writing and will be acknowledged by email. Notification should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
An administration charge of £50.00 will be made to any participant cancelling before 30 May 2022. Cancellations received after 30 May 2022 will be required to pay a full registration fee. However, if you are unable to attend, substitutes are welcome at no additional cost.
By submitting your registration you agree to the terms of the cancellation policy.
COVID CANCELLATION TERMS
Conditions that apply to cancellations, substitutions and rescheduling of the Congress due to COVID-19 are listed below.
All other cancellations will be subject to the standard cancellation policy.
Cancellation of the face-to-face event
If the face-to-face Congress has to be cancelled as a result of an outbreak of COVID-19 restricting travel to, or circulation within Edinburgh, Scotland, Cleft 2022 will hold a virtual Congress and all delegates will be transferred to the virtual event. All ancillary costs (cancelled flights etc) will not be the responsibility of Cleft 2022.
Delegates who are unable to attend the Congress due to their location in a declared COVID-19 hot spot will be automatically transferred to become virtual delegates. It is the responsibility of the individual to contact the conference organisers (in writing) if they are affected by a local lock-down, no refund will be applicable to no shows.
Substitutions are allowed for delegates. Please notify the Cleft 2022 secretariat in writing if substitutions are required.
Substituting a presenting author with an alternative person (one of your co-authors only) is acceptable and should be notified to email@example.com. Note that the name and order of the authors will not be changed in the congress programme and proceedings.
No Shows will NOT be refunded.
Please thoroughly check the cancellation policy with your selected hotel prior to booking.
We recommend that all attendees consider travel insurance.
By no means shall Cleft 2022 be held liable, either directly or indirectly, for any problematic issue that may occur within the framework of the congress and its organisation, not only with respect to the organisers but also with respect to third parties (airline companies, hotels, transportation, taxis, etc.) while in the performance of duties or services even indirectly related to the congress.
This contractual liability exemption clause is equally valid in case of an event of force majeure which leads to the disruption and/or the partial or complete cancellation of the congress programme, for reasons not attributable to Cleft 2022. An event of force majeure is defined as an unforeseen and exceptional event – be it climatic, environmental, political or socio-economic – and does not imply any limitation.
Furthermore, the delegate also expressly agrees to totally absolve Cleft 2022 from any responsibility and liability with regard to travel insurance and related costs or claims. It is solely up to the individual to seek out and purchase or otherwise obtain the necessary insurance with regards to his/her travel, etc. and/or to independently issue a claim against any third party that may be responsible for direct or indirect losses or damages caused to or suffered by the delegate en route to and from the congress.
Data Protection Act 1998/2003
The 14th International Congress of Cleft Lip and Palate and Related Craniofacial Anomalies will use your personal data only for purposes connected to this meeting and no details will be passed onto any third parties.
Validity of Passports
It is your responsibility to ensure that your passport is valid for travel and we recommend that you check with your local Embassy. Please note that some countries require your passport to be valid for up to 3 months from the date of return.
Please be aware of unofficial websites offering hotel accommodation and registration packages. They are not representing Cleft 2022 and you should only book via this website for registration and we advise you reserve accommodation only via our appointed the housing partner.