Please note that all participants are required to register and pay the applicable congress fee. The registration fees are tiered based on the registrant's country of practice.
The registration fee includes attendance at all scientific sessions, access to all congress material, all networking opportunities, Opening Ceremony and refreshments during the tea-and-coffee breaks in the mornings and afternoons including lunch. The Pre and Post Satellite Meetings and Workshops may incur a separate fee.
Accompanying persons fee includes: Admission to the exhibition floor and lounges on Tuesday to Friday; Coffee, tea and lunch on Tuesday to Friday; Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception on Tuesday; Accompanying persons do not have access to scientific sessions.
You do not have to be an ICNA member to present a paper, poster, or to attend the congress. However, you may find it well worth joining the ICNA online. Membership will entitle you to a discount on the congress registration fee, online access to the premium content on ICNApedia and the ICNApedia newsletter. You don't have to do anything if your are an ICNA member. Any applicable discounted rates would be automatically applied. The following payment methods are available:
Important Update: Given the current multiple stressors (economic, war in Ukraine, rising covid cases), the ICNA has taken the decision to extend the early bird registration rates until Oct. 7th
|Dates||Nov 15 - July 15, 2022||July 16 - Sept. 26, 2022||Sept. 27 - Oct. 7, 2022|
|High Income||€ 785||€ 845||€ 785||€ 845||€ 785||€ 845|
|Upper Middle Income||€ 590||€ 650||€ 590||€ 650||€ 590||€ 650|
|Lower Middle Income||€ 490||€ 550||€ 490||€ 550||€ 490||€ 550|
|Low Income||€ 280||€ 340||€ 280||€ 340||€ 280||€ 340|
|Student / Fellow / Resident / Nurse / AHP||€ 280||€ 340||€ 280||€ 340||€ 280||€ 340|
|Accompanying Person||€ 280||€ 280||€ 280||€ 280||€ 280||€ 280|
|Congress start date||10-03-2022|
|Registration Fees||Tiered rates based on Country Income Category|
|Location||Sueno Hotels Belek|
Ana Carolina Coan
Professor of Neurology, Pediatrics, and Epidemiology & Biostatistics at the University of California, San Francisco.