Registration for GIN 2023 is now open. Registration for the Guidelines International Network (GIN) Conference can be completed by clicking here. To qualify for a member discount, you must be a full paid-up member of GIN as at 30 April 2023. To be eligible for the student rates, you must be a current student enrolled on a full-time basis. Evidence of your current enrolment status must be uploaded at time of registration (copy of student ID, employee identification). Registration opens – 17 Jan 2023 Call for Abstracts opens – 17 Jan 2023 Abstract submission closes – 4 April 2023 Notifications of Abstract Acceptance – 30 May 2023 Early Bird Registration closes – 6 July 2023 Conference – 19 – 22 Sep 2023 Registration CategoriesFees (GBP £)LMIC/Students/Patients – OnlineLMIC/Students/Patients – Early BirdLMIC/Students/Patients – Standard £409£409£478Individual GIN Members – OnlineIndividual GIN Members – Early BirdIndividual GIN Members – Standard£817£817£903Organisation GIN Members – OnlineOrganisation GIN Members – Early BirdOrganisation GIN Members – Standard£785£785£865Non Members – OnlineNon Members – Early BirdNon Members – Standard£919£919£994 Please direct all registration enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org REGISTRATION CANCELLATION POLICY Registration cancellations received via email at the GIN 2023 Conference Secretariat’s email address by Friday 21st July 2023, will be accepted and all fees refunded, less a £50 administrative fee (as per policy). Cancellations received after Friday 21st July 2023, will not be refunded; however, transfer of your registration to another person is acceptable. This can be done by re-accessing your registration via the confirmation email and replacing your name and information with the new delegate’s at any time prior to the online registration deadline. No refunds will be issued for non-attendance at the conference. In the unlikely event that the conference is cancelled, no associated costs such as travel and accommodation etc. will be refunded by GIN. Please note that it is the responsibility of the individual delegate to have appropriate insurance in place.