This event is free to attend.
To support our clinical colleagues across the NHS through the upcoming junior doctors industrial action, the BMJ and UKHACC have made the difficult decision to postpone the Net Zero Clinical Care Conference. The conference will now take place on the 10th October 2023 at BMA House in London.
You will be contacted via email on a first come first serve basis from when you signed up for the waitlist.
Simply email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and the team will be happy to assist you with any questions or changes that you need made to your booking.
You will be contacted via email on a first come first serve basis from when you signed up for the waiting list.
Should you be unable to attend, please inform us via this link
You may transfer a booking from one delegate to another at any time, please do so on the above mentioned link
Please email email@example.com to transfer your booking to a virtual presentation or to cancel your booking completely.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to transfer your booking to an in-person registration. To note there is a strict 1 presenter per poster policy as this event is fully booked and we wish to offer the opportunity to all successful submitters to showcase their work in-person.
You can plan your journey here.
- In-person delegates: Your registration grants you access to all sessions, lunch and refreshments.
- Virtual delegates: Your registration grants you access to all sessions
Yes, all delegates will automatically receive a certificate of attendance. This will be emailed to you after the conference.
Although this event is not formally accredited, you can claim CPD points for the sessions you attended. You will be allocated one point for each one hour of educatin.
There are a number of hotels located close to BMA House in London.
When booking your travel and accommodation, we urge you to ensure that they are refundable arrangements. BMJ cannot be held responsible for non-refundable bookings. Bookings, cancellations and changes to hotel arrangements should be made directly with the hotel/accommodation booking agency that you are using. BMJ is not involved with and do not accept any responsibility for accommodation and travel tickets.
Yes, the lift from reception will provide access to L1 (The Great Hall) and up to Level 3 for all breakout sessions.
All Greener NHS participants can request their seat via the link emailed to you during the week of 3 April.
Should the above not answer the question that you have, then please reach out to the events team.