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VHA discount for World Congress

Posted 02 February 2018

VHA is a champion for the World Hospital Congress, this year taking place in Brisbane.

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association will host the event from 10 to 12 October. The event brings hospital and health service leaders from around the globe together to share views and experiences, network and develop excellence in healthcare and hospitals leadership.

The program is currently being released with speakers announced to date here and an overview of the program here.

As a champion the VHA has access to a special discounted registration rate. Please take advantage of this discount by using the code included below when you register.

VHA members are able to access a super early-bird rate of $1,250 (standard rate $1,650) by using the code CPWHCVHA when registering on or before 30 June.

Registration details can be found hereClick here for flyer. 

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