The meeting will be held at the historical Hadley’s Orient Hotel, in the CBD of Hobart and a significant venue for anaesthetists in Australia.
The meeting will be held in the Leadlight room, lunch in the Mary Hadley Room which is then followed by a drinks and canapes reception at The Gallery.
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Delegates will hear from a fantastic line-up of speakers. You can find full details in the event program.
We would like to thank the speakers who have donated many hours of their time to organise, prepare and present at this meeting.
The speakers bio and abstracts will be available on the Event App.
Delegates are invited to end a great day with colleagues and speakers with drinks and canapes in The Gallery at Hadley’s Orient Hotel.
This is included in your registration. If you would like to attend, please ensure that you have ticked the social function box in your registration for the Friday 24 February 2023.
Registration is now open
The registration for the trainee day is included in the cost of registration for the 2023 Tasmanian ASM.
For those delegates who are attending the trainee day only, the registration cost is $A99 (inc. GST).
Registration for the Trainee Day only includes:
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea followed by drinks and canapes.
Registration for the combined Tasmanian ASM & Trainee Day includes:
Registration for the trainee day (as listed above) as well as attendance at the Scientific Program for the Tasmanian ASM on Saturday 25 February 2022 (with morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and the social function).
Please note that registration for the ASM workshops are separate and if you would like to attend, you need to register for each workshop separately.
All registration fees are quoted in Australian dollars and inclusive of GST.
Terms and conditions
Participants need to organise their own accommodation.
Some local accommodation options include:
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ANZCA believes in the safety of our members, contributors, visitors, and staff at all our meetings, seriously. We will continue to monitor and engage with the Tasmanian Government to deliver COVID-safe event for everyone. Please visit the relevant Tasmanian guidelines for the latest updates. We recommend that all delegates, staff, contractors, participants and visitors involved in the meeting are vaccinated.
The Tasmanian Trainee Day will not be liable for any loss or damages to delegates that are caused by factors beyond our control, including but not limited to any imposed or potentially imposed COVID-19 related restrictions and regulations. We recommend all delegates carefully check the details of any insurance coverage you may hold, as well as the specific terms and conditions of your travel and accommodation bookings.
If you are travelling from overseas, please visit the Australian government website. We encourage you to visit this site regularly to keep up to date on restrictions and requirements
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