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Select Your Registration Level

Recording Access Only: $25 per person

This option will give you access to all of the presentations recorded in the main ballroom and a breakout room on Saturday and Sunday during the conference. It typically takes about a month after the conference for our team to format all of the recordings and get them posted online. A code to access the recordings will be emailed to the purchaser when the recordings are ready.

In-Person Conference Registration: $350 per person (CLOSED)
This option includes access to all conference lectures and interactive educational sessions, social activities and entertainment, the Exhibit Fair, the Friday Welcome Reception, Saturday lunch, Saturday Awards Dinner, Sunday lunch, and online access to the recorded lectures after the conference.

 

In-Person Conference Registration plus CME Course: $400 per person (CLOSED)

This year we will offer the option for healthcare professionals and students in the health professions to add an accredited CME Course to their in person conference registration. This course will take place on June 29, 2024 during the conference, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM. Review the CME agenda. Individuals who participate in the course will be eligible for up to 7 ACCME Category 1 PRA credits issued by Dysautonomia International and CME University through a joint providership. Please check with your professional licensing board to determine if you may use these credits to meet your continuing education requirements. This option also includes access to all conference lectures and interactive educational sessions, social activities and entertainment, the Exhibit Fair, the Friday Welcome Reception, Saturday lunch, Saturday Awards Dinner, Sunday lunch, and online access to the recorded lectures after the conference. Please note, CME credits are only available for in person viewing of the CME course.

Livestream Registration: $100 per person (CLOSED)

Can't join us in person? This year we will offer a livestream option for the lectures in our main ballroom on Saturday, June 29, 9am-5pm, and Sunday, June 30, 9am-4pm. Please note, all conference times are in Central Time since the conference is in Chicago. The livestream will be broadcast live through Zoom. You will have the opportunity to ask questions through the Zoom Q&A tool, and we'll share helpful links and resource documents with the Zoom audience. Transcripts will be enabled for those who need it. We will share the slides from speakers who give us permission to do so. You will also have access to recordings from the main ballroom and a breakout room, which will be emailed to you about a month after the conference.

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