2022 Conference Registration Information
Registration for the 2022 ASBDD Conference is now open! We invite you to register for the 8th Biennial Conference of the Australasian Society for Bipolar and Depressive Disorders (ASBDD) at University House at Woodward, Melbourne, from the 3rd to 4th of November 2022.
This conference focuses on new understanding of bipolar and depressive disorders, their treatment, and prevention as well as the maintenance of good health and social integration. Though there is a strong academic base, it is intended that this conference will have valuable information for a wide range of clinicians, academics, and also for consumers and their families.
Please review the available conference passes below – we hope to see you in Melbourne.
|Fee Type||Early Bird (before 12/09/22)||Late Fee (after 12/09/22)|
|Registration including 2 year ASBDD membership||$925.00||$985.00||Select|
|Conference registration only without membership||$985.00||$1,085.00||Select|
|Student/Dr up to 2 years post-PhD/Research assistant/Registrar/Nurse, including 2 year ASBDD membership||$635.00||$690.00||Select|
|Student/Dr up to 2 years post-PhD/Research assistant/Registrar/Nurse conference registration only without membership||$690.00||$745.00||Select|
To renew your membership after Covid and continue to receive access to the members-only content and reduced registration rates, select the members including membership fee registration rate.
*rate available to those who identify as a Consumer and/or Carer
Full Registration Entitlements:
- Entry to all Conference plenary and concurrent sessions
- Lunch, morning and afternoon teas (daily)
- Conference name badge
- One (1) Welcome Reception ticket (Thursday 03 November 2022)
Day Registration Entitlements
- Entry to Conference plenary and concurrent sessions (on designated day only)
- Lunch, morning and afternoon tea (on designated day only)
- Conference name badge
ASBDD Conference Registration 2022
Please fill out the form below to register for the ASBDD 2022 Conference.
Helping early and mid-career researchers
The ASBDD supports early and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) through peer exchange initiatives,
mentoring programs, and the promotion of clinical research. Our dedicated EMCR committee facilitates
the sharing of research projects that are underway, and the discussion of recent research findings.