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Delegate Registration

Registration Fees & Timings

Registered delegates will be entitled to:

  • conference Programme & Book of Proceedings
  • delegate bag & other conference materials
  • access to all conference areas including the poster and exhibition area
  • morning and afternoon refreshments.
  • lunch (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
  • free entry to all social events
  • formal Conference Dinner
  • 2005 membership of the Academy. By attending conference, delegates automatically pay their membership subscription for 2005.
  • Academy members are able to take advantage of a discounted individual subscription to the international scientific journal Work & Stress (Offered at £50/€73 per annum rather than the full individual subscription of £113).
Form received
on or before
1 October
Form received after 1 October On-Site Registration
EA-OHP Member (2004) £270 / €404 £305 / €456 £345 / €516
Non-member £310 / €464 £345 / €516 £380 / €569
Developing Country £230 / €344 £265 / €397 £300 / €449
Student £150 / €224 £150 / €224 £200 / €299

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Fee Scales

Since 2003, annual EA-OHP subscription fees have been incorporated into the conference fee. All delegates who attended the Academy's 2003 conference in Berlin thus automatically paid their subscription for 2004 and may therefore pay on the 'member' scale.

Delegates who did not attend the 2003 conference in Berlin and have not paid a subscription fee for 2004 are required to pay according to the 'non-member' fee scale.

Developing Countries
Delegates employed by an institution in a developing country as recognised by the official World Health Organisation list are entitled to a reduction in the conference fee.

A reduced fee for students has been introduced for 2004. Students wishing to take advantage of this must produce evidence of being a FULL-TIME POSTGRADUATE student, either on a taught or research degree. A letter from your university administrator to this effect should be scanned and emailed to [email protected] or sent to Maria Karanika, Institute of Work, Health & Organisations, William Lee Buildings 8, Nottingham Science & Technology Park, University Boulevard, Nottingham, NG7 2RQ, United Kingdom.


Two methods of payment are available:
  • Credit Card. We accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express
  • Cheque. (this facility is only available for those paying in pounds sterling).

Registration Form

You can register for Oporto 2004 by emailing the registration form to [email protected]. Please note that for reasons of safety and health, and delegates' comfort, we have to limit the number of delegates to a maximum of 250. Given the interest generated by the tremendous success of the 2003 conference, we would strongly encourage you to register early. For the sake of fairness, registrations will be processed in strict order of receipt ("first come, first served"), and we will only accept the first 250 delegates whose forms and payments are received.

Download Registration Form. Once completed, please email to [email protected]

Click here for EA-OHP recognised list of developing countries

Confirmation of Booking

Confirmation of booking for registration fees will be dispatched as soon as payment has been received and processed by the Society.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation requests must be sent by email to [email protected] 75% of the fee paid will be refunded for cancellation requests received more than 3 months prior to conference.
50% of the fee paid will be refunded for cancellation requests received 1-3 months prior to conference.
0% of the fee paid will be refunded for cancellation requests received less than one month prior to conference.


Venue Information

Portugal's northern capital, Porto stands overlooking the estuary of the River Douro, along which boats have sailed for many centuries, carrying the traditional Port wine produced in the famous estates upriver. Its historical centre has been classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The classified area comprises the medieval area located inside the 14th-century Romanesque wall. It includes the oldest buildings in the city, as well as typical streets and attractive public areas. The city has recently undergone a programme of urban renewal to coincide with the occasion of Porto 2001 - European Cultural Capital.

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