22 - 23 July, 2020 | Melbourne, Victoria

Frequently Asked Questions about the Victorian Healthcare Week Expo 2019

What does my free expo pass give me access to?

Your Free Expo Pass to Victorian Healthcare Week 2019 provides you access to:

Note: the Health facilities Design and Development, Digital Healthcare and Aged Care Summits are restricted to paying attendees only. If you would like to register to attend one of these conferences please email registration@iqpc.com.au

Are CPD points available on all programs?

CPD points are available only on the Nursing and Clinicians on-floor program, which is accredited by our partner the Australian College of Nursing (ACN).

When will I receive my CPD points?

When you attend the two day Nursing and Clinicians On-Floor event at Victorian Healthcare Week 2019 you are eligible for 12 CPD points from the Australian College of Nursing. CPD points will be processed post event and CPD certificates will be distributed one week after the event via email (week starting the 29th of July).

Can I get a certificate of attendance for the event?

Certificates of attendance are available upon request. Please email info@austhealthweek.com.au for assistance.

Can I register on-site for the free Expo?

Yes, you can register on the day when you attend the FREE Victorian Healthcare Week Expo. However, to avoid the queue, we advise that you register beforehand online here

What if I have lost my entry barcode/ticket to the Expo?

Never fear, we have it in our system so you can still attend! Just show up on-site and we can help you out.

Are the meals included at the Free Expo? 

For visitors to the exhibition and on floors there is a café on level 1 at Goldfields Café. Meals and catering are not part of the free exhibition. However there will be coffee and water available.

How many attendees will be at the show?

We are expecting over 1000!

How can I get to the venue? 

Details are also available on the Getting There page. Please contact us if you require any further information or assistance.

What should I wear? 

The dress code at the conference is business casual. The speakers usually come in business attire.

Special Needs  

If you have any special needs, disabilities, and/or dietary restrictions that we may address to make your participation at our events more enjoyable, please do let us know when registering.

There are accessible toilets, ramps and lifts throughout our venue, including lift access from the car parks. If you’d like to hire a wheelchair from us, call our Customer Service team on +61 3 9235 8000 or email customerservice@mcec.com.au.

For more information on accessibility at the MCEC please click here.

Parking

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre has a car park located within the Exhibition Centre. Additionally, there are secure car parks located in and around South Wharf including, South Wharf Retail Car Park, Siddeley Street Carpark, Freeway Carpark and Montague Street Carpark.

For more information for rates and parking click here.

More information:

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre has cloakrooms, parent rooms, prayer rooms and charging stations. 

The WiFi for this conference is the public access Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre network.

For more information about the MCEC click here.