Registration is now closed – Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
|Payment received before/on March 18, 2022
as of March 19, 2022
(including Friday Opening Reception)
(including Friday Opening Reception)
|Ovarian Cancer Survivors with a basic understanding of scientific research*||$200||$200|
|Friday Opening Reception
(extra ticket for guest)
|Saturday Conference Dinner – Reservation Fee
(for registered delegates & students)
|Saturday Conference Dinner – Extra Ticket
*Please note that OCC is planning a virtual symposium to connect survivors with researchers and showcase highlights from the conference in June 2022.
- All fees are quoted in CAD funds.
- The CCOCR 2022 registration fees are tax exempt.
- Registration Fees for the Delegate and Student include access to all sessions and posters, meeting materials, coffee breaks, lunches and Opening Reception. The Saturday Conference Party is not included.
- Participants who require a receipt may print the receipt / invoice directly from the conference management portal.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Delegates unable to attend the 10th Canadian Conference on Ovarian Cancer Research after having paid their registration fees, must provide a written request for their refund on or before April 15, 2022. The 10th CCOCR regrets that requests received after this date will not be considered. All approved refunds will be issued after the Conference.
Attendees must submit a request to cancel in writing via email to email@example.com by April 15, 2022 to receive a refund.
Include the following in your request:
- Full name
- Amount of refund requested
- Reason(s) for request
- Copy of any document necessitating your inability to participate (examples include airline flight cancellation confirmation, government order to not travel, employer order to not travel).
An abstract presenter, whose abstract has been rejected, may ask for a full refund until April 15, 2022.
Policy on Respectful Dialogue
The Canadian Conference on Ovarian Cancer Research welcomes a wide diversity of researchers, clinicians, affiliated health professionals and industry partners every two years. Participants are encouraged to keep criticism constructive, and avoid personal attacks. Debate of ideas is encouraged, allowing delegates to enjoy a lively and stimulating conference.
Policy on Social Media Use
We encourage the use of social media before, during, and after the conference in order to share information and to network with others. However, we ask all conference participants to adhere to the following social media guidelines:
- Blog or tweet about what you are hearing and learning, but refrain from sharing information when the speaker explicitly requests this. Talks are tweetable and shareable by default, but speakers can request that specific details or slides not be shared.
- Whenever possible, use the hashtag #ccocr to discuss the conference.
- Converse and network with other attendees before, during, and after the conference.
- Provide feedback to the conference committees, we encourage participants to post and discuss topics of interest as well as ideas for future meetings.
- Communicate with respect and consideration for others, keeping criticism constructive.
- Do not engage in rudeness or personal attacks.
Policy on Gender Equality
The 10th Canadian Conference on Ovarian Cancer Research strives to achieve gender representation in line with the gender balance in our research community at varying career stages. The conference aims to achieve this by gender balance throughout the organization of the scientific program planning process.
Expected Gender Statistics
|Local Committee||44% (4)||56% (5)|
|National Committee||43% (7)||57% (9)|
|Invited Speakers||50% (9)||50% (9)|