By registering to our conference you have become part of the PCSI family and we look forward to informing you about future PCSI events so that we can contribute to and learn from you and your country’s casemix experiences.
Further information is available as follows:
Official conference events:
Organizing side meetings or events:
Prior approval for side events:
Consequences of policy violations:
By attending the 36th PCSI conference, you acknowledge and agree to abide by this Event scheduling policy. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in ensuring a positive and respectful experience for all conference participants.
The conference organisers have taken all practicable steps to minimise disruptions relating to (COVID-19) and will continue to actively monitor the situation in the lead up to the PCSI Conference 2024. In the event that PCSI/ZZZS/NCC decide, at their absolute discretion, that the in-person conference must be cancelled, delegates will be informed with appropriate notice and all in-person registrations will be transferred to virtual attendance.
All delegates are required to follow directions and comply with mandates relating to any Slovenian government COVID-19 policy and the instructions of the Rikli Balance Hotel. While the conference organisers will provide information on any such restrictions where it can, it is the responsibility of delegates to stay informed of their obligations and requirements.
Cancellation requests from delegates
Any delegate who has paid in full and wishes to cancel their registration 6 weeks or longer before the conference (12 April 2024) is entitled to a refund of the conference registration fees minus a 10% administration fee and minus the PCSI membership fee (€80). Following 12 April 2024, no part of the registration fee is refundable.
Note that in the case of cancellation, PCSI, nor ZZZS, nor NCC are responsible for any losses related to hotel bookings, airlines and other booked services. It is a delegate’s responsibility to check the policies of organisations providing these services before booking and/or ensure coverage through travel insurance from financial losses due to cancellation.
Cancellation due to government mandates
Refunds will not be available after 12 April 2024 unless a delegate is unable to attend in-person due to government mandates involving travel restrictions, border closures or lockdown requirements. In these circumstances, the conference organisers must be informed in writing as soon as possible after a delegate becomes aware of such a mandate by email to for full reimbursement.
As noted previously, PCSI, nor ZZZS, nor NCC are responsible for any losses related to hotel bookings, airlines and other booked services. It is a delegate’s responsibility to check the policies of organisations providing these services before booking and/or ensure coverage through travel insurance from financial losses due to cancellation.
Transfer of registration
Cancellation by PCSI/ZZZS/NCC
The conference may be cancelled, varied, rescheduled or postponed at PCSI’s/ZZZS’/NCC’s absolute discretion. PCSI/ZZZS/NCC reserve the right to transfer the registration to the postponed conference. Should the new conference dates not be suitable, the delegate may request a full refund, so long as this is requested in emailing within 7 days of the delegate being notified of the new conference dates.
At the conference we encourage delegates to capture and share their experiences on social media platforms to foster engagement and collaboration. However, we respect the privacy and preferences of our participants. Therefore, we have implemented a policy regarding the use of photos and videos taken during the conference.
As a delegate, you are responsible for your own actions in taking and sharing photos or videos on social media. Please be mindful and respectful of fellow participants’ privacy and preferences when capturing and posting content.
We understand that some delegates may prefer not to have their images shared on social media. If you do not wish to have images of yourself shared, kindly inform the conference reception. We will make every effort to respect your privacy and ensure that your preference is honoured.
PCSI, ZZZS and NCC do not take responsibility for photos or videos taken and shared by individual delegates. Each participant is solely responsible for obtaining appropriate permissions, if necessary, and ensuring that they comply with legal and ethical guidelines regarding the use of images.
When taking and sharing photos or videos, we kindly request all delegates to maintain a respectful and professional approach. Avoid capturing sensitive or confidential information, and refrain from posting content that may be offensive, discriminatory, or infringing upon intellectual property rights.
If you choose to share photos or videos related to the conference on social media, we encourage you to mention the event, use official hashtags, and tag the conference’s official social media accounts whenever applicable. This helps create a sense of community and allows others to engage with your content.
By attending the 36th PCSI conference, you acknowledge and agree to abide by this social media policy. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in ensuring a positive and respectful online experience for all conference participants.
Please remember to enjoy the conference, connect with fellow delegates, and make lasting memories while respecting the privacy and preferences of others.