This year’s theme is:
Early identification and brief interventions: Innovation, sharing experience and facing challenges together for impact
To join INEBRIA, which is free, please visit: http://inebria.net/about-us/to-join-inebria/
We have different fees for INEBRIA members, non-members, students and people living in LMICs (low- and middle-income countries).
Fees for members and non-members vary depending on when you register. Fees for students and people living in LMICs will remain the same.
|Early bird (until 9am BST 5 July)||£250 (GBP)||£300 (GBP)|
|Regular (until 9am BST 30 July)||£300 (GBP)||£360 (GBP)|
|Late (until 9am BST 6 September)||£360 (GBP)||£430 (GBP)|
Student Rate: £99 (GBP)
Please use your university email address when registering, and supply the name of your supervisor/personal tutor.
People living in LMICs Rate: £150 (GBP)
Your country of residence must appear in the following table to be eligible: https://www.oecd.org/dac/financing-sustainable-development/development-finance-standards/DAC-List-of-ODA-Recipients-for-reporting-2022-23-flows.pdf
For an estimate of the conversion from £ (GBP) to popular currencies, please use the calculator below. Note that rates change and you should explore up-to-date conversion rates from a trusted source when registering, as the calculator may be inaccurate. We are not liable for any difference between the estimated rates and the rate you have to pay.
To find out more about scholarships for early-career professionals from developing countries working in the field of brief interventions for alcohol and other substances, from academic, clinical, public and civil sector organisations, please visit: http://inebria.net/meetings-and-activities/conference/scholarships/
There is an additional charge for the conference dinner taking place on the evening of Thursday 22 September, and numbers will be capped. The price is to be confirmed.