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Autumn 2020 Registration FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions

CPD CREDITS

How do I obtain my CPD Certificate?

You will be sent details of how to obtain your CPD certificate after the event has finished and full payment of your registration has been received.

CPD certificates are obtained by logging into your BNMS account. If you register for the meeting as a non-member and do not create your own guest account, the BNMS will create a Guest Account for you.

REGISTRATION

Can I book multiple places?

Only one registration place can be booked per email and login. 

 

How Do We Arrange A Group Booking With Discount?

Group Bookings Cannot Be Used For This Meeting

 

what is a Hub Ticket?

The Hub ticket allows an unlimited number of people to meet in-person to view the virtual meeting together in a local audiorium or meeting room within your trust.

Only the lead of the group needs to register via the system.

The BNMS will  contact the hub registrant to provide the full name, organisation and email address for each group attendee for cPD and Feedback purposes.

 

What Is a listener fee?

A Listener fee allows access to the meeting after the event has taken place. Therefore, all sessions will be viewed on-demand a couple of days after the meeting and interactive features will be disabled

 

Am I entitled to a reduced fee?

As a BNMS Member, You are entitled to a reduced fee.

You should Log into your BNMS account so that you can obtain the reduced fee.

In order to gain any reduced non member rates, you will need to register as a guest member or log into your current Guest Account

I've selected the wrong fee, how can I change it?

If you think you've selected the wrong fee and haven't paid yet, contact us either at meetings@bnms.org.uk or call us on 0738 529 7906 and we can amend your registration so you can log back in register at the correct rate.

 

I put the wrong hospital address in, how can I change it?

If you haven't paid yet you can do this by logging in online and amending your details. Go to the 'payments and history' tab and select event registrations. Select the pencil to edit your registration details.

If you have already paid online, we need to change this for you. Email us with the correct details at meetings@bnms.org quoting your Order ID and full delegate name.

 

TECHNICAL PROBLEMS

If You Have Any Issues With Downloading Or Getting Access To The App, Zoom Or Twitter Please Contact Us At Events@Bnms.Org.Uk 

 

If your trust/company are covering your registration costs, we strongly suggest that you pay in advance via PayPal or credit/debit card and generate a receipt to claim .

 

For any other registration enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0738 529 7906

For any other registration enquiries you can call us on 0115 7484 504

For any other registration enquiries you can call us on 0115 7484 504

 

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