Roche ADC Registration and Travel Assistance Grants

ADC 2021 is now fully virtualUpdate (20 July 2021): With the continued concerns over the current COVID-19 implications, the Australasian Diabetes Congress on 11-13 August will go ahead fully online. We would love to see you there!

ADEA-Roche ADC registration assistance grants contribute to being able to attend ADC2021. All eligible members are encouraged to apply.

Credentialled Diabetes Educators (CDEs) or those who are working towards becoming a CDE, can claim CPD points for attending ADC2021.

The ADC-registration Assistance Grants program is financially supported by Roche Diabetes Care.

Conditions of funding

ADC2021 will be a full virtual conference. All sessions are being recorded, allowing attendees access to these sessions for up to 90 days after the congress.

There are 40 x registration assistance grants to be awarded, which will cover 50% of the early bird registration cost.

Eligibility

Application Process

Applications are open and will close on Midnight 30 July 2021.

Click here to apply for the ADC2021 registration assistance grant

Selection criteria

The applicant must demonstrate the following:

  1. Difficulty attending ADC2021 without receiving the ADC Assistance Grant
  2. Benefits of attending ADC2021 for their current practice in diabetes education and genuine interest in learning and development
  3. Active participation in ADC2021 by presenting, chairing a session, etc. (optional)

Selection process

A review committee comprised of three ADEA members will review all applications against the eligibility and selection criteria. The committee will forward their recommendations to the CEO who will endorse the successful applicants.

Important dates

Contact details

Please direct all inquiries to ADEA National Office at inquiries@adea.com.au or 02 6173 1000.

Roche ADC Registration and Travel Assistance Grants

ADC 2021 is now fully virtualUpdate (20 July 2021): With the continued concerns over the current COVID-19 implications, the Australasian Diabetes Congress on 11-13 August will go ahead fully online. We would love to see you there!

ADEA-Roche ADC registration assistance grants contribute to being able to attend ADC2021. All eligible members are encouraged to apply.

Credentialled Diabetes Educators (CDEs) or those who are working towards becoming a CDE, can claim CPD points for attending ADC2021.

The ADC-registration Assistance Grants program is financially supported by Roche Diabetes Care.

Conditions of funding

ADC2021 will be a full virtual conference. All sessions are being recorded, allowing attendees access to these sessions for up to 90 days after the congress.

There are 40 x registration assistance grants to be awarded, which will cover 50% of the early bird registration cost.

Eligibility

  • Applicants must be a financial member of ADEA for at least twelve months at the time of application.
  • Applicants must not have received a Travel Grant or Registration Assistance Grant from ADEA to attend ADEA conferences, i.e. ADC or Branch Conferences, in the previous two years.
  • Applicants must not have received a grant from any other body as assistance to attend ADC2021 or a meeting held in association with ADC2021.
  • Applicants must not have received financial support from ADEA through various activities, i.e. Case Study Competition, CDE of the Year, in the previous two years.
  • Evidence of active participation in ADC2021, if any, i.e. submitted abstracts, symposium presenters or participation in ADEA committees or special interest groups, will support your application (optional).
  • This prize is non-transferable and not redeemable for cash.

Application Process

Applications are open and will close on Midnight 30 July 2021.

Click here to apply for the ADC2021 registration assistance grant

Selection criteria

The applicant must demonstrate the following:

  1. Difficulty attending ADC2021 without receiving the ADC Assistance Grant
  2. Benefits of attending ADC2021 for their current practice in diabetes education and genuine interest in learning and development
  3. Active participation in ADC2021 by presenting, chairing a session, etc. (optional)

Selection process

A review committee comprised of three ADEA members will review all applications against the eligibility and selection criteria. The committee will forward their recommendations to the CEO who will endorse the successful applicants.

Important dates

  • 12 March: Applications open
  • Midnight 30 July: Applications close
  • 4 August: Results released and applicants will be notified

Contact details

Please direct all inquiries to ADEA National Office at inquiries@adea.com.au or 02 6173 1000.