All payments are in AUD$.
Payment should be made via credit card wherever possible. Alternatively, electronic transfers are acceptable, and details of payment will be advised on the invoice. Registration will not be confirmed until payment is received.
Sports Medicine Australia Cancellation Policy
If the Sports Medicine Australia (SMA) event is cancelled due to COVID-19 government restrictions, a refund will be offered for the registrant’s full ticket price. Notification of cancellation will be given at the earliest possible time.
If an individual is unable to attend the event in-person due to COVID-19 government and travel restrictions, a refund will be offered for the registrant’s full ticket price.
If an individual is unable to attend due to reasons outside of COVID-19 government restrictions, the standard SMA Delegate Event Cancellation Policy applies.
If, for any reason, an SMA event is postponed, delegate registrations will be automatically carried over to the new date. Alternatively, delegates may apply for a full refund.
Delegate Event Cancellation Policy
Delegates may cancel their registration prior to the event. Where registration is cancelled by the event delegate:
- A full refund will be provided for cancellations made 48 hours prior to the event.
- No refund will be given for cancellations made within 48 hours of the event date. Substitute delegates are welcome and encouraged to attend as a replacement. The replacement’s details must be provided to SMA a minimum of 24 hours in advance of the event.
- In line with state and territory guidelines, if a registrant is required to isolate due to COVID-19, they will be eligible for a refund. Evidence of COVID-19 positive status must be provided to receive this refund.
Photography and Videography | Sports Medicine Australia
SMA events may be photographed or recorded. Images and recordings are kept by SMA and may be used for promotional purposes including websites, publications, social media and other digital platforms. If a delegate does not want to appear in promotional material, please advise a SMA representative prior to the commencement of the event.
Photography and Videography | Delegates
Event attendees must not video or audio record presentations. Photographs may be taken of presentations, but only with the permission of the presenters.
Social Media Guidelines
SMA believes that good science communication is about sharing. We therefore recognise the importance and benefits of communicating the latest research findings through social media.
Through our various social media platforms, we aim to increase the speed and knowledge translation, provide 24/7 connectivity and foster a desire for two-way conversation. We also encourage participants to use social media to discuss topics addressed at SMA events, stimulate new ideas and inform others who are unable to attend.
For social media conversation to be an enjoyable experience for all interested parties, certain basic rules should be respected.
Be Respectful of Speakers and Other Participants
Please ensure that any online communications reflect openness, responsiveness, integrity and optimism. Attendees use social media under their own responsibility.
Always respect the dignity and privacy of colleagues. Harassing, intimidating, offensive, abusive, threatening, menacing or hostile content communicated will not be tolerated.
Respect the Speakers and Do No Share Certain Content Online
Our event speakers may present exciting, novel research that is not yet be published. We respect the speakers’ right to explicitly request that certain presentations, slides, or findings be left out of the social media conversation and this must be respected by all event attendees.
We encourage all delegates to interact on social media by following us on:
- Twitter: @SMA_News
- Instagram: @sports_medicine_australia.
- Facebook: facebook.com/sportsmedicineaustralia
- LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/sports-medicine-australia