FAQs


Some of the most frequently asked questions are answered below. Please click on the question to view the answer.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.


What is a Registration ID?

If you have already received an invitation, you will have been given a Registration ID. This can be found on the front and back of your invitation. It will appear as a four digit code. When you register for this meeting, you will be asked to enter your Registration ID. Once this has been entered, some fields will be pre-populated to save you time and speed up your registration process. You can overtype these details if any details are incorrect or have changed.

I have not received a Registration ID. Can I still register?

Yes of course, however the Registration IDs have been allocated to invited organisations and will help speed up your registration process. If you have not received a Registration ID or cannot find it, please leave this field blank and click continue, you will be able to fill in your details as normal. The registration process may take a little longer and you will not be automatically guaranteed a place but we will keep you updated at every stage by e-mail.

Why is my place not confirmed?

This meeting is open to Consultants, Specialist Registrars, Nurses and other Healthcare Professionals involved in Severe Asthma. Your registration may have been delayed for us to confirm your role.

To ensure that places at this meeting are distributed evenly and fairly, registrations are limited by region on a first come, first served basis. This means that your registration may have been placed on a waiting list whereas someone from another hospital may have been confirmed after you registered.

If you have not been contacted within 14 days of your registration, please contact the meeting Secretariat using the contact us form.

How much does this meeting cost to attend?

This meeting is free to attend. However, due to limited places available, we ask you to please notify the meeting Secretariat if you can no longer attend the meeting so that your place can be re-allocated.

How will you communicate with me after I register?

All correspondence regarding the meeting will be sent to the e-mail address entered when you registered. If you have received an e-mail acknowledging your registration but you have not received confirmation of your place, please allow 14 days for the meeting Secretariat to contact you.

If you have not received any correspondence since registering, please ensure you have checked your spam/junk inbox and contact the meeting Secretariat using the contact us form.

Is this meeting CME accredited?

CME accreditation will be applied for from The Federation of the Royal College of Physicians and from The Royal College of Nursing for this meeting. If approved, the number of CME points will be awarded after the event.

How do I get my CME certificate for this meeting?

Following the meeting, your CME certificate will be delivered to you at the organisation you specified when you registered. Your certificate will either be delivered by your local Teva UK Limited representative or posted to you. If your details have changed or you do not receive your certificate, please let us know using the contact us page.

You can also register your points online with the RCP CPD website at http://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/cpd/manage-your-cpd. If you would like further information on how to register your RCN CME points then please contact us.

Are travel expenses covered by the meeting sponsors?

The meeting Secretariat will arrange travel for journeys exceeding 50 miles each way via the shortest logical direct route (more than 100 miles round trip) if you have requested it on your registration form. We will contact you shortly by e-mail to confirm your requirements.

The meeting Secretariat will arrange travel in accordance with the following:

  • Stopovers, route variations and date extensions cannot be facilitated
  • Standard or economy class tickets will be provided
  • Taxis will only be provided and booked by the meeting Secretariat, where in their view, there is no viable public transport option and it is economical to do so
  • Travel insurance will not be provided

If you chose to drive to the venue, it should be noted that petrol/mileage/parking will not be reimbursed due to the location of the meeting venue.

Please note that travel will only be covered if it is arranged and paid for upfront by the meeting Secretariat. Delegates will not have the opportunity to claim back travel expenses after the meeting. Travel from your home/work to your departing station/airport will be at your own cost.

If you require travel to be booked for you, please select this option when registering or please notify the meeting Secretariat - Bamboo Medical Communications (secretariat@freshapproaches.co.uk or call 01932 254432) of your requirements.

Teva UK Limited are committed to abiding by the highest ethical standards as set out by the Association of British Pharmaceutical Industries (ABPI) Code of Practice and respect all participants’ disclosure obligations to the ABPI and employers.

Is travel insurance provided?

Travel insurance will not be provided for any travel booked for you. Should you require any travel insurance, you are advised to arrange this separately.

Is parking available at the hotel?

There is no parking available at the Hotel. The nearest NCP parking is located on Kipling Street, SE1 3RU.

If you chose to drive to the venue, it should be noted that petrol/mileage/parking will not be reimbursed due to the location of the meeting venue.

Do I have to pay for accommodation at the meeting?

Single occupancy accommodation is available to all delegates for the evening of Friday 21 June 2019, should you require it. Please indicate if you require accommodation when you register and it will be arranged for you by the meeting organisers. Bed and breakfast costs will be covered by the meeting sponsors, any additional nights or items charged to your room will need to be paid for separately upon departure.

Is accommodation available the night before or after the meeting?

Accommodation is only provided by the meeting sponsors for the evening of Friday 21 June 2019 should you require it. Unfortunately we are not able to assist you with accommodation or travel on any other dates. The meeting starts at 19:00 on Friday 21 June 2019 and finishes at 16:10 on Saturday 22 June 2019 to allow enough time to travel to and from the meeting. Should you wish to stay additional nights, you will need to book and pay for this directly with the hotel. Please can you let the meeting Secretariat know if you have done this so that we can arrange for you to stay in the same room.

Do I have to pay for any meals at the meeting?

Meals will be provided during the meeting. There will be an evening dinner on Friday 21 June 2019 that will be covered by the meeting sponsors. Any additional snacks, drinks or room service will need to be paid for separately.

How do I cancel my place?

Please contact the meeting Secretariat using the contact us form. Due to the limited places available, we ask you to please contact the meeting Secretariat as soon as possible to cancel your place so that it can be re-allocated to another delegate.

How do I change my registration details?

Please contact the meeting Secretariat using the contact us form.

Can someone accompany me to the meeting?

If you would like to bring a colleague who works with you specialising in Severe Asthma, they would need to register for a place as a delegate through the registration form. This meeting is open to Consultants, Specialist Registrars, Nurses and other Healthcare Professionals specialising in Severe Asthma. To ensure the places are distributed evenly and fairly, registrations are limited by region on a first come, first served basis.

Friends or family members (Non Healthcare Professionals) are not permitted to accompany you to the meeting due to the restrictions outlined by the Association of British Pharmaceutical Industries (ABPI) Code of Practice.