Scholarships and free registrations

The World Conference on Tobacco or Health 2018 Organising Committee is pleased to offer a number of free registrations to community volunteers or individuals affected by lung disease. Individuals from low- and middle-income countries will be given priority, as will those who are presenting at the conference, including in the community space.

The committee is also pleased to cover a limited number of conference registration fees and/or transportation costs and/or hotel accommodation to the 17th World Conference on Tobacco or Health for invited symposia speakers and authors of accepted abstracts.

Download the relevant guidelines below and then make your application online.

Please refer to the guidelines for scholarships and free registrations before making your application. The deadline is 15 August, 2017.

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