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We are delighted to host the annual PEVNET meeting in the Historical Cathedral City of Exeter UK between Monday 3rd October and Tuesday 4th October 2022. The objective is to bring together researchers as a means to discuss mutual interests and progress in relation to the role of viral infection as a potential mediator of beta cell loss in type 1 diabetes.

Registration for this event includes, breakfast, conference refreshments and lunch, the conference banquet on the evening of Monday 3rd October, a sightseeing tour and networking event on Tuesday 4th October. Hotel accommodation is additional and has been reserved for the nights of 3rd and 4th October at the Mercure Exeter Rougemont Hotel. Room bookings should be made by the delegate directly with the hotel +4401392 410237 quoting PEVNET 2022. Should you require it, rooms are also available at the same discounted price (£109.00 single, £119.00 twin occupancy per night) for the Sunday night (2nd October) prior to the conference.


Deadline for Abstract Submissions: Thursday 31st March 2022


Attendee CategoryCostPlace(s) Available  
Registration£100.000[Read More]

The 22nd International Nursing Ethics Conference and the 7th International Care Ethics Conference


“Ethics, Care and Climate Change” - The 22nd International Nursing Ethics Conference and the 7th International Care Ethics Conference

This year’s conference theme engages with the many ethical issues encountered by nurses, doctors, health care professions, caregivers and service users in health and social care in relation to the climate crisis. The climate crisis is resulting in more frequent and intense drought, storms, heat waves, rising sea levels, melting glaciers and warming oceans which can directly harm humans, animals and the environment – local and global. As climate change worsens, dangerous weather events are becoming more frequent or severe with significant and grave consequences for health and social care.

The conference focuses on the impact of the climate crisis on public health and ethical responses to these issues in relation to: health and care professional education; how climate change harms health, particularly in relation to those considered vulnerable and marginalised; and the tensions between sustainability and the ways health care systems impact waste, food, mental health, physical health, injuries and premature death.

Booking Deadlines:

In-Person Attendance: 30th September 2022 at 23:00.

Online Access: 15th October 2022 at 9:00.

Attendee CategoryCostPlace(s) Available  
Friday Attendance£100.000[Read More]
Friday Attendance (Student, NHS, Care Professional)£80.000[Read More]
Full Conference Attendance£150.000[Read More]
Full Conference Attendance (Student, NHS, Care Professional)£120.000[Read More]
Online Access£25.000[Read More]
Saturday Attendance£100.000[Read More]
Saturday Attendance (Student, NHS, Care Professional)£80.000[Read More]