IMS 2020 | Melbourne 2020

CONGRESS POSTPONED TO 4-7 FEBRUARY 2021

Following the extraordinary circumstances related to the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak and after thorough evaluation of the emergency situation globally, it’s with great regret that we must postpone the Congress.
The Congress is now to be held at the same venue, the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, from Thursday 4th February through to Sunday 7th February 2021.
This is not a decision taken lightly, but the health and safety of our delegates, partners and staff are our prime consideration and have to be prioritised over all else

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Join the world’s leading experts in mapping out the new world of increased longevity

Learn how increased longevity affects you and the people you take care of

Be equipped with the right tools to deal with the challenges of an ageing population

Can the chronic consequences of ageing be prevented?

Join the world’s leading experts in mapping out the new world of increased longevity

Learn how increased longevity affects you and the people you take care of

Be equipped with the right tools to deal with the challenges of an ageing population

Can the chronic consequences of ageing be prevented?

Dear Friends

I warmly welcome you to Melbourne and to the 17th World Congress on the Menopause hosted by the IMS with the support of the Australasian Menopause Society. The IMS Scientific Committee is preparing a programme that will facilitate and stimulate discussion of the full spectrum of the physical, psychological, social and environmental factors that contribute to midlife and older women’s health and wellbeing, with menopause as a new beginning. Bringing the Congress to Melbourne provides a unique opportunity to celebrate Melbourne’s rich history of research that led to quantum leaps in the understanding of the physiology of the menopause transition and its impact on women’s physical and psychological health. Read More

Susan Davis

President of The International Menopause Society and Chairman of the Organizing Committee for the 17th World Congress on the Menopause

Dear Friends

On behalf of the 2020 Scientific Programme Committee it is my pleasure to welcome you to Melbourne and the 17th World Congress on the Menopause.
The congress theme of menopause as the beginning of a new phase of life will highlight clinical, research and social aspects of healthy aging. The congress will be addressed by leading  international experts in plenary sessions and symposia.
This will be complemented by debates and sessions on controversies. New scientific discoveries and trends will be shared through oral free communications and poster presentations. Delegate interaction with leading experts will take place at meet the expert sessions. A pre-congress workshop on menopause basics will focus on current clinical practice.
Read More

Tobie De Viliers

Chairman of the Scientific Programme Committee
for the 17th World Congress on Menopause

Dear Friends,

I warmly welcome you to Melbourne and to the 17th World Congress on the Menopause hosted by the IMS with the support of the Australasian Menopause Society. The IMS Scientific Committee is preparing a programme that will facilitate and stimulate discussion of the full spectrum of the physical, psychological, social and environmental factors that contribute to midlife and older women’s health and wellbeing, with menopause as a new beginning. Bringing the Congress to Melbourne provides a unique opportunity to celebrate Melbourne’s rich history of research that led to quantum leaps in the understanding of the physiology of the menopause transition and its impact on women’s physical and psychological health. Read More

Susan Davis

President of The International Menopause Society and Chairman of the Organizing Committee for the 17th World Congress on the Menopause

Dear Friends,

On behalf of the 2020 Scientific Programme Committee it is my pleasure to welcome you to Melbourne and the 17th World Congress on the Menopause.
The congress theme of menopause as the beginning of a new phase of life will highlight clinical, research and social aspects of healthy aging. The congress will be addressed by leading  international experts in plenary sessions and symposia.
This will be complemented by debates and sessions on controversies. New scientific discoveries and trends will be shared through oral free communications and poster presentations. Delegate interaction with leading experts will take place at meet the expert sessions. A pre-congress workshop on menopause basics will focus on current clinical practice.
Read More

Tobie De Viliers

Chairman of the Scientific Programme Committee
for the 17th World Congress on Menopause

Congress Registration

Registration fees (VAT included)

Congress Registration

Registration fees (VAT included)

Access to the congress sessions (except the Pre-congress course )

CME Credits

Access to the exhibition area

Congress kit

Access to the congress sessions (except the Pre-congress course )

CME Credits

Access to the exhibition area

Congress kit

REGITRATION WILL OPEN ON TUESDAY 14TH APRIL

All those who want to cancel their participation due to the Congress Postponement depending from the COVID-19 outbreak are requested to fill the cancellation form inside their personal area by April 14th.

Until September 24th 2019 Until November 19th 2020 After November 19th 2020

Delegate

€ 500 € 650 € 820

Delegate IMS Member

€ 450 € 550 € 700

Delegate from Developing Countries (WHO list)

€ 410 € 500 € 600

Trainees, nurses and technicians (status to be certified)

€ 410 € 410 € 410

Precongress Course

€ 100

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