Exhibit & Sponsorship Opportunities

The Society for Medical Decision Making (SMDM), in conjunction with the faculty at the Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care, will hold its second biennial Asia-Pacific Conference on January 8-10, 2016 at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The conference theme is, Making Difficult Clinical and Policy Decisions: The Example of Ageing and End of Life Care in Asia-Pacific.

We are estimating 250-300 attendees from a variety of backgrounds and academic disciplines. SMDM meetings bridge the communication gap between academic researchers, practitioners, consumers and policy makers. The SMDM Asia-Pacific Conference will appeal to clinicians and health professionals; government policymakers, regulators and funders; and researchers and consumers interested in health policy and medical decision making.

New Sponsor Opportunity

Communications Sponsor

Sponsor the SMDM Asia-Pacific Conference App and showcase your organization's name and logo to attendees as they check the program and read abstracts and speaker bios on their mobile devices and tablets. The Conference App will be customized to feature your organization's logo for maximum exposure. 

 

Exhibit space is limited to table top only. Exhibitor Registration, continental breakfast, coffee breaks and lunch are included. Exhibits will be located in the registration/poster session area where SMDM attendees will be congregating.
Exhibit Hours are all day with the most traffic during breakfast, coffee breaks and the extended 1 1/2 hour lunches. 

1. Friday, January 8, 2016 SMDM Short Courses
2. Saturday, January 9, 2016 SMDM Asia-Pacific Conference Day One
3. Sunday, January 10, 2016 SMDM Asia-Pacific Conference Day Two

If you have questions on Exhibitor – Sponsor Opportunities please contact info@smdm.org

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