Frequently asked questions
This forum is proudly co-organised by the Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA), the Global Green and Healthy Hospitals Network (GGHH Pacific) and Western Australia Sustainable Development Unit (WA SDU), and hosted by South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS).
The forum will be take place on 14-15 September, in-person at the Fiona Stanley Hospital, and online. The forum will provide opportunities for connection, knowledge sharing, learning and upskilling for all attendees. A related tour will be run on Thursday afternoon and a social event on Friday afternoon will occur at the conclusion of the formal forum program.
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Yes! A Zoom link will be sent to all ticket holders, regardless of whether you originally purchased an in-person ticket.
Yes - please get in touch with us to request one following the Forum. We will email a certificate of attendance to you shortly afterwards.
Yes - all attendees who have purchased a ticket will automatically have a link to a recording sent to them in the weeks following the Forum. If you haven't purchased a ticket but would like to access the recording, the recording will be made available for purchase.
No, in-person attendees can select their preferred workshop on the day.
No, pre-registration is not required for the tours. However, there will be a simple sign-up sheet at the registration desk for tours, which will make sure we keep track of numbers, and is important for health & safety on all tours.
Registrations cancelled on or before September 10th will receive a full refund. All requests for a refund must be made in writing, unless otherwise directed by event organisers (as in the case of swapping or changing a ticket type). See our full cancellation and refund policy here, and email either [email protected] or [email protected] with these requests.
Yes, discounted tickets are available for:
- GGHH (Global Green and Healthy Hospitals) Pacific member organisations and their staff
- CAHA member organisations and their staff
- CAHA individual members (Friends of CAHA)
- Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori Peoples
A Group Viewing option is also available for organisations that want to stream the event at their own venue for staff. Please note that with this ticket type, organisations must organise and facilitate a suitable space to view the Forum (i.e. a lecture theatre with projection and audio facilities).
Click here to book tickets, including all discounted ticket types.