BCAPOP Winter Virtual Conference
Supporting the many faces of parenthood: addressing stigma and breaking down barriers
February 24, 2021 | 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM PST | virtual
*all registrants will receive access to a recording for a limited time following the conference.
Full conference program here.
keynote speaker | TANIKA DILLARD
Breaking the Silence of Pregnancy Loss
featured speaker | MARVELOUS MUCHENJE
Beyond Silence & Stigma: Pregnancy and HIV for Black Women in Canada
Who should attend? Pregnancy outreach workers, nurses, physicians, child welfare workers, family support workers, social workers, health/social service students, outreach workers, shelter workers, detox workers, treatment centre workers, doulas, child birth educators, peer support workers and anyone else who supports pregnant individuals.
Payment & Refund Policy
No refunds or cancellations, as all completed registrations will receive access to a recording of the conference, which be available for 2 weeks after the conference (February 25th - March 11th).
Registration is not compete until payment is received.
Until January 10th: payment must be received by January 10th to be eligible for the early bird discount; otherwise pending registration will be cancelled.
January 11th - February 23rd: payment must be received by February 23rd; otherwise pending registration will be cancelled.
Registration Terms & Conditions
Registration is intended for the paid registrant only. Registration is not be shared/viewed with non-registrants. BCAPOP reserves the right to invoice the paid registrant for any additional unpaid viewers using a paid registration.
Note: we cannot guarantee that registrations completed after 12pm PDT on February 23, 2021 will receive the login information in time for the live event; however, access to the recording of the webinar will still be provided.
Reminder: Members must log-in BEFORE REGISTERING for an event to access special discounted rates for members only. Pricing will not be adjusted for members registering at the non-member rate.