The 2013 VBAC Summit will be held May 18-19, 2013 in Miami, Florida. Registration fee includes attendance to all general sessions and welcome reception. The rates below are for attending the conference only and do not include hotel accommodations. You are responsible for making your hotel reservations. Lodging is NOT included. We offer two registration options: you can attend the conference (Sunday) via the PROFESSIONAL or PARENT/ADVOCATE track, depending on your interests. Some speakers do overlap. You can also join us early—on Saturday—and get the maximum networking and educational benefits the conference offers by attending one of our pre-conference workshops.
Cancellation policy for Registration
All cancellations must be presented in writing (fax or e-mail) to Project Motherpath. 50% of the total fee will be refunded for cancellations received BEFORE April 30th 2013. After such deadline, no reimbursement whatsoever can be claimed for registration cancellation.
All best efforts will be made to present the program as close as possible to the printed version presented on the website. However, the Conference Organizer (Project Motherpath) reserves the right to alter or cancel, without prior notice, any of the arrangements, timetables or plans relating directly or indirectly to the conference, for any cause beyond its reasonable control.
The Conference Organizer is not liable for any loss or inconvenience which may be caused as a result of such alterations. Participants (registrants) are advised to consider purchasing their own travel insurance and to extend their personal policy to cover personal possessions. The VBAC Summit does not cover individuals against cancelations of flights, hotels, or theft of their belongings. In the event that the Conference is canceled by the organizers, or cannot take place for any reason outside the control of the organizers, the registration fee shall be refunded in full.
NIH Consensus Development Conference:
State-of-the-science statement on Vaginal Birth After Cesarean intended to provide health care providers, patients, and the general public with a responsible assessment of currently available data on vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC).