NOTE: PRIDoC has been rescheduled to August 30 - September 3, 2021.  

PRIDoC Registration Fees - All prices in Canadian dollars.  Early Bird prices in effect until midnight May 10, 2021.

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Members in good standing with IPAC, AAIP, ‘Ahahui o nā Kauka, AIDA, TeORA or MAIPT benefit from significant savings. We recommend becoming renewing or becoming a member of your local Indigenous physicians assocation. 

Category Early Bird Regular
Indigenous Physicians Member CA$1,200 CA$1,450
Indigenous Physician Non-Member CA$1,450 CA$1,700
Indigenous Resident/Registrar Member  CA$700 CA$700
Indigenous Resident/Registrar Non-Member CA$800 CA$800
Indigenous Student Member CA$425 CA$425
Indigenous Student Non-Member CA$525 CA$525
Associate Member CA$1,200 CA$1,450
Associate Non-Member CA$1,550 CA$1,800
Adult Guest (12+)* CA$800 CA$900
Child Guest (5-11)* CA$500 CA$600
Young Child Guest (0-4)* free free

*All guests must be accompanying a PRIDoC 2020 delegate.  Guests are welcome at the following events:

  • August 30 Welcoming Reception
  • August 31 Breakfast, Opening Ceremonies, lunch, and Dinner Banquet
  • September 1 Breakfast, lunch, and Day of Wellness
  • September 2 Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Cultural Sharing Night
  • September 3 Breakfast, lunch, and Closing Ceremonies

PRIDoC 2020 Schedule at a Glance

Sunday, August 29 PRIDoC Council Retreat (pre-conference)
Monday,  August 30 Indigenous Faculty Forum (pre-conference), Welcoming Reception (early evening)
Tuesday, August 31 Opening Ceremonies, PRIDoC 2020 Academic Programming and Banquet
Wednesday, September 1 Day of Wellness (off-site)
Thursday, September 2 PRIDoC 2020 Academic Programming and Cultural Sharing Night
Friday, September 3 PRIDoC 2020 Academic Programming and Closing Ceremonies

Indigenous Faculty Forum: Pre-Conference Session Monday, August 30, 2021 CA$110.00 (Includes breakfast and lunch)

The Third PRIDoC Indigenous Faculty Forum (IFF) is being hosted by IPAC and facilitated by the Northwest Native American Center of Excellence (NNACOE). The IFF was created in order to foster a supportive space for Indigenous faculty to come together, foster community, and develop skills to successfully navigate an academic career. You will have the opportunity to add this pre-conference session to your registration when checking out.


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