Registration is OPEN for the IHEA 2023 Immunization Economics Pre-Congress

Registration is now open for the Immunization Economics 2023 IHEA Pre-Congress on July 8-9, 2023, in Cape Town, South Africa.

The session will bring together early-career to seasoned researchers from academic institutions, NGOs, and multinational organizations to exchange knowledge on the latest research methods and approaches in immunization costing, financing, economics, and decision-making. You can find more details on themes here.


Anyone with an interest in immunization economics can register, regardless of whether you are an IHEA member or whether you are planning to attend the main Congress. You can find the link to the registration form as well as other relevant details on our IHEA 2023 webpage. Registration will close if all spots are filled up, or latest by May 31, 2023.

Register here

  •  Date: July 8-9, 2023
  • Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa
  • Price: Free


At the bottom of the registration form, you’ll find the form to submit your poster to present at the pre-congress.

Proposed posters should fit within the themes listed at the bottom of our IHEA 2023 webpage. If you are interested in submitting a poster but are not ready to do so, you can skip this section, and submit your poster later on, but before April 15. You can find more submission details on our registration and poster submission webpage.

The deadline for poster submission is April 15, 2023.

Submit your poster here

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