Social Program

Please click below for social program information, and indicate your attendance when registering for the conference. 

Welcome Reception

Neuromodulation Society Dinner

Pain in Childhood SIG Dinner

APS Conference Dinner

 

Welcome Reception

Venue:    Hotel Grand Chancellor, Federation Ballroom
Date:       Sunday 13 April 2014
Time:      6.00pm – 7.30pm
Dress:     Casual
Cost:       Included in registration fee for full delegates and sponsors/exhibitors.
               Additional tickets for partners/guests at $60.00 per person.

 

Neuromodulation Society Dinner

Venue:    Smolt Restaurant, 2 Salamanca Square
Date:       Sunday 13 April 2014
Time:      7.15pm
Dress:     Smart Casual
Cost:       $120.00 per person

This dinner is for delegates who attend the Neuromodulation Society of Australia & New Zealand’s 9th Annual Scientific Meeting on Sunday 13 April 2013.

 

Pain in Childhood SIG Dinner

Venue:    Smolt Restaurant, 2 Salamanca Square
Date:       Monday 14 April 2014
Time:      7.30pm
Dress:     Smart Casual
Cost:       $70.00 per person (Cost includes a three course shared table meal and limited wine and beer. Additional drinks can be purchased at the venue) 

This dinner is for all those interested in the Pain in Childhood special interest group. Although not compulsory we encourage any delegates wishing to attend this dinner to please join the Pain in Childhood special interest group. For further information please visit the following website: http://www.apsoc.org.au/pain-in-childhood

 

APS Conference Dinner

Venue:    MONA (Museum of Old and New Art)
Date:       Tuesday 15 April 2014
Time:      6.30pm – 11.00pm
Dress:     Lounge Suit/Cocktail
Cost:       $140.00 per person
              (includes an exclusive viewing subsidised by the APS for all guests) 

MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) is Australia’s largest privately owned museum, described as ‘a subversive Disneyland’ and an icon of the Tasmanian tourism industry.  Millionaire founder, enigmatic gambler, and accidental art collector, David Walsh, is the maker behind MONA’s A$75 million building sunk deep into the rock.

Upon arrival at 6.30pm, guests will enjoy an exclusive viewing of the astounding exhibits, showcasing the largest private collection of art in Australia. Outstanding art, architecture and antiquities will be experienced. This opportunity is generously subsidised by the Australian Pain Society.

After the viewing, pre-dinner drinks will be served in The Void, a dramatic subterranean venue.  Following, guests will make their way to dinner in the adjacent Moorilla function centre where hand-crafted and locally produced wines and Moo Brew, their award-winning microbrewery, will continue to be served. As to the cuisine, Chef Philippe Leban has a Michelin star-studded resume and his cuisine is contemporary, French-inspired and includes the best local produce from Hobart and Tasmania.

This promises to be an evening of experiences and enjoyment.