FAQ's

Who can attend?

Q: Can my spouse or partner attend?

A: Anyone wishing to attend the Global Evidence Summit must pay a registration fee. There are tours that an accompanying person can participate in during the Summit. Social events will be available for delegates only for now.

Travelling to the Czech Republic

Q: Do I need special documentation to enter the Czech Republic and attend this conference?

A: Entry requirements vary depending on your country of citizenship. Please see the visa information page for further information.

Q: Can I receive a discount on my travel fare?

A: Unfortunately, discounts on travel fares are not available.

Registration

Q: I only plan on attending one day of the Summit. Can I pay for one day only?

A: Yes. Options for day registration will be available via the online registration form.

Q: Several of my colleagues and I are registering for the Summit. Is there a special group rate?

A: Special group rates are only available for Local Czech Institutions.

Abstract and workshop submissions

Q: If I submit an abstract but do not receive a confirmation email, how will I know if it went through?

A: Please contact abstracts@globalevidencesummit.org to confirm that your abstract has been successfully received.

Q: If I miss the abstract submission deadline, will you accept late submissions?

A: Unfortunately, late submissions will not be accepted.

Q: Will I receive a certificate of attendance for the Summit?

A: Yes, delegates will automatically receive a certificate of attendance at least one month after the event.

Accommodation and getting around

Q: Do I need to book my own hotel room?

A: Yes. All Summit attendees must arrange their own accommodation. Information about hotels and how to book accommodation can be found on the 'hotels' page.

Q: Are there attractions I can visit outside of the Summit venue?

A: Yes. Visit the official tourist website for Prague for more information.

If you have a question that is not answered above, please email contact@globalevidencesummit.org.

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