Oncology Convention

9th - 10th Nov 2020
NEC, Birmingham

RUNNING ALONGSIDE:

 Medical Imaging ConventionAI&ML ConventionCPD Member

New to the show? FAQs

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New to the show? FAQs

Registration

How can I register?

The quickest way to register is on this website. Click here to register for the show

Is the Oncology Convention free to attend?

Yes it is completely free to attend.

What hall is the event in?

The event is in Hall 11.

What other shows can I go into with my ticket?

Your ticket gives you access to all of the features at the Oncology Convention, Medical Imaging Convention, European Neuro Convention, Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo, Home Care Expo, Naidex and Smart Home for Assisted Living.

Exhibitors

Who will be exhibiting?

Click here to view the exhibitor list for the Oncology Convention.

Can my company exhibit?

If you are interested in exhibiting at the Oncology Convention, please email ONCenquiries@roarb2b.com or enquire here.

Seminars & Show Features

How many seminars are there?

There are approximately 100 seminars across the two days.

Are seminars free to attend?

Yes, seminars are free of charge to attend.

Are seminars ticketed?

No, you will receive tickets on the door which grant access to all seminars however they run on a first come first serve basis so make sure you get there in plenty of time.

How long do seminars last?

Seminars last 30 minutes.

Can I turn up on the day for masterclasses?

You will need to pre-book on our website if you would like to attend any of the masterclass sessions. You can sign up for a session here.

Getting there & the NEC

How do I get there?

The NEC is just 10 minutes by train from the centre of Birmingham and easily accessible by car. Find out more on our dedicated travel page.

Where can I park?

There are enough parking spaces at the NEC for all visitors. You can pre book parking here.

What catering facilities are there at the NEC?

There is a wide range of catering facilities at the NEC. Please see here for a full list of places to eat.

What are the disabled facilities?

As a world class exhibition venue, the NEC is accessible. For more information visit the NEC disabled visitor's page

What else is there to do in the local area?

After visiting the Oncology Convention why not spend some time in Birmingham? Take some time out to experience and explore Birmingham's rich history and culture. 

Visa Policy

Visa Policy

We cannot issue letters of invitation to visitors for visa purposes. Once you have registered for the event via the event website you will receive a confirmation email which should be sufficient for visa applications.