Eligibility: These scholarships are offered on a first-come, first served basis for non-professional registration. This means that you are attending the meeting as a person with lived experience of bipolar disorder or you are attending in support of someone with lived experience. Medical and support professionals with lived experience and those applying for CME credit in the program will not be eligible for these scholarships.
What is Covered? Scholarships include waived registration fees only; attendance begins on May 4th at 4:45 PM and runs through the entirety of the conference ending on May 7th at 3:30 PM. *Scholarship recipients are responsible for travel, lodging and meals.
Notification & Wait List Policy: Official notification of a scholarship award will be emailed to applicants along with registration information no later than March 15th 2017. A wait list will be established after the scholarship spots have been awarded and openings will be filled in the order of original application request.