IRHA Annual Conference Mobile App
If you attended an IRHA Annual Conference in the past, and you downloaded the app from a previous conference, you must delete the old conference app before downloading this year's app.
Thank you for registering to attend the IRHA 21st Annual Rural Health Conference! We’re excited to announce that again this year, IRHA is providing a mobile application for the event. You will get up-to-the-minute information such as the latest agenda, updates from the conference planner, speaker information, feedback opportunities, maps, exhibitor and sponsor details, an attendee list and more.
To get the IRHA mobile app
You must delete the old conference app before downloading this year's app.
- iPhone and iPad users—search "IRHA Events" on the Apple App Store.
- Android users—search "IRHA Events" on the Google Play Store.
- Blackberry, Windows, laptop users—go to this address (omit www): https://irha.gatherdigital.com
The app is password protected. Once you have accessed the app, you will need to log in to the app by entering the email address you used to register for the conference and the password Password1 (with a capital P and the number 1). You may change your password in the app by clicking Request a Password on the log in screen.
Attendee Messaging and Profiles
One of the features of the mobile app is that you and other attendees will have the option to send messages to each other through the app. It's a great way to network with fellow attendees up to and during the event. You may also create a profile of yourself that other event attendees can view. You may enter your information into the app.
Note: For others to message you on the app you have to login at least once.
Don’t forget to play the Interactive Badge Game! Earn badges by visiting exhibitor locations. View the Leaderboard in the app to see how everyone is doing and to size up your competition.
Thank you! We look forward to seeing you at the IRHA 21st Annual Rural Health Conference and we hope you enjoy the mobile app!
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