2019

2-5 April

ASIA 2019 Meeting

2-5 April:

4-6 April:

The meeting will include informative presentations delivered by world-renowned dedicated speakers and researchers. The meeting will promote expertise and communicate knowledge across fields as well as foster new relationships across the region and establish networks among fellow surgeons. We are looking forward to seeing you and bringing you a fruitful, memorable meeting filled with outstanding academic contents in Korea.

 4-7 April:

 

5.7 April

The Spine Society of Australia is proud to promote the exchange of scientific knowledge and strengthen friendships amongst those who work in the complex and challenging field of spinal disorders. Under the guidance of the Society’s Scientific Secretary, Professor Brian Freeman, we look forward to an outstanding scientific program. 

 7-10 April

 The Scientific Program Committee has curated a stellar cast of not-to-be-missed national and international speakers including: Professor Beth Darnall (Department of Anesthesiology, Stanford University: prevention of post surgical pain, targeted psychological strategies, opiod reduction); Dr Nanna Finnerup (Department of Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University, Denmark: pathophysiology and therapy of neuropathic pain); and Professor Tor Wager (Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience laboratory, University of Colorado: neurophysiology of pain and emotion, affective learning, and brain-body communication).  

Contact: APS 2019 Conference Secretariat, DC Conferences, via telephone +61 2 9954 4400 or via email aps2019@dcconferences.com.au

8-9 April

Radiology and Oncology Meeting 2019

The Theme of the Radiology and Oncology -2019 is “Practice, Research & Leadership: Weaving it all together "which covers the wide range of critically important sessions in the field of OncologyRadiologyCancer, and Imaging. This multidisciplinary multi-specialty oncology course will cover all aspects of cancer imaging and intervention. The objective of this meeting is to share the foremost updated knowledge on the radiology and the novel therapeutic options in Cancer treatment. Our prospective audience includes radiologists, oncologists, researcher, professors, medical students, physicians, medical physicists, clinical scientists, technologists, and other healthcare professionals. 

25-26 April

 5th International Conference on Spine and Spinal Disorders- Spine Conference 2019
 Rome, Italy.

 

 2-3 May

 17-18 May
 MIS Spine Surgery Cadaver Lab Course
Convenor:                        Mr Birender Balain
Venue:                                 Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic hospital, Oswestry, Shropshire
Target Audience:             Newly appointed Spinal Consultants and Spinal Fellows
Aim:                                       This 1 ½ day course is intended to help those Spinal Surgeons and Fellows who are interested in improving their MIS surgery skills.  It will benefit those who have had some exposure to placing MIS pedicle screws in the lumbar spine and wish to expand their practice.  Friday afternoon will comprise lectures, with a dinner in the evening and Saturday will be in a cadaveric lab setting.  Delegates will be offered basic or advanced technique practice as appropriate.

Delegate Fee:                    £500

The course is limited to 12 people only. 

For information or to book:         http://www.orthopaedic–institute.org/ or Email Siân Jones sian.jones36@nhs.net

20 May

Spine Pain and Spinal Pain Treatments
Venue:                                 Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital
Target Audience:      Consultants in Radiology and Orthopaedics/Spinal Surgery, Physicians in Pain Medicine, Anaesthetists, Anaesthetic, Orthopaedic and Radiology Registrars, Allied Health Professionals
Convenor:                         Dr Bernhard Tins, Consultant Radiologist
Content:                              Objective to review the causes of spinal pain and the treatments of spinal pain.  It will also focus on possible complications of these treatments.  There will be particular emphasis on audience participation and discussion.  Topics include: spine pain (a neurologist’s view), spine pain (a surgeon’s view), spine interventions (a physiotherapist’s view), image guided spinal intervention: what can go wrong, (a spinal injuries consultant view), facet joint treatment, vertebroplasty

Registration fee:              £100

To book:                              https://www.orthopaedic-institute.org/monday-20th-may-2019-spine-pain-and-spinal-pain-treatments.html

 22-24 May:

Venue: MECC Maastricht Forum 100 6229 GV Maastricht the Netherlands website: www.neurorehabrepair.eu  

22-24 May

The CSRS Europe is one of the leading specialised spine societies. We are expecting around 300 surgeons and scientists from the field of cervical spine surgery, with a focus on the key topic Traumatology of the cervical spine.

22-25 May


27–29 May 


Gothenburg, Sweden www.escifcongress.org
Call for Abstracts: www.ryggmargsskadecentrum.se/escif-2019-call-for-abstracts

 30-31 May -and 1 June

June 9-13
 13th World Congress of the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM)

The ISPRM Annual Congress is an international event that promotes awareness about physical disabilities, PRM research and best practices. It works as a hub for medicine professionals and students to meet and exchange knowledge. The scientific program will include interactive workshops, stimulating debates and more. This year's congress will be held in Kobe, Japan.  Join us at the 13th World Congress of the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM) that promises an exciting programme in a dynamic environment!

 13-14 June:

Neurologists Congress 2019 invites all the participants and attendees from all over the world to attend 28th Euro-Global Neurologists Meeting during June 13 - 14, 2019 to be held at Barcelona, Spain with the Theme: Action potential & synapses - Current challenges and innovations in the field of Neuroscience, which includes prompt Keynote Presentations, Oral talks, Poster Presentations, Workshop, Symposium and Exhibitions. Avail group registration..!  

24-28 June


June 29 – July 2:

12-14 July:

21-23 August:

The 2019 ANZSCoS conference committee invites you to attend the Annual Scientific Meeting in Melbourne and to participate in discussion around our theme of Working Together Now & Tomorrow. The conference program will address the burning issues, questions and answers for people with spinal cord injury, clinicians, carers and funders, today and in the future.  We continue to grow this conference and  welcome anyone with an interest in Spinal Cord Injury to attend. The conference provides a great forum of exchanging knowledge, research and networking with your peers and industry leaders. We have a great line up of speakers to present the latest advances in SCI from Australia and around the world to ensure you keep up to date with all the latest developments.

 For further information, please contact the ANZCoS Conference Secretariat at anzcos2019@dcconferences.com.au or via phone +61 2 9954 4400. 

11-13 September:

13-15 September:
Spinal Masterclass
Prince of Wales Hospital,  Randwick, NSW, Australia

The Prince of Wales Hospital Sydney's Spinal MAsterCLASS returns this year (Sept 13-15th) after overwhelming feedback from the inaugural course last year.
Subject experts from our Centre will present this interactive course. This course is aimed at providing a Practical overview of SCI management.
This would be useful for Rehab Registrars, Rehab Specialists and other specialists who would like to brush up their knowledge in SCI health needs, Allied Health and Nursing staff who are involved in the care of SCI patients.

Please, check the brochure for further information to Register.

For course information:

Dr Sachin Shetty - Email: sachin.shetty@health.nsw.gov.au

For registration information:

Ms Christiani Tjandra: P: (02) 9382 5163/F: (02) 9382 5620: E: Christiani.Tjandra@health.nsw.gov.au

 

16-18 October

 17-19 October

 4-7 November

 2019 Meeting Banner

“The 58th International Spinal Cord Society Annual Scientific Meeting, ISCoS 2019, will take place in Nice, France from 5-7 November 2019. 

ISCoS promotes the highest standard of care in the practice of spinal cord injury for men, women and children throughout the world. Through its medical and multi-disciplinary team of professionals, ISCoS endeavours to foster education, research and clinical excellence. 

ISCoS 2019 will attract around 1,200 Spinal Cord Injury specialists, mostly SCI doctors, however in recent years the annual meeting has become more interdisciplinary and brings together a varied group including nurses, neurologists, neurosurgeons, traumotologists, physical therapists, social workers, occupational therapists orthopaedic surgeons, psychologists, sports therapists and urologists. The educational programme will encourage these delegates to share knowledge and experience as they research the new innovations within their fields. 

6 and 7 November
Spinal Imaging Course
Convenor:                           Dr Prudencia Tyrrell
Venue:                                 Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry, Shropshire
Target Audience:             Specialist Registrars and Consultants in Radiology
Aim:                                       This two day course of clinically based lectures and interactive case based discussion addressing all areas of Spinal Imaging (including Trauma) serves as a focus to facilitate problem solving in the spine, utilising the various imaging modalities and their application in a number of pathological scenarios. A series of lectures delivered by a Faculty including Musculoskeletal Radiologists, Spinal Surgeons and Specialists in Spinal Injury, followed by interactive case based sessions with dedicated film reading and discussion.

Delegate Fee:                    £295

For information or to book:         http://www.orthopaedic–institute.org/ or Email Siân Jones sian.jones36@nhs.net:        

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Where to find us

National Spinal Injuries Centre,
Stoke Mandeville Hospital,
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire,
HP21 8AL, United Kingdom

How to contact us

Tel: +44 1296 315 866

Email: admin@iscos.org.uk

Contact ISCoS Headquarters for Application forms, copies of the Constitution and Bye-Laws of the Society, queries on the journal delivery and information on Scientific Meetings.

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