17-18 October 2008
This high-profile two-day event showcases the latest best practice, research, educational and professional developments in physiotherapy. The theme for this year is Moving physiotherapy forwards for patient health and well-being.
The programme features keynote speakers, a packed programme of lectures, workshops and debates as well as an extensive social programme.
About Congress 2008
Congress 2008 is structured around four programme strands: musculoskeletal, neurology, cardio-respiratory, and health, work and wellbeing.
There are four topic areas running across these strands: professional issues, research and development, professional and clinical practice, and education.
Craig Allingham is Assistant Professor at Australia’s Bond University and has worked with four Australian Olympic Teams. He is the former National President of Sports Physiotherapy Australia. Craig will also be delivering the Founders’ Lecture.
Professor Patrick Doherty is Chair of Rehabilitation and Research at York St John University.
Professor Anne Shumway-Cook is Professor within the Division of Physical Therapy at the University of Washington.
Dr George Peat is Research Fellow at the Primary Care Sciences research centre at Keele University.
For more information on this event, visit the CSP Congress website.