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ACPIN International Conference 2024

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ACPIN Multidisciplinary International Conference 2024

We are proud to announce the ACPIN Conference 2024, taking place at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Centre at Heathrow, London on Thursday 16th May & Friday 17th May 2024, with workshop sessions taking place on the afternoon of Wednesday 15th May 2024.

The conference theme, “Igniting Progress: Advancing Skills, Expanding Knowledge, Leading Change in Neurophysiotherapy‚ÄĚ underscores the dynamic nature of neurophysiotherapy and the imperative to continuously enhance skills, broaden knowledge, and embrace change for the betterment of patient care and outcomes.

By utilizing the term “Igniting Progress,” the theme signifies the transformative impact that neurophysiotherapy professionals can have on individuals’ lives. It highlights the proactive approach needed to drive innovation and improvements within the field. The combination of “Advancing Skills, Expanding Knowledge, Leading Change” emphasizes the three core pillars of the conference, emphasizing the importance of professional development, staying at the forefront of research and practice, and taking a leadership role in effecting positive change.

This theme will inspire participants to actively engage in the conference, sharing their expertise, exploring new advancements, and collaborating with like-minded professionals to make significant strides in the field of neurophysiotherapy. It sets a strong tone for the event, encouraging attendees to embrace the challenges and opportunities ahead and work collectively to drive progress and elevate the standard of care in neurophysiotherapy.

The conference is aimed at physiotherapists and other allied healthcare professionals working in neurology whether it be in hospitals, private practice, community settings or universities. We want to bring everyone together to share their knowledge, and network, and contribute to improving the lives and outcomes of people living with neurological conditions.

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