Around 1,500 physiotherapy professionals are expected to come to Liverpool, UK, when the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy hosts more than 500 speakers and poster presenters from across the world in a packed two-day programme covering five themes:
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The keynote Founders' Lecture will be delivered by Michael Brennan, Chief Executive of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (right).
Joining Michael in this session is another world-class speaker, Dr Emma Stokes, the WCPT President and Associate professor at Trinity College Dublin.
Other keynote speakers include: Professor Kari Bø, Head of the Norwegian School of Sports Sciences and the first vice president of the International Organization of Physical Therapists in Women's Health.
Jerome de Barros is UK Horizon 2020 National Contact Point for Health, Demographic Change & Wellbeing.
Brian Caulfield of INSIGHT, Ireland's €85m Data Analytics Research Centre. His work with wearable and mobile sensing measurement and intervention applications opens up a new vista for human performance evaluation and enhancement.
See more about the confirmed speakers in the programme section.
Take time out from the clinical and scientific programme to join us at the free delegates' welcome reception, to be held in the grand surroundings of St George's Hall.
St George's Hall, Liverpool, UK
There is a second free-to-attend reception in the exhibition hall at the end of the first day, followed by the Congress dinner.
The Congress dinner will be at The Rum Warehouse on Friday 11 November, where guests can enjoy a three-course meal and entertainment from the leading Beatles tribute band, The Mersey Beatles. Tickets for the Congress dinner cost £50 per delegate. Be sure to reserve your seat when booking your ER-WCPT Congress place online.
'Good to understand what goes on in other countries' – delegate from Latvia
'Great to see input from countries beyond Europe' – delegates from USA and Africa
'Wide range of topics, well chosen' – delegate from Austria
'Well designed programme' – delegate from UK