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29-31 March 2021, Merton College, Oxford, UK
We are pleased to announce the date of the BRS Clinical Training Course in 2021.
28-30 June 2021, Manchester Metropolitan University
BRS 2021 28 - 30 June 2021
Hot on the heels of the success of BRS2020 Online, we’re so pleased to say that we will be holding BRS2021 on 28 – 30June at Manchester Metropolitan University next year, the venue for our originally planned meeting in 2020.
It will be great to be able to meet physically in our friendly atmosphere and productive networking opportunities and as always, we have a programme containing cutting edge science.
BRS meetings are renowned for their friendly atmosphere and networking opportunities, as well as their high quality and exciting science. The 2021 meeting will feature a broad-ranging programme which will be similar to the programme planned for 2020 but with some updates.
1 December 2020, Online
Bone health learning goes digital with Osteoporosis Online
Registration for the Royal Osteoporosis Society’s innovative new digital learning event for healthcare professionals is now open inviting them to join its world-leading experts for this one-day online event on Tuesday 1 December.
The online event will bring the very latest updates in osteoporosis clinical practice and research with live, interactive keynote sessions, symposia, and oral abstract and poster presentations.
The programme brings together the latest in research and clinical practice for clinicians and researchers at all career stages, primary care practitioners, orthopaedic specialists, radiologists, and allied health professionals.
Osteoporosis Online is an unmissable event for HCPs working in the field of osteoporosis, bone health, research, fracture management and rebab, secondary fracture prevention and bone densitometry.
It features more than twenty prestigious speakers from the fields of bone health - representing orthopaedics, rheumatology, geriatrics, endocrinology, radiologists, and physiotherapy.
ROS Professional Development Lead Jill Griffin said: “We have pulled together an exciting programme for delegates with the UK’s top clinicians. The programme covers the latest research and treatments for osteoporosis, and we share insights on how to deliver best practice care in the unique COVID-19 landscape.
“In addition, we will be hearing the latest from the Osteoporosis and Bone Research Academy and launch our ‘Research Roadmap’ to find a cure for osteoporosis.
“This represents excellent value for money and if you can’t join us live or are struggling to choose between sessions, all registered delegates can enjoy our entire programme on-demand after the event.”
• Explore the priority areas for research to bring us closer to a cure for osteoporosis
• Discuss latest research across the field though oral abstract presentations and ePoster exhibitions
• Understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on osteoporosis patients and fracture prevention pathways
• Understand best practice and develop skills in conducting effective virtual consultations
• Discover new and emerging technology in the identification of osteoporosis, fracture risk and bone mass measurement
Tickets are just £120 or £90 for concessions (students and retired HCPs) and ROS members. You can download the full programme and register online at theros.org.uk/osteo-online.
30 June - 2 July 2021, Dublin, Ireland
A 3-day immersive international course giving the opportunity to learn about and discuss mechanisms, clinical diagnosis and treatment of paediatric bone disorders.
3-6 July 2021, University College, Dublin, Ireland
Abstract deadline: 15 February 2021
This Conference will bring together scientists and clinicians from a wide range of disciplines to gain a better understanding of the growing skeleton in health and disease. The scope ranges from basic molecular mechanisms to clinical aspects, from bone physiopathology to treatment. We invite anyone with an interest in bone metabolism and bone mass in children, adolescents and young adults to attend. The ICCBH conference takes place every two years. The 2019 meeting was attended by over 500 delegates from across the globe, making it truly multinational and multidisciplinary – a unique networking opportunity.
1-4 September 2021, Sheffield, UK
It is with great pleasure we invite you to participate in the 14th International Conference on Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI2020) in Sheffield, UK, on 1 to 4 September 2021 (postponed from 5-8 September 2020).
The meeting will offer a high quality scientific programme of interest to both clinical and basic scientists. We’re expecting between 200 and 250 delegates from across the globe, including many key opinion leaders in the field.
The multidisciplinary nature of the conference provides an opportunity to talk to specialists from many different fields including geneticists, internists, endocrinologists, orthopaedic surgeons, dentists, radiologists, paediatricians, physiotherapists, nurses and others working with osteogenesis imperfecta.
1-4 October 2021, Toronto, Canada
7-9 October 2021, Ljubljana, Slovenia
We hereby announce the new dates for the 39th Annual Meeting of the European Bone and Joint Infection Society, which will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenia, 7-9 October 2021.
The main conference theme is:
Joining forces: optimising diagnosis and management of bone and joint infections
The programme topics are:
· Optimising antibiotic treatment of bone & joint infections
· Optimal bone infection sampling and microbiological processing
· Low-grade PJI – what is the best approach?
· Musculoskeletal infections in children
· Infections of arthroscopic implants, osteotomies and tendon reconstructions
· Chronic osteomyelitis with good function. To treat or to live with?
· Spinal infections
· Fracture-related infections
Find more information on the conference website: www.ebjis2021.org