DFCONDFCON is the worlds premier diabetic foot conference! Held in Hollywood, California annually it attracts the greatest clinicians, researchers, academics and educators from around the globe, and this year its 100% FREE if you live in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, India, South Africa, the Middle East and the UK
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Biomechanics Boot CampThe Clinical Biomechanics Boot Camps are generally run over two days and are aimed at bringing clinicians up to speed on all the latest in lower limb biomechanics and foot orthotics. The course is suitable for participants a all levels. These workshops are run by Craig Payne a senior lecturer and researcher at La Trobe University in Victoria, Australia.
Abdominal WallAWR is one of the worlds only premier abdominal wall reconstruction conferences! Held in Washington DC annually it attracts local as well as world renowned clinicians, researchers, academics and educators. From abdominoplasty to infection and beyond, AWR cannot be missed.
Breast CancerBreast Cancer & Coordinated Care or BC3 is one of the premier breast cancer conferences! Held in Washington DC annually it attracts local as well as world renowned clinicians, researchers, academics and educators. 2014 marks the 3rd BC3 conference which now happens bi-annually.
Vasyli “Think Tank”For one weekend only and in the UK we are bringing together the Vasyli Think Tank ‘Dream Team’ of Howard Dananberg, Trevor Prior, Jenny McConnell, Brian Hoke. There will also be a special guest appearance from Phillip Vasyli throughout the weekend.
The Amputation Prevention Symposium (AMP) – 2014The incidence of lower limb amputation due to vascular disorders has grown steadily over the years, but the tide is turning. Advances in revascularization will make a dramatic difference in patient treatment in the months ahead by decreasing the need for amputation. Play a role in this important, life-changing trend when you gain the knowledge you need to stop critical limb ischemia in its tracks.