View Full Version : Posture and Wheeled Mobilty Conference, 7-9 June 2010 - Glasgow

04-27-2010, 09:49 PM
The must attend conference of 2010!

Just four weeks left to book your place to attend the most comprehensive
conference in your discipline this year...

Choose from up to seven parallel sessions each day, covering amongst
other topics:

* Skin care and tissue integrity

* 24-hour posture and care

* New Best Practice Guidelines in rehabilitation

* State-of-the-art lectures and workshops covering many aspects of
Posture and Wheeled Mobility

Please visit http://www.mobility2010.org/ to book your place now.

Dear All,

PMG meet annually, but their International Conference only occurs once
every 5 years, so this is a fantastic opportunity to catch up on all
things posture and mobility-related, and to network with people with
enormous experience in the field, from a range of nationalities and
professional backgrounds including Clinical, Technical and Medical

This conference is focussing heavily on the development of Best Practice
Guidelines on a range of topics (more details on the website). Through
organised workshops, participants will be invited to comment on the
draft BPG documents.

Kind regards,

John Tiernan BE(Hons) MEngSc MIEI,
Chartered Engineer,
Senior Clinical Engineer,
Enable Ireland,
Sandymount Avenue,
Dublin 4,

Tel. +353 1 2615926/2615900
Fax. +353 1 2695816

Enable Ireland Disability Services Ltd.
Registered Office Unit 32F, Rosemount Park Drive, Rosemount Business Park, Ballycoolin Road, Dublin 11 Registered in Dublin No.13909 Charity No.4908
Patron Mary McAleese, President of Ireland Chairman Donal Cashman Chief Executive\Secretary Fionnuala O'Donovan.

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