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20th STAFFORDSHIRE CONFERENCE ON CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS, Stoke on Trent, UK (21 - 23 April 2022) – in-person and remote conference

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  • 20th STAFFORDSHIRE CONFERENCE ON CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS, Stoke on Trent, UK (21 - 23 April 2022) – in-person and remote conference

    20th STAFFORDSHIRE CONFERENCE ON CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS, Stoke on Trent, UK (21 - 23 April 2022) – in-person and remote conference

    We are pleased to invite you to the 20th consecutive Staffordshire Conference on Clinical Biomechanics at the University Campus, Stoke on Trent (21 - 23 April 2022). As in previous years, this conference provides a forum for information dissemination on lower limb clinical biomechanics and will facilitate discussion on research and case studies in this field via plenary sessions.

    The overall conference content will focus on musculoskeletal biomechanics and assistive technology, with a series of sessions broadly covering the following topics:
    1. Footwear biomechanics
    2. Clinical outcomes based on biomechanics
    3. Mobility Assistive Technology
    4. Rehabilitation
    5. Congenital musculoskeletal conditions

    The conference will feature keynote speakers who will outline the latest developments in the area and highlight the role of technology in understanding biomechanical principles with a focus on diagnosis and management of patients. There will be opportunities for debate and analysis of issues surrounding these topics.

    Our speakers include:
    • Professor Joe Hamill, University of Massachusetts, USA/Visiting Professor, Staffordshire University
    • Dr Tom Shannon, OMG Group, Oxford/Visiting Professor, Staffordshire University
    • Dr Toni Andt, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
    • Professor Rami Abboud, University of Balamand, Lebannon
    • Dr Sharon Dixon, University of Exeter
    • Professor Mike Edmonds, Kings College London
    • Dr Cynthia Formosa, University of Malta
    • Dr Andy Goldberg, University College London
    • Dr Howard J. Hillstrom, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York City
    • Dr Gza F. Kogler, Kennesaw State University, USA
    • Dr Mark Lake, Liverpool John Moores University
    • Dr William R. Ledoux, Center for Limb Loss and MoBility, USA
    • Dr Alberto Leardini, Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli, Italy
    • Professor Nicola Maffulli, Queen Mary University of London
    • Professor James Richards, University of Central Lancashire
    • Mr Michael Rexing, Human Study e.V., Germany
    • Dr Isabel Sacco, University of So Paulo, Brazil
    • Dr Harry Witchell, Brighton and Sussex Medical School
    • More to be announced…….

    For more information, please go to our conference website, you can register for the conference here.

    Registration:

    Online conference 25
    Full registration (early bird - until 24th March 2022) 230
    Full registration (standard - 25th March-19th April 2022) 260
    Student registration (early bird - until 24th March 2022) 125
    Student registration (standard - 25th March-19th April 2022) 150

    If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact meeting organisers:
    Dr Aoife Healy (aoife.healy@staffs.ac.uk) or Professor Nachiappan Chockalingam (n.chockalingam@staffs.ac.uk)

    If you are unable to attend the online conference, you can register to watch recordings of all the talks after the conference has concluded.

    We look forward to welcoming you to SCCB 2022.

    Yours Sincerely,
    Nachi and Aoife

    Professor Nachiappan Chockalingam and Dr Aoife Healy
    Conference Chairs, SCCB 2022

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    Early bird registration ends in 4 days! Check out our programme here: https://www.staffs.ac.uk/events/sccb...ence-programme

    We would love to see you in StokeOnTrent for our 20th SCCB, or you can join us online. If you are unable to attend the online conference, you can register to watch recordings of all the talks after the conference has concluded.

    To register: https://www.staffs.ac.uk/events/sccb/registration

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