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2022 Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand

2022 Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand5th Annual Scientific Meeting Tuesday 7 - Friday 10 June 2022 | Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland

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Useful Resources 

ACNR (Advances in Clinical Neuroscience & Rehabilitation)

ACNR is a peer reviewed open access neurology journal, based in the UK with international readership, and Editor Todd Hardy in Sydney, Australia. We aim to keep busy practicing neurologists and rehabilitation specialists up-to-date with the latest advances in their fields,  including areas of neurology and neuroscience outside their main area of sub-specialty interest.
The major content of ACNR is short reviews commissioned independently from leading UK and international experts. There is a focus on emerging knowledge about clinical neuroscience, neurology, rehabilitation and therapeutics, as well as evidence-based analysis of neurological practice – often in areas where definitive evidence and consensus is lacking.
Find out more at https://acnr.co.uk/about/
Sign up for email updates at https://acnr.co.uk/email-subscription/

 

***********Past Meetings*********

 

2021 Australian Pain Society 41st Annual Scientific Meeting - VIRTUAL 
Pre-Conference Workshop Sunday 11 April 2021
Conference Monday 19 April - Tuesday 20 April 2021

2021 NSANZ April Cadaver Workshop
Saturday 17 April 2021
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ANZSGM 2021 Conference
19-21 May 2021
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Virtual ISPRM 2021 Congress
12-15 June 2021
Paris, France


The theme of the congress is “Furthering Rehabilitation in a New World” which signifies the rapid advancement in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine to deal with scenarios and challenges that we will encounter in the new world. The digital format of this Congress is a tool and opportunity that ISPRM could reach out to many different parts of world. Please encourage your colleagues and rehabilitation team members to submit abstracts and participate.

2021 NSANZ 14th Annual Scientific Meeting
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RMSANZ Virtual Snapshots 2021
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This meeting will see the RMSANZ continue to support anyone with a thirst for learning and knowledge-sharing within the rehabilitation field.
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2nd Joint Congress of the INS European Chapters
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The 2nd Joint Congress of the INS European Chapters will take place 2 – 4 September 2021 in Palais des Congrès de Paris, Paris, France. At e-INS 2021 you will have the opportunity to showcase your latest research, take part in a variety of scientific sessions and discuss the latest advances in Neuromodulation, grow your professional network and enjoy the many relationship-building opportunities our congress will provide.

Learn more: https://e-ins.org/ and submit an abstract https://e-ins.org/abstract-submission/

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