NSpine Returns to Nottingham Big and Better Than Ever

The United Kingdom’s most comprehensive course in Spinal Surgery and associated specialities returns to Nottingham from 22nd – 28th June 2015 at the Nottingham Conference Centre.

After the incredible success of the inaugural 2013 conference, which involved over 700 people, plans for this year’s event are already in the advanced stages. With a spectacular and diverse programme, an exciting exhibition featuring new and innovative products and an enviable International Faculty all contributing, NSpine is well on course to becoming the most prolific of all Spine related global healthcare events.

The main area of focus at NSpine 2015 is the Craniocervical to Cervicothoracic Spine and in additional to providing a unique learning environment which addresses the latest research and surgical practice in the treatment of the spine, the associated courses within the overall programme provide an incredible learning platform for everyone from doctors and nurses through to anaesthetists, sports physicians, vets, and medicolegal professionals.

Additionally, the leading lights in all spinal disciplines will convene and share best practice, enabling ascendant medical professionals with the supplementary material required to further develop their careers or areas of expertise.

Integrated within the NSpine event this year are two new stimulating programmes, GSpine and NTrauma – both of which complement the event but enable delegates to gain a broader and more diverse experience of future techniques and practices as well as first hand knowledge of emergency procedures at all key trauma stages.

Another key feature of the event is a detailed series of Cadaver workshops which run throughout the NSpine week and which takes place in a dedicated lab at the nearby Queens Medical Centre.  Whilst the programme has been expanded for 2015 to cope with demand, places are still limited and are expected to be sold out soon after launch.

Following the phenomenal success of the first NSpine Patients’ Day, which allows members of the public, their families or friends to have direct access to leading doctors and surgeons to discuss spinal issues, this revolutionary event will take place once again and allow for unprecedented opportunities for discussion.

Combine all of this with a wonderful location, diverse with history and culture, a tailor made social programme that caters for all tastes, preferential accommodation rates, travel supplements, shopping and restaurant discounts for delegates, then Nottingham in June 2015 is the only place to be.

For additional information about NSpine please see www.nspine.co.uk.

Posted on 05 February 2015

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