If not now, when? 2020 Conference

Zoom

10/10/2020

 

2020 is the BCA’s 95th anniversary, so we weren’t going to miss our annual conference!

Since our inception in 1925, we haven’t stopped leading, representing and supporting the chiropractic profession or our members and our experience stood us in good stead for the challenges of COVID-19. The BCA’s approach is focused on helping members, prioritising patients and promoting the profession through the pandemic has changed the way chiropractic is seen by mainstream healthcare and the public.

Now that these opportunities have been created, how are we going to take them? How can we work differently to continue helping patients? How can we lend the voice of our profession to health inequalities?

We explore these themes at this year’s conference as well as bringing you your special interest sessions.

Details

Saturday 10th October between

09.00 – 13.30

Delegates will be sent a Zoom webinar link a few days before the conference with joining instructions

Learning with others

Delegates will be able to view over four hours on 10th October which counts as ‘learning with others’. In addition, we will be making more sessions available ‘on-demand’ to delegates.

On-Demand sessions

In addition to our session on the day, the ‘on-demand’ sessions will be made available to delegates. You can then choose to either watch these on your own or arrange to view these with others to help you claim more ‘learning with others’ hours.

CPD Certificates

Certificates will be issued to registered delegates after the event

 


Programme:

Speaker Subject Date & Time
Ulrik Sandstrøm Welcome & housekeeping 09.00
Catherine Quinn BCA President 09.10
Greg Kawchuk Big data and chiropractic 09.30
Dan Sullivan Graduating into the unknown 10.20
Kaymed beds 10.35
Katie de Luca "The time is now: Spine care in the older adult" 10.50
Jesper Dahl With a Creaky Floor - There is No Core! - the relevance of the pelvic floor in a muscle-skeletal practice 11.20
Jane App 11.50
Katie Pohlman "Do our utmost to not cause any potential harm.” – What is known about patient safety and the chiropractic profession? 12.05
Andreas Eklund Maintenance care, where evidence points us and what clinicians need to know 12.35
Catherine Quinn Closing remarks 13.05
Ulrik Sandstrøm Close and information from our sponsors 13.30

 

Exhibition & Sponsorship

 


Booking:

We have kept this really simple

BCA Members: £50

Non-members: £75

Students and 2020 graduates: free (please email Lisa.King@chiropractic-uk.co.uk to book)

 

Ticket Price Number req'd.
BCA Member £50
until 09/10/2020
Non-member £75
until 09/10/2020

Terms & Conditions

No refunds will be issued in the event of cancellation by a delegate.

I have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions.

 

Total payable: £0.00