UKSF Conference

"The most important stroke meeting in the UK ... A great opportunity to hear about research developments and  examples of best practice" (Professor Martin Dennis, University of Edinburgh)

The UK Stroke Forum Conference is the largest multidisciplinary stroke event in the UK, attracting over 1300 delegates from across the stroke care pathway.

The 2014 conference takes place on 2-4 December in Harrogate, and is kindly sponsored by Bristol Myers Squibb/Pfizer Alliance and ReNeuron.
 
The conference is also endorsed by the World Stroke Organization.


Registration

The quickest way to register is online. Alternatively you can register by downloading the registration form and sending this to ukstrokeforum@stroke.org.uk.
 
You can view delegate rates by clicking on the link on the left hand menu. Discounted Early Bird rates are available until 29 August 2014.

Event highlights:

  • Training day with a choice of streams
  • A variety of multidisciplinary parallel sessions and workshops showcasing the latest developments in research and stroke care
  • A broad range of quality national and international speakers
  • An opportunity to hear stroke survivors talk about their experiences
  • Over 60 exhibition and charity stands

Our delegates come from the following professional backgrounds:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Researchers
  • Professional carers
  • Therapists (physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, dieticians, orthoptists etc.)
  • Psychologists
  • Students and trainees
  • Commissioners
  • Trainers and education providers
  • Stroke programme managers
  • Representatives from the Government and the private sector

Click here for advice on getting funding from your organisation or trust to attend.

The 2013 UK Stroke Forum Conference was endorsed by the World Stroke Organization and UK Stroke Forum Education and Training. It was approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom - 18 CPD Credits.  

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