Third Annual Spinal Cord Injury Symposium: Contemporary Trends in Spinal Cord Injury Management
801 North Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21205
Conference Room 202
ABOUT THE EVENT:
Hosted by the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury at Kennedy Krieger Institute, the Third Annual Contemporary Trends in Spinal Cord Injury Management Symposium is a premier educational event geared toward physicians, nurses, occupational and physical therapists, and other professionals who care for individuals with spinal cord injuries and disorders.
Bringing together the expertise of physicians, researchers, and therapists, this symposium focuses on the latest spinal cord injury treatments and research.
Edelle C. Field-Fote, PhD, PT
The Miami Project
Professor, Department of Physical Therapy and Neurological Surgery
T. George Hornby, PhD, PT
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
Research Scientist, Assistant Professor
Early registration is available now through May 17th, CEU/CME credits are pending.*
To register or to find out more information, please visit our website at:
For further questions, please email the planning committee at SCIsymposium@kennedykrieger.org
Early Registration Cost (Ends May 17th):
$25-students, $50-therapists and nurses, and $75 physicians
Regular Registration Costs (Ends June 12th):
Additional $25 for designated discipline
Additional $50 for designated discipline.
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