25th Belgian Congress on Rheumatology
The Royal Belgian Society for Rheumatology takes great pleasure in announcing the 25th Belgian Congress on Rheumatology, taking place at the Egg in Brussels on 29 - 30 September & 1 October 2021.
We are honoured to inform you that this year’s edition will be a co-organisation between the KBVR-SRBR and the Société française de Rhumatologie (SFR).
This year the programme will especially focus on the research by young investigators, but it will be a well-known mix of state-of-the-art invited lectures by internationally renowned speakers, selected oral presentations and Updates organised with the support of the industry.
Together with the KBVR-SRBR Board members, we hope and expect to be able to welcome you to a fully live congress in Brussels, and we also look forward to welcoming our French colleagues.
Hemodialyse Update: Van theorie naar praktijk
Op 1 en 2 oktober 2021 organiseren de afdelingen nierziekten van de ZNA en GZA ziekenhuisgroepen een dialysecursus met als titel Hemodialyse Update: van theorie naar praktijk.
Domus Medica Huisartsenconferentie en Vakbeurs
In één dag hebt u samen met 800 huisartsen en andere zorgprofessionals uit de eerste lijn toegang tot ruim 70 geaccrediteerde sessies en meer dan 90 exposanten. Dat maakt de Huisartsenconferentie en Vakbeurs van Domus Medica tot een uniek evenement!
Bone Curriculum Symposium & Pre-Symposium on Rare Bone Diseases
We are pleased to invite you to join the face-to-face Bone Curriculum Symposium and the Pre-Symposium on Rare Bone Diseases organised by the KBVR / SRBR Osteoporosis and Fracture Prevention Group at the Conference Center Het Pand in Ghent on 21 & 22 October 2021.
More information: http://www.symposium-osteoporosis.org/
Meet The Experts 2021 Meeting
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
The promotion of quality management is essential. Treatment outcome assessment, research outcomes, guidelines, best papers and best practices
are not known by all practitioners.
For this reason, the European Spine Journal organizes its third Spine Sciences “Meet the Experts™” Forum focusing on revision surgery.
Experts in this field have been carefully selected and asked to provide the Journal with an article describing their techniques and experience. These articles will be published as a ‘special issue’ of the European Spine Journal.
The Spine Sciences “Meet the Experts™” Forum aims at optimizing exchanges of knowledge.
This meeting will be highly interactive. With this scope, the format has been designed and based on interactive case-based discussions with experts - rather than on lectures - with residual time left for discussion. You will have the opportunity to interact with some of the most respected world experts in the field, while bridging between state-of-the-art sciences and clinical practice.
We look forward to seeing you in Madrid!
Editor-in-Chief European Spine Journal
BeSARPP Annual Meeting
Each year, our Society succeeds in designing a truly magnificent scientific program during our Annual Meeting in November. The topic of this year’s meeting is: Anesthetic Challenges in the Roaring 20’s.
Looking at the number of anesthesiologists attending the meeting each year, this has proven to be a highly successful format for many years. This will undoubtedly also be the case for this year’s edition: World renowned experts will share knowledge and provide science-based opinions about key topics in anesthesia.
As last year, we will schedule the ethical program and the hands-on workshops on Friday.
It goes without saying that we are organizing the meeting with all the necessary precautions to keep you and all other participants safe.
More information: https://www.besarpp.be/en/events/congress-2021/
DXA Radioprotection Course 2021
We take great pleasure in inviting you to the DXA Radioprotection Course 2021, which will take place in Brussels on Saturday 20 November.
This Course is co-organised by the Belgian Bone Club and the KBVR/SRBR Osteoporosis and Fracture Prevention Group.
Sociolinguistics Symposium 24
Sociolinguistics Symposium is the world’s main gathering of sociolinguists internationally. This two-yearly event provides a unique opportunity and forum to develop and exchange ideas and research findings about language and society in its manifold connections and manifestations. From its beginnings as a small meeting in the UK in 1976, the tradition of Sociolinguistic Symposia has grown into the largest sociolinguistic networking event in the world. Attracting hundreds of participants and exhibitors, the Symposium is also a stimulating space for networking.
It is with much enthusiasm that we announce Sociolinguistics Symposium 24. SS24 will be held in Ghent in July 2022. In close consultation with previous symposium organizers and our colleagues in Hong Kong, the tradition of a meeting in even years is upheld. SS24 in 2022 will mark the 20th anniversary of the first Sociolinguistics Symposium hosted on the European mainland (SS14 in Ghent in 2002). SS24 is organized by Ghent University in close collaboration with the Belgian sociolinguistic community. The dates of the conference are 13-16 July 2022.
The idea to have a joint meeting bringing together several spine societies at the same time and at the same place originated around the turn of the century.
The SpineWeek committee was mandated with the practical organisation of such a conference, and this led to the first SpineWeek meeting which was held in Porto, Portugal in 2004. It was well received by individual participants, the involved scientific spine societies and by the supporting MedTech industry.
Three more SpineWeeks followed: Geneva (Switzerland) in 2008, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) in 2012 and Singapore in 2016.
One of the remarkable evolutions noted from one SpineWeek to the next, was the increase of participants coming from Asia Pacific. This incited the SpineWeek committee to move east for the 2020 SpineWeek meeting. Unfortunaly we were unable to organize SpineWeek 2020 due to the Corona virus but we are very pleased to announce that SpineWeek 2020 has been moved to 1-5 May, 2023 in Melbourne.
Next to the usual participating spine societies such as the North American Spine Society (NASS) and the Brasilian Spine Society, we now welcome other societies. SpineWeek meetings have been at the origin of many a scientific collaboration bringing together clinicians and scientists from around the world and from very different scientific societies.
We look forward to a truly exciting week in Melbourne, both at a scientific and a social level.
Join us for this first Oceanian SpineWeek meeting and spread the word!
The SpineWeek Committee