WCPT Congress Update - February 2019

WCPT Congress Update
February 2019 
Final call for Indaba proposals
Share your experience at an Indaba session and submit your proposal by 27th February.

Want to share your knowledge or seek help from your colleagues at WCPT Congress 2019? In an Indaba session you can help create content and lead conversations – and you can propose a session NOW.

There are three different types of Indaba sessions: 
  • Got a problem to solve? Harness the power of global thinking to address local challenges and use the collective experience of delegates to help find solutions to a local problem.
  • My light-bulb moment. Has there been a pivotal event that has impacted your professional life? What can we all learn from it?
  • Get on the soapbox in your preferred language. You may prefer to discuss a topic or issue in your own language. 
Watch the testimonials from Indaba presenters at the WCPT Congress 2017 and find out how you can propose a session: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/programme/indaba 
Register at the advance rate
Save up to 10% with the advance rate. 

Register online by 26th March 2019 and save on your registration fee. After 26th March registration will only be available onsite in Geneva.

Nearly 4,000 physical therapists have already registered to attend. Don't miss this opportunity to attend the profession's largest international gathering - register now and gain a global perspective of the profession, make long-lasting connections with international colleagues, and learn from world experts on the latest topics.

If you haven't done so already take a look at the preliminary programme and see why you should attend a WCPT Congress.

Register now: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/registration
Be inspired by our exciting programme
Take a look at the latest version of the congress programme.

See the outstanding calibre of speakers who will be presenting at congress and the diverse range of programming on offer.

Start planning your time in Geneva - see the programmed focused symposia, discussion sessions, networking sessions and seminars

You can view the daily overviews online or download a pdf of the preliminary programme: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/programme/preliminary
Courses and clinical visits
There is still limited availability on some congress courses and clinical visits - add one to your registration to make the most of your time in Geneva.

Pre- and post-congress courses: over 19 courses are available to add to your congress registration. A wide range of subjects are on offer, with a number of courses offering support in other languages.

Clinical visits: if you are attending the whole congress add a clinical visit to benefit from this unique opportunity to see how physical therapy is practised in Switzerland. Most are offered in French and English and some have support for other languages.
Tickets available for opening ceremony and welcome reception
Tickets are available for the opening ceremony and welcome networking reception. If you are not registered for the full congress but would still like to attend these events or bring a guest, you can now purchase tickets via the online registration system

Find out more: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/programme/social

Add tickets to your registration: https://regonline.react-profile.org/profile/WCPT19/wcpt/en/login
Congress accommodation   About Geneva
Save time, money, and hassle by booking your accommodation at a congress hotel - hotels nearest to the congress venue are selling out with some already fully booked.

All those staying at a congress hotel will receive a free public transport ticket. If you would prefer to stay in the centre of Geneva near the lake, public buses are available which will take you directly to the congress centre in approximately 25 minutes.
Book now to avoid disappointment: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/registration/accommodation.
Take a look at the Visitor information page on the congress website to find out more about Geneva, including ways to save and links to the Geneva Tourism website.

Visas: have you checked your travel visa requirements for congress? WCPT is providing all the information you may need concerning travelling to Geneva, including the option to download letters of invitation. See www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/visitors/visas.