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First programme content announced for congress
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Final call for course
   First programme content announced for congress

The key sessions for the WCPT Congress 2015 have been announced. Twenty-five focused symposia will be presented featuring over 100 prominent international speakers from across WCPT's five regions. These core congress sessions provide a forum where cutting edge research and practice perspectives can be explored and debated.

With more focused symposium proposals received for 2015 than ever before, the International Scientific Committee have been able to select topics with high calibre speakers, ensuring programming covers practice, research, education, management and policy perspectives.

View details of the focused symposia at


www.wcpt.org/congress/fs/sessions

Access the full list of speakers at

www.wcpt.org/congress/speakers

   Final call for courses

With only a few days left to the 14th February deadline, this is the last chance to submit a proposal for pre and post congress courses.

Congress courses have a focus on applied knowledge and skills. They are designed to complement the main scientific programme and offer delegates the chance to :

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Gain practical experience
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Listen to the latest evidence and discover the implications for practice
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Explore issues in depth
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Learn directly from experts via a range of stimulating learning formats
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Meet with fellow international delegates in their field of interest

Each session is to be organised by a recognised expert in the field.

To submit a proposal and to access the full call go to www.wcpt.org/congress/courses

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