CME Accreditation

An application has been made to the UEMS EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event.

Regrettably CME certification is not possible at an international level or for each of the numerous individual countries that may participate in the meeting.
A certificate of attendance will be provided after the meeting to every registered participant. Often the different accrediting organizations can grant points based on these certificates. So if you wish to pursue the allocation of CME points, we suggest to contact your own accrediting organization for more advice.

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The Students and Trainees Association for Surgery of the Hand (STASH) invites you to attend the launch of their newly formed Association at the IFSSH-IFSHT-FESSH Congress.

Registration is FREE and includes:
Hands-on Practicals, Teaching, Merchandise, Free Lunch

Book online for this event

About the Event

Welcome

The British Society for Surgery of the Hand and the British Association of Hand Therapists are proud to host the joint congress of the International Federation of Societies for Surgery of the Hand and International Federation of Societies for Hand Therapy in London 2022. We are organising this with the IFSSH and the IFSHT in collaboration with the Federation of European Societies for Surgery of the Hand.

We will include all of the current major topics in hand surgery in the scientific programme, as well as some new ones.

We will be running an instructional course through the meeting the topic for which will be "Tendon problems in the hand and wrist".
There will be interactive case-based debates on contentious issues, workshops and invited lectures from renowned international experts. This will be an unrivalled opportunity for exchange of ideas between hand surgeons, therapists, trainees and students, with sessions open to both surgeons and therapists. Please send in your abstracts so that we can share your experience.

About the City

London

London is one of the great cities of the world. Visitors can enjoy London's stunning historical architecture, world-renowned scientific and cultural museums (all of which are free to enter) and some of the most iconic landmarks in the world. London's "West End" is famous for its shopping, food and above all its theatre scene. Alongside Broadway in New York, West End theatre represents the highest quality theatre in the world. The Royal Opera House in Covent Garden is home to The Royal Opera, as well as The Royal Ballet.

The congress venue is in the Docklands area of the city. ExCeL is an exhibitions and international convention centre in Custom House area of Canning Town, East London. It is located on a 100-acre site on the northern quay of the Royal Victoria Dock in London Docklands, between Canary Wharf and London City Airport. We have excellent conference facilities, a diverse range of accommodation and unrivalled international accessibility. London is also an ideal base from which to explore the rest of the UK and Europe.

We invite you to come and disseminate and assimilate knowledge, to share new ideas, meet new friends and old from all over the world and, above all, to celebrate our wonderful specialty that is Hand Surgery.

We look forward to welcoming you to London in 2022.

David Shewring
IFSSH Organising Committee
Chair
Jonathan Hobby
IFSSH Scientific Committee
Chair
Christy Fowler
IFSHT Organising Committee
Chair
Helen Buchanan and Fiona Sandford
IFSHT Scientific Committee
Chairs

163

Scientific
sessions

1900+

Lectures

50

Industry
partners

90+

Countries

Committees

IFSSH/IFSHT 2022 Organizing Committee

David Shewring (Chair)
Dean Boyce
Rupert Eckersley
Christy Fowler
Sue Fullilove
Jonathan Hobby
Stephen Hodgson
Wee Leon Lam


IFSSH 2022 International Advisory Panel

Australia/NZ: Tony Berger
Asia/China: Gus McGrouther, Jin Bo Tang, Wen Dong Xu
India: Raja Sabapathy
North America: Amit Gupta, David Ring, Kevin Chung, Charles Goldfarb, James Chang
South America: Eduardo Zancolli
FESSH: Steven Hovius, Michel Boeckstyns, Erik Walbeehm, Max Haerle
Africa: Mike Solomons

IFSSH 2022 Scientific Committee

Jonathan Hobby (Chair)
Wee Lam (Deputy Chair)
Grainne Bourke
Dean Boyce
Matthew Brown
Helen Buchanan (IFSHT)
David Clarke (ICHS Chair)
Max Horwitz
David Izadi
Clare Langley
Pauline McGee
Zaf Naqui
Alex Nichols
Chye Yew Ng
Fiona Sandford (BAHT)
Brigitte van der Heijden (FESSH)


Instructional Course:
Tendon Disorders of the Hand and Wrist

Chair: David Shewring

Accompanying Book
Editors: Dean Boyce
Grey Giddins
David Shewring

IFSHT 2022 Scientific Committee

Helen Buchanan - South Africa (Chair)
Fiona Sandford - UK (Chair)
Lisa Newington - UK (abstract reviewer co chair)
Donna Kennedy - UK (abstract reviewer co chair)
Elske Bonhof - Netherlands
Sarah Bradley - UK
Shrikant Chinchalkar - Canada
Tracey Fairplay - Italy
Janine Hareau - Uruguay
Caroline Jansen - USA
Ahmad Yazid Jus - Malaysia
Danit Langer - Israel
Cecilia Li - Hong Kong
Tsitsi Murove - Zimbabawe
Luke Robinson - Australia
Angela Toeman - New Zealand
Kirsty van Stormbroek - South Africa

IFSSH Executive Committee

Marc Garcia-Elias - President
Daniel Nagle - President Elect
S. Raja Sabapathy - Secretary General
David Warwick - Historian
Jin Bo Tang - Member-At-Large
Zsolt Szabo - Immediate Past President

IFSHT Executives

Nicola Goldsmith – UK – President
Peggy Boineau – USA – President Elect
Maureen Hardy – USA – Secretary General
Susan de Klerk – South Africa – Information Officer
Stacey Doyon – USA – Treasurer
Anne Wajon – Australia – Immediate Past President

FESSH Executive Committee

Daniel B Herren - Secretary General
Alex Lluch - Treasurer
Frederik Verstreken - Relationship and Subspecialties Committee
Brigitte Van der Heijden - Congress Committee

23 May - 3 June 2022

UK Travelling Fellowship Scheme
for the London IFSSH/FESSH/IFSHT Congress

In 2022, the BSSH in collaboration with IFSSH, FESSH and IFSHT, will host the international IFSSH/FESSH/IFSHT Congress in London (6 to 10 June). In conjunction, the best of hand surgery practice in the United Kingdom will be showcased through the UK Travelling Fellowship Scheme for a number of international fellows in the two weeks preceding the conference.

All fellowships have now been awarded and the 33 selected fellows notified. Each application form was marked by a panel consisting of consultant and trainee representatives from various overseas committees (BSSH and BFIRST), as well the IFSSH 2022 Scientific Committee. Every form was marked independently, and the selection process went through several rounds of discussion to ensure it was a rigorous, fair and transparent process. We wish to congratulate all fellows who have been successful in their applications and look forward to welcoming them in the UK and London.

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Programme information

Scientific programme

Please note this is not the finalised programme and it will be subject to changes.
Invited speakers and authors of free papers should be able to find the date/time of their respective sessions and assigned lecture time.
If you are unable to find your session, please contact us for further information.

Live stream and recording will be available for rooms:
ROOM 1 SURGEON - MAIN AUDITORIUM / ROOM 2 SURGEON - PLATINUM SUITE 3 / ROOM 8 THERAPIST - MAIN AUDITORIUM

Coffee break
Room 1 Surgeon - Main Auditorium Room 2 Surgeon - Platinum Suite 3
18:00-20:00
S187
Opening Ceremony
13:30-15:00
S185
BIRG Session: Technology in Hand Surgery Planning - Hype or Help?
Patient-specific solutions in Hand Surgery - Lessons learned / Established procedure of ulna head replacement - Lessons confirmed
15:30-17:00
S186
IBRA Session: Corrections & Arthrodesis - when to consider each treatment
Coffee break
Lunch break / Lunch symposia
Coffee break
Room 1 Surgeon - Main Auditorium Room 2 Surgeon - Platinum Suite 3 Room 3 Surgeon - Platinum Suite 1 Room 4 Surgeon - South Gallery room 17-19 Room 5 Surgeon - South Gallery room 7-10 Room 6 Surgeon - South Gallery room 11-12 Room 7 Surgeon - South Gallery room 15-16 Room 8 Therapist - Main Auditorium Room 9 Therapist - Platinum 5 Room 10 Therapist - South Gallery room 3+4
08:00-08:30
S001 History of hand…
08:30-10:00
S003
Hand Surgery around the World and what does my day look like
10:30-12:30
S114
Wrist Arthroscopy Trauma
14:00-16:00
S026
Military
16:30-18:30
S140
Technology in Hand Surgery
08:30-10:00
S004
IWAS
10:30-12:30
S011
Flexor 1 (Combined)
14:00-16:00
S014
Advanced Microsurgery
16:30-18:30
S028
Congenital hands: digits
08:30-10:00
S005
Audits and Registries
10:30-11:30
S013A
Congenital Hand: Classification and registries
11:30-12:30
S013B
Congenital Hand: Thumb Anomalies (PULP-e)
14:00-16:00
S040
Hand Surgery and Therapy Partnerships around the world (combined)
16:30-18:30
S041
Nerve repair and reconstruction
08:30-10:00
S006
Flexors tendons
Free papers
10:30-12:30
S027
Tumours
14:00-16:00
S052
Epidemiology
16:30-18:30
S042
Dupuytrens
08:30-10:00
S007
Ulnar sided wrist injury
Free papers
10:30-11:30
S177
Anatomy of the peripheral nerve
Free papers
11:30-12:30
S016
Peripheral nerve studies
Free papers
14:00-15:00
S030
Tendonopthies
Free papers
15:00-16:00
S031
Extensor tendons
Free papers
16:30-18:30
S043
Vascular Disorders: adult and paediatric
08:30-10:00
S008
Microsurgical reconstruction: flap design and cover
Free papers
10:30-11:30
S017
Outcomes in Hand Surgery
Free papers
11:30-12:30
S018
Outcomes in wrist surgery
Free papers
14:00-15:00
S002
Congenital: Epidemiology and Classifications
Free papers
15:00-16:00
S166
Congenital: Thumb anomalies
Free papers
16:30-17:30
S032
Arthroscopic Assessment
Free papers
17:30-18:30
S033
Arthroscopic scaphoid surgery
Free papers
08:30-10:00
S009
Infections of the hand and wrist
Free papers
10:30-11:30
S019
Base of Thumb Arthritis 1
Free papers
11:30-12:30
S020
Basic science in plastics surgery
Free papers
14:00-15:00
S034
Carpal injuries 1
Free papers
15:00-16:00
S035
Carpal injuries 2
Free papers
16:30-17:30
S044
Wrist arthroplasty
Free papers
17:30-18:30
S045
Thumb CMC arthroplasty
Free papers
08:30-10:00
S010
IFSHT opening ceremony and Keynote lecture 1
10:30-12:30
S023
Hand Fractures/ joint injuries
14:00-16:00
S037
Arthritis
16:30-18:30
S047
The wrist in theory
10:30-12:30
S024
Arthritis Free papers
Free papers
14:00-16:00
S036
Return to work – rehabilitation and recovery
16:30-18:30
S063
Elbow and IOM
10:30-12:30
S022
Upper limb burns
12:30-13:30
S181
Thalidomide Embryopathy of the Upper Limb
14:00-16:00
S038
Shared decision making
16:30-17:40
S056
Tendons
Free papers
17:40-18:30
S046
Wrist fractures and…
Free papers
Coffee break
Lunch break / Lunch symposia
Coffee break
Room 1 Surgeon - Main Auditorium Room 2 Surgeon - Platinum Suite 3 Room 3 Surgeon - Platinum Suite 1 Room 4 Surgeon - South Gallery room 17-19 Room 5 Surgeon - South Gallery room 7-10 Room 6 Surgeon - South Gallery room 11-12 Room 7 Surgeon - South Gallery room 15-16 Room 8 Therapist - Main Auditorium Room 9 Therapist - Platinum 5 Room 10 Therapist - South Gallery room 3+4 Workshop room 1 - South Gallery 5 Workshop Room 2 - South Gallery 6 Workshop room 3 - South Gallery 13
08:00-10:00
S049
Soft tissue cover
10:30-11:00
S060 Presidential Lecture
11:00-12:30
S064
Infection, Burns
14:00-16:00
S068
Hand Fractures 1
16:30-18:00
S082
How DO we train? How SHOULD we train?
18:00-18:45
S083
University…
08:00-10:00
S050
Extensor (Combined)
11:00-12:30
S065
Carpal injuries
14:00-16:00
S069
Flexor 2
16:30-18:30
S084
Tendon Miscellaneous
08:00-10:00
S051
Biomechanics
11:00-12:30
S066
Nailbed injuries and related disorders
14:00-16:00
S070
Hand Transplant and Advanced Prosthetics
16:30-18:30
S085
Congenital hand
08:00-10:00
S029
Paediatric Plexus
11:00-12:30
S067
Publishing in Hand Surgery
14:00-15:00
S071
Ulnar sided wrist pain
15:00-16:00
S072
DRUJ
16:30-18:30
S086
Imaging in Hand Surgery
08:00-10:00
S053
Hand in Art
11:00-12:30
S169
Diversity in Hand Surgery
14:00-15:00
S073
Paediatric injuries
Free papers
15:00-16:00
S074
Congenital: Finger anomalies
Free papers
16:30-17:30
S172
Amputation & Prosthesis
Free papers
17:30-18:30
S173
Arthroscopy of the ulnocarpal joint
Free papers
08:00-09:00
S167
Basic Science of the wrist
Free papers
09:00-10:00
S168
Basic Science of the Nerve
Free papers
11:00-12:00
S170
Metacarpal Fractures
Free papers
12:00-12:30
S097 Oversees…
Free papers
14:00-15:00
S075
Spasticity 1-organisation and tendon procedures
Free papers
15:00-16:00
S076
Spasticity 2-nerve procedures
Free papers
16:30-17:30
S174
Arthritis 3 Free papers
Free papers
17:30-18:30
S175
PIP J arthritis
Free papers
08:00-09:00
S054
Scaphoid fractures
Free papers
09:00-10:00
S055
Distal Radial fractures 1
Free papers
11:00-12:30
S171
Microsurgical reconstruction: toe transfer and replantations
Free papers
14:00-15:00
S077
The Plexus: diagnosis and outcomes
Free papers
15:00-16:00
S078
The Brachial Plexus
Free papers
16:30-17:30
S087
Measuring outcomes in hand and wrist surgery
Free papers
17:30-18:30
S088
Hand and wrist surgery outcomes
Free papers
08:00-10:00
S059
Radial sided wrist pain and carpal fractures
10:30-11:00
S061 Keynote lecture 2
11:00-12:30
S124
Nerve compression
08:00-10:00
S048
Congenital hand
11:00-12:30
S062
Ulnar-sided wrist pain and DRUJ
08:00-10:00
S058
Upper Limb Spasticity in Adults and Children: What’s New?
11:00-12:30
S057
Health economics
12:30-13:30
S182
A Cobra Strikes: High Pressure Fluid Injection Injuries
14:00-15:30
S081
Tendon Transfers of the Upper Extremity: the therapeutic considerations with re-training the…
Workshop
16:30-18:00
S079
Shared decision making – implementation in practice
Workshop
14:00-15:30
S126
Treat and repeat. Making chronic wrist pain treatable at every home around the world
Workshop
16:30-18:00
S089
Casting: A unique plaster/soft cast technique used as an alternative to the use of orthoses for the…
Workshop
14:00-15:30
S183
EMG Biofeedback and EMG Triggered Electrical Stimulation for Muscle re-education following Brachial…
Workshop
16:30-18:00
S090
A 3D, Hands-on Experience to gain an In-depth Understanding of Wrist Anatomy, Biomechanics and…
Workshop
08:30-10:00
S105
Restoring Form and Function to the Partial Hand Amputee Through Prosthetic Utilization
Workshop
14:00-15:30
S080
What should I do with this hand? Clinical reasoning for the treatment of the stiff hand
Workshop
Coffee break
Lunch break / Lunch symposia
Coffee break
Room 1 Surgeon - Main Auditorium Room 2 Surgeon - Platinum Suite 3 Room 3 Surgeon - Platinum Suite 1 Room 4 Surgeon - South Gallery room 17-19 Room 5 Surgeon - South Gallery room 7-10 Room 6 Surgeon - South Gallery room 11-12 Room 7 Surgeon - South Gallery room 15-16 Room 8 Therapist - Main Auditorium Room 9 Therapist - Platinum 5 Room 10 Therapist - South Gallery room 3+4 Workshop room 1 - South Gallery 5
08:00-10:00
S092
Outcomes in Management of Hand Disorders (combined)
10:30-11:00
S106 Swanson lecture
11:00-12:30
S110
Scaphoid fractures
14:00-16:00
S012
Arthritis (digits)
16:30-18:30
S154
Distal radius fracture
08:00-10:00
S093
Tendon Transfers and Nerve Transfers
11:00-12:30
S113
Complex case MDT (Overseas)
12:45-13:30
S122
The Green Hand
14:00-16:00
S128
Nerve compression and CRPS
16:30-18:30
S115
Sports Injury (combined)
08:00-10:00
S094
Paediatric trauma
11:00-12:30
S112
Tetraplegia
14:00-16:00
S116
Research Instructional
16:30-17:30
S129
Congenital contracture: arthrogryposis
17:30-18:30
S130
Congenital: forearm and epiphyseal
08:00-10:00
S095
Brachial plexus
11:00-12:30
S111
Social Media in Hand Surgery
14:00-16:00
S117
Spasticity (Cerebral Palsy and Adults)
16:30-18:30
S131
Prevention of Hand Injuries (combined)
08:00-09:00
S096
Basic Science in Orthopaedics
Free papers
09:00-10:00
S021
Wrist
Free papers
11:00-12:30
S176
Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Hand and Upper Extremity with the Masters
16:30-17:30
S132
Paediatric fractures
Free papers
17:30-18:30
S180
Dupuytrens
Free papers
08:00-08:30
S098 Wounds, Burns and…
Free papers
08:30-10:00
S099
Injuries of the digits
Free papers
11:00-12:30
S015
The Carpal Tunnel
Free papers
14:00-15:00
S119
Arthroscopy in the hand and wrist
Free papers
15:00-16:00
S120
Peripheral nerve
Free papers
16:30-17:30
S133
Service improvement 1
Free papers
17:30-18:30
S147
Service improvement 2
Free papers
08:00-09:00
S100
Congenital: Forearm Anomalies
Free papers
09:00-10:00
S101
Congenital: Arthrogryposis and miscellaneous disorders
Free papers
11:00-12:30
S178
Epidemiology
Free papers
14:00-15:00
S121
Scaphoid non union 1
Free papers
15:00-16:00
S135
Sports: hand and wrist
Free papers
16:30-17:30
S134
Scaphoid non union 2
Free papers
17:30-18:30
S136
The Elbow
Free papers
08:00-10:00
S103
Upper Limb Tendinopathies
10:30-11:00
S107 Pain Keynote…
11:00-12:30
S164
Pain
14:00-16:00
S123
Psychology
16:30-18:30
S139
Innovation in practice
08:00-10:00
S104
Patient Experience & Practice Delivery
Free papers
11:00-12:30
S108
Shoulder
14:00-16:00
S125
Paediatric hand trauma
16:30-18:30
S138
Leadership / career development in Hand therapy
08:30-10:00
S091
A Musician-centred Approach to Management and Prevention of Performance Related Upper Extremity…
Workshop
11:00-12:30
S109
Tech & Innovation in Therapy
Free papers
14:00-16:00
S179
Treating without pain
Workshop
16:30-18:30
S137
Pain
Free papers (combined)
12:30-13:30
S025
Congenital Hand Quiz
14:30-16:30
S118
IFSSH clinical skills session
Coffee break
Room 1 Surgeon - Main Auditorium Room 2 Surgeon - Platinum Suite 3 Room 3 Surgeon - Platinum Suite 1 Room 4 Surgeon - South Gallery room 17-19 Room 5 Surgeon - South Gallery room 7-10 Room 6 Surgeon - South Gallery room 11-12 Room 7 Surgeon - South Gallery room 15-16 Room 8 Therapist - Main Auditorium Room 9 Therapist - Platinum 5 Room 10 Therapist - South Gallery room 3+4
08:00-10:00
S039
Psychology and Sham Surgery
10:30-12:30
S153
Best Papers from conference
12:30-13:00
S163 Closing Ceremony
08:00-10:00
S141
Arthroplasty / arthritis
10:30-12:30
S127
Hand fractures 2
08:00-10:00
S142
Nerve transfer
10:30-12:30
S155
Hand Surgery during a Pandemic
08:00-10:00
S143
Elbow/ IOM
10:30-12:30
S156
Innovation and technology
Free papers
08:00-09:00
S144
Soft tissues
Free papers
09:00-10:00
S145
Compressive neuropathies
Free papers
10:30-11:30
S157
Base of thumb Arthritis 2
Free papers
11:30-12:30
S188
Base of thumb Arthritis 3
Free papers
08:00-09:00
S146
Distal Radial Fractures 2
Free papers
09:00-10:00
S184
Distal Radial fractures 3
Free papers
10:30-11:30
S158
Elbow and IOM
Free papers
11:30-12:30
S189
The complex elbow
Free papers
08:00-09:00
S148
Hand surgery during a pandaemic
Free papers
09:00-10:00
S149
Learning from a pandaemic
Free papers
10:30-12:30
S159
Peripheral Nerve surgery
Free papers
08:00-10:00
S150
Musicians – how to keep the show on the road!
10:30-11:15
S160
Chronic pain and…
Free papers
11:30-12:30
S165
Reflections and future directions
08:00-10:00
S151
Learning from covid 19 / rehab post covid 19
10:30-11:15
S161
Advances in Amputee…
Free papers
08:00-10:00
S152
Measurement and Assessment
Free papers
10:30-11:15
S162
Obstetric brachial…
Free papers
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Hybrid Meeting

HYBRID MEETING

Since we started organizing this conference 3 years ago, the world has changed considerably. A global pandemic has forever changed the way conferences are held, with the birth of a hybrid model where participants meet in person but also have the option to participate online for those who face restrictions or other reasons precluding travel.

We understand many of you are unable to come to London. We are keen to deliver a hybrid programme that will still allow meaningful participation for online participants. This would consist of recorded talks, invited live experts and selected free paper sessions at different time zones.

Collaboration with several countries, especially in Asia, have allowed us to organise a bespoke hybrid programme that promises to be an exciting conference for those who are logging in from their homes in various countries, despite the differences in time zones.

SATELLITE MEETING

A hybrid programme also allows an exciting opportunity for different countries/regions to organise local satellite meetings to incorporate their own scientific and social programmes. The local organizing committee can arrange to have their own Q and A session following participation of the IFSSH live streaming or recorded sessions. We can also arrange live expert participation from London. If you wish to organise a satellite meeting please contact us.

HYBRID PROGRAMME IFSSH 2022 (CATERING TO TIME ZONE OF GMT+7 HOURS)

Detailed programme will be confirmed nearer the time

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HYBRID PROGRAMME COMMITTEE:

We are very grateful to the following committee members, who have provided valuable input into the planning and support of this hybrid programme:

Hong Chen (China)
Andrew Chin (Singapore)
Christy Fowler (UK)
Yang Guo (China)
Jonathan Hobby (UK)
PC Ho (Hong Kong, China)
David Izadi (UK)
Wee Lam (UK)
Pauline McGee (UK)
Toshi Nakamura (Japan)
Raja Sabapathy (India)
Wen Tian (China)
Xin Wang (China)
Wendong Xu (China)

Industry Programme

Coming soon

Coffee break
Lunch break / Lunch symposia
Coffee break
Room 5 Surgeon - South Gallery room 7-10 Room 6 Surgeon - South Gallery room 11-12 Room 7 Surgeon - South Gallery room 15-16 Workshop room 1 - South Gallery 5 Workshop Room 2 - South Gallery 6
12:50-13:50
S191
DePuy Synthes Trauma & Extremities Lunch Symposium
DePuy Synthes Symposium
12:50-13:50
S192
What you should know about why I changed my approach to nerve repair
Axogen Symposium
12:50-13:50
S193
Fractures of the Wrist & Forearm
Skeletal Dynamics Symposium
12:50-13:50
S194
Medartis Workshop
Medartis Workshop
12:50-13:50
S195
Intra-articular Distal Radius Fracture Fixation utilising Acu-Loc 2 Wrist Plating System
Acumed Workshop
Coffee break
Lunch break / Lunch symposia
Coffee break
Room 5 Surgeon - South Gallery room 7-10 Room 6 Surgeon - South Gallery room 11-12 Room 7 Surgeon - South Gallery room 15-16 Workshop Room 2 - South Gallery 6 Workshop room 3 - South Gallery 13 Workshop Room 4 - South Gallery 14
12:50-13:50
S196
Distal Radius Fractures from simple to complex
Medartis Symposium
12:50-13:50
S197
IPS Implants® in hand surgery
KLS Martin Symposium
12:50-13:50
S198
Distal radius pathologies: A universe of solutions
NewClip Symposium
12:50-13:50
S199
Advancements in Hand & Wrist Surgery
Arthrex Workshop
12:50-13:50
S200
Back to the future!
Goupe Lepine Workshop
14:00-15:00
S201
Multifit NS Precuts/ Orficast Beginner Level
Orfit Workshop
15:30-16:30
S202
Tips and Tricks with Orficast and Orficast More/ Intermediate Level
Orfit Workshop
17:00-18:00
S203
Fabrication with Isoforce Outriggers / Advanced Level
Orfit Workshop
Coffee break
Lunch break / Lunch symposia
Coffee break
Room 4 Surgeon - South Gallery room 17-19 Room 5 Surgeon - South Gallery room 7-10 Room 6 Surgeon - South Gallery room 11-12 Room 7 Surgeon - South Gallery room 15-16 Room 9 Therapist - Platinum 5 Workshop room 1 - South Gallery 5
12:50-13:50
S205
How to treat when it is broken or used
Stryker Symposium
12:50-13:50
S206
Hand Fractures: Treatment Options and Trends
Medartis Symposium
12:50-13:50
S207
CapFlex PIP replacement - Joining an established joint solution
BIRG Symposium
12:50-13:50
S208
Mano a Mano: Global Differences on Treatment Pathways
Acumed Symposium
12:50-13:50
S209
CMC1 Symposium
Keri Medical Symposium
10:00-11:00
S204
New ultrasound-guided upper limb procedure
NewClip non-lunchtime Sympsium

Business Meetings

IFSSH IFSSH Executive Committee Meeting Monday, 6th June 13:00 - 17:00 GMT Platinum Suite 7
IFSSH Delegates' Council Meeting Wednesday, 8th June 12:30 - 14:30 GMT South Gallery 20-22
IFSSH New Executive Committee Meeting Friday, 10th June 13:00 - 15:00 GMT Workshop room 4 – South Gallery 14
IFSHT IFSHT Executive Committee Meeting Monday, 6th June 09:00 - 17:00 GMT Titanium Room
IFSHT Delegates Lunch Wednesday, 8th June 12:30 - 14:00 GMT Room 9 Therapist – Platinum Suite 5
IFSHT Council Meeting Wednesday, 8th June 14:00 - 16:15 GMT Room 9 Therapist – Platinum Suite 5
IFSHT New Executive Committee Meeting Friday, 10th June 13:00 - 15:00 GMT Workshop room 3 – South Gallery 13
FESSH FESSH Council Meeting Monday, 6th June 09:15 - 13:00 GMT Platinum Suite 5+6

Information for presenters

STREAMED ROOMS IN-PERSON ROOMS ONLINE ACCESS

Three main rooms will be streamed live:
- ROOM 1 SURGEON - MAIN AUDITORIUM
- ROOM 2 SURGEON - PLATINUM SUITE 3
-ROOM 8 THERAPIST - MAIN AUDITORIUM.

Presenters scheduled to one of these rooms are asked to be available for a live Q&A through Zoom at the end of the session.

All the other rooms will neither be streamed nor recorded. Online presenters scheduled to one of these other rooms are asked to send in a pre-recorded video, which will be played to the audience during the session but online presenters can not take part at the Q&A.

Online access
Each participants (with in-person or online only registration) will have access to the on-demand content till 20 August 2022. On-demand content will cover:

  • full program of the 3 streamed rooms
  • uploaded pre-recorded videos (after the congress)
  • ePosters (cca 450 papers)
  • preliminary 3 minutes videos of all accepted oral free papers that were sent in for abstract review (cca 900 papers)

CONGRATULATIONS! CREATE YOUR SLIDES UPLOAD YOUR SLIDES


You will have an oral presentation (free paper or invited).

Add disclosure on the first slide.

Early slides upload
To avoid long queues at the slides center on site Anna Valley, the local AV company in London will email you soon a special link, which you can use to upload your presentation slides starting from 23 May 2022.

Slides center on-site
The local AV company will run a slides center on-site during all the days of the congress. Each presenters are requested to check-in their presentation through the slides center at least 4s hours before starting of their session.

Using your own laptop
Given the large number of presentations during the congress and the tight schedule of the sessions using your won laptop is not permitted. Please use the slides center on the venue to check in your presentation in time. You can also use the early check-in possibility to upload your presentation still before the congress.

Timing
All presentations are within the time allocated. The chairs have carefully considered the sessions for optimal education and interest. They may ask you to stop if you are running over to ensure the whole programme remains to time.
You check your session timing order before the session as these may change due to unforeseen events. It is very unlikely that the session allocations will change at this stage.

As a presenter please sit in the first row to be able to minimize delays.

Q&A through congress app
Audience will ask authors in written using the congress app.


Formats

  1. MS Powerpoint 2018 or newer file
  2. Apple Keynote
  3. PDF file


Aspect ratio: 16:9


Upload start: from 23 May 2022
Upload link: will be sent by local AV company
DEADLINE: will be sent by local AV company

YOU ARE SCHEDULED TO A STREAMED ROOM? PRERECORD A VIDEO UPLOAD YOUR VIDEO

Three main rooms will be streamed live to online participants:
- ROOM 1 SURGEON - MAIN AUDITORIUM
- ROOM 2 SURGEON - PLATINUM SUITE 3
-ROOM 8 THERAPIST - MAIN AUDITORIUM.

If your talk is scheduled to one of these rooms your pre-recorded video will be played to the audience during the session and you will be asked to be available for a live Q&A through Zoom at the end of the session.

Presentation through Zoom is not possible in any other rooms.

Zoom links will be personally sent to you by the local AV company in due time.


with MS PowerPoint

  1. Record your talk - within the time allocated
  2. Convert your presentation into a MP4 video file.
  3. Convert your video to mp4 online

with Keynote

  1. Record your talk - within the time allocated
  2. Convert your presentation into a Quick Time video file.
  3. Convert your video to mp4 online

Duration: check the time allocated
Max file size: 200 MB
File type: mp4
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Upload start: from 23 May 2022
Upload link: will be sent by local AV company
DEADLINE: will be sent by local AV company

CAN NOT COME TO LONDON? CREATE A SHORT VIDEO UPLOAD YOUR VIDEO


If you have an oral presentation (free paper or invited) but you can not come to London you can send in your talk as a pre-recorded video.

Three main rooms will be streamed live to online participants:
- ROOM 1 SURGEON - MAIN AUDITORIUM
- ROOM 2 SURGEON - PLATINUM SUITE 3
-ROOM 8 THERAPIST - MAIN AUDITORIUM.
If your talk is scheduled to one of these rooms your pre-recorded video will be played to the audience during the session and you will be asked to be available for a live Q&A through Zoom at the end of the session. Zoom links will be personally sent to you by the local AV company in due time.

All the other rooms will neither be streamed nor recorded. If your talk is scheduled to one of these other rooms your pre-recorded video will be played to the audience during the session but you can not take part at the Q&A part.

Online access
Each participants (with in-person or online only registration) will have access to the on-demand content till 20 August 2022. On-demand content will cover:

  • full program of the 3 streamed rooms
  • uploaded pre-recorded videos (after the congress)
  • ePosters (cca 450 papers)
  • preliminary 3 minutes videos of all accepted oral free papers that were sent in for abstract review (cca 900 papers)


with MS PowerPoint

  1. Record your talk - within the time allocated
  2. Convert your presentation into a MP4 video file.
  3. Convert your video to mp4 online

with Keynote

  1. Record your talk - within the time allocated
  2. Convert your presentation into a Quick Time video file.
  3. Convert your video to mp4 online

Duration: check the time allocated
Max file size: 200 MB
File type: mp4
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Upload start: from 23 May 2022
Upload link: will be sent by local AV company
DEADLINE: will be sent by local AV company

CONGRATULATIONS! CREATE AN E-POSTER UPLOAD YOUR PDF


Your abstract has been accepted for an e-poster presentation. E-posters will be available through computer stations located in the exhibition hall. There is no dedicated poster presentation time where poster presenter needs to be present. Visitor can browse the poster database and view selected e-posters.

Please upload your poster as a file. Your poster file is preferable a PDF file, but you can send in also a short 3 minutes video . If you have sent in earlier a video for abstract review you can keep it as a poster. Please check the instructions of a pre-recorded video if you would like to submit a video.


  • You can create your e-poster using either MS PowerPoint or Keynote
  • Hyperlinks, animated images, animations and videos are not permitted and will be non-functioning.
  • QR Codes can be included.
  • Always compress your pdf online before uploading.

To assure the best quality of your e-poster, we recommend that the .pdf file has the size of an A0 sheet (1189 mm x 841 mm / 46.81 × 33.11 inches).
In case you are using Photoshop to create your eposter, you can also see its resolution, which should be a minimum of 200dpi.

Some tips on how to create a better research poster in less time.
Short tuorial on how to prepare your (paper or virtual) e-poster.

Length: 1 page only
Max file size: 10MB
File type: pdf
Orientation: landscape
Upload link: was sent by secretariat
DEADLINE: continuous

Pioneers of Hand Surgery

The IFSSH awards "Pioneer of Hand Surgery" status to any person who excels exceptionally, beyond what is normally expected in the field of hand surgery.

The enormous contribution of the Pioneers to Hand Surgery will influence many generations of Hand Surgeons to come. Ultimately of course, their accomplishments will benefit countless patients far into the future. The IFSSH Membership therefore, expresses its sincere appreciation and gratitude to our Pioneers for enriching our passion, Hand Surgery.

We are looking forward to inducting 28 Pioneers at IFSSH 2022 in London.

Call for IFSHT workshops

Deadline for workshop submission: 15 September 2021.

The Scientific Program Committee seeks workshop proposals that address topics that have current relevance to hand therapy globally. Preference will be given to workshops that represent a diversity of perspectives. Diversity can mean the approach presented, global composition of presenters, presenters at different stages of their careers, and inclusion of basic science, translational, and clinical perspectives. To ensure a well-balanced program, the Scientific Program Committee reserves the right to request changes of specific speakers and/or presentations.

    Please submit an outline of the proposed workshop (maximum of 500 words) which must include:
  • Title
  • Rationale / background (consider: Why is this is the right time for this workshop to be presented? What challenge or advancement to the field does this workshop address?)
  • Overall learner objectives
  • Short description of session (including instructional methods, structure of workshop and participant engagement activities)
  • Number of participants: minimum and maximum numbers
  • Duration of workshop: 60 minutes or 90 minutes
  • Presenter(s) biography(ies)
  • Presenter(s) contact information (email address, telephone number)
  • Send completed form to workshop_at_ifsht2022.com

Keynote Speakers

We are pleased to confirm the participation of several keynote speakers from all over the world. A full list will be published soon.

2022 IFSSH Swanson Lecturer Professor Tim Davis, Nottingham, UK
2022 Presidential Lecturer Professor Duncan Angus McGrouther, Singapore
2022 BSSH Douglas Lamb Lecturer Professor David Ring, Texas, USA

Come and Join us!

Social Events

Opening Ceremony &
Welcome Reception

Monday, 6 June 2022 | 18:00 – 21:30
ExCel Conference Center

On the first night of the 2022 IFSSH-IFSHT-FESSH combined congress the British Society for Surgery of the Hand and the British Association of Hand Therapists have the pleasure to invite you to meet friends, connect with hand surgeons and therapists from all over the world after the long months of pandemic.

The Opening Ceremony includes all prestiged events such as honoring the pioneers.

The evening will continue with a get-together reception and drinks in the exhibition area.

Pub Night
 

Wednesday, 8 June 2022 | 19:30 – 23:30
Revolution Leadenhall Bar

Set in the heart of London's financial district and steeped in history, Revolution Leadenhall is a decadent cocktail bar, club and restaurant that once housed the iconic Midland Bank. Leadenhall's capacity is split over 4 levels boasting the opulent Lutyens Bar on ground level, The Balcony dining area, The Basement Bar & The Vault which now houses a decadent Champagne Bar making it a truly unique location in which to host memorable events with a twist.

Dress code: smart casual
Price including fingerfood and drink vouchers: £35 if paid before 01 April 2022, £45 if paid after this date.
Transfer: no shuttle provided

Congress Dinner & Party
 

Thursday, 9 June 2022 | 19:30 – 1:30
Old Billingsgate

In the heart of the City on the North bank of the River Thames, stands a striking historic building that is a remarkable part of London's heritage. Old Billingsgate encompasses three versatile spaces and a beautiful terrace with unrivalled views of Tower Bridge, City Hall, The Shard and London Bridge.

This Victorian Grade II listed building was once a world famous fish market, running up until 1982. The Grand Hall, the former market floor will hold the Congress Dinner while Sparkling Wine and Summer Cocktails will be served on the terrace offering a stunning river view. The three-course seated dinner will be accompanied by all-inclusive wine, beer and soft drinks till 2:00am. You are welcome at the dancefloor after dinner.

Dress code: semi-formal, black-tie optional (staffed cloackroom is available)
Price: £150 if paid before 01 April 2022, £180 if paid after this date
Please book your seat now in order to guarantee your place!

Cable Car
The UK’s first urban cable car, known as the Emirates Air Line, connects ExCeL London to The O2 and North Greenwich tube station. In the cable car you can sit back, relax and enjoy stunning aerial views of London from 90m above the River Thames.

All delegates and visitors to events at ExCeL can use the cable car for just £3 single fare - to redeem this exclusive discount, all you need to do is show something that indicates that you are attending an ExCeL event a confirmation email/ticket etc. to the staff at the Emirates Airline terminals.

*Please note that all delegates must purchase their own cable car ticket on the day (please ensure you leave enough time to do so).

A cable car arrives every 30 seconds and flights last approximately 10 minutes — except during rush hours when it runs slightly quicker.

River Taxi
With some of the best views of Greenwich’s most popular landmarks including the O2, the Cutty Sark and the Old Royal Naval College, travelling by boat offers a truly unique perspective on London. The route is serviced by Uber Boat by Thames Clippers.

The BSSH and IFSSH have booked a private vessel to transfer you from the ExCeL to the dinner venue. The vessel is limited to 220 passengers and will be on a first come, first serve basis

We will be charging each delegate and any additional guests £15 per person.
Book boat tickets here

The boat will be waiting for delegates at the North Greenwich pier at 18:45 and the journey to Old Billingsgate will take 20 minutes.

Schedule:
18:45 – boarding the vessel
19:00 – departing from North Greenwich pier
19:20 – arriving at Tower Pier (near Old Billingsgate)

*Please note that there is a short walk from the cable car to North Greenwich pier so please leave in good time.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the BSSH secretariat – secretariat@bssh.ac.uk

REGISTER HERE

Registration Fees

EARLY FEES
paid before and on 01 April 2022
for face-to-face participation

£ 600 Surgeons
£ 370 Therapists
£ 370 Allied Health Profess.
£ 300 Doctors-in-Training
£ 300 Engineers, Scientists
£ 200 Students
£ 560 Industry represent.

STANDARD FEES
paid before and on 01 May 2022
for face-to-face participation

£ 700 Surgeons
£ 460 Therapists
£ 460 Allied Health Profess.
£ 450 Doctors-in-Training
£ 450 Engineers, Scientists
£ 300 Students
£ 660 Industry represent.

ONLINE ONLY FEES
available for
countries outside Europe

£ 350 for individuals
£ 275 for bulk registrations


Online fees include access to the program of below halls:

  • ROOM 1 SURGEON - MAIN AUDITORIUM
  • ROOM 2 SURGEON - PLATINUM SUITE 3
  • ROOM 8 THERAPIST - MAIN AUDITORIUM

ADDITIONAL FEES

EARLY FEES
paid before and on 01 April 2022

STANDARD & LATE FEES
paid after 01 April 2022

Educational Monday (6 June)
Bookable with a congress registration fee.
£ 60 £ 60
Opening Ceremony
& Welcome Reception extra ticket
£ 50 £ 75
Pub Night £ 35 £ 45
Congress Dinner and Party £ 150 £ 180

FACE-TO-FACE FEES

Conditions

  1. For registration with Doctors-in-Training and Student category a proof document needs to be uploaded.
  2. 2022 edition of the Instructional Course Book is included for surgeons registrations only.
  3. Industry representative fee does not contain CME credits and Instructional Course Book.
  4. In case of cancellation due to force majeure we refund the payment over 350 GBP of the registration fees, minus 30 GBP handling fee, and give online access.
  5. In case of cancellation due to individual decision 80% of the registration fee will be refunded. Cancellations should bee sent in written to the secretariat latest till 01 April 2022. No refund is made on cancellations received after this date.
  6. Refunds will be paid back within 2 months following the congress.
  7. Cancellation of social event tickets: The price of the purchased tickets cannot be refunded, tickets will be transferred to another participant upon request.

Fees include

  • General access to congress sessions on-site
  • Online access to selected sessions (2 main surgery halls and the main therapist hall)
  • CME credits
  • Program book
  • Instructional Course book (printed) – for surgeons only
  • Exhibition on-site
  • Opening Ceremony
  • Welcome reception
  • Lunches (Tue/Wed/Thu)
  • Coffee breaks
  • Pub Night
  • Congress Dinner and Party
  • VAT

ONLINE ONLY FEES

Conditions

  1. Online only rates are available for countries outside Europe only. Do not entitle for face-to-face participation.
  2. Bulk registration is available for groups of 100 pax or more. All administration is on the societies (communicate this to members, collect names with data, collect all money from members – and send the full list and the full amount to the congress secretariat with 1 action.) Deadline to accept bulk registration is 01 April 2022.
    Please contact the congress secretariat if you wish to submit a group registration.
  3. No refund is possible for online only access.
  4. Upgrade to face-to-face fee is possible with paying the fee difference valid at the date of registration.

Fees include

  • Online access to selected sessions (2 main surgery halls and the main therapist hall)
  • CME credits
  • Virtual Exhibition
  • Program book (pdf)
  • VAT
  • Instructional Course book

Bank account information for wire transfer

Inside the UK

Account holder: Congressworks Llp

Sort code: 23-14-70

Account number: 85207967

IBAN: GB40 TRWI 2314 7085 2079 67

Bank: Wise - 56 Shoreditch High Street London E1 6JJ United Kingdom

Reference: 22IFSSH + Your name

Please kindly instruct your bank that all charges are at your expense.

Outside the UK

Account holder: Congressworks Llp

SWIFT/BIC: TRWIGB2L

IBAN: GB40 TRWI 2314 7085 2079 67

Bank: Wise - 56 Shoreditch High Street London E1 6JJ United Kingdom

Reference: 22IFSSH + Your name

Please kindly instruct your bank that all charges are at your expense.

Parent/carer room

As part of its commitment to diversity and inclusion, the Organizing Committee will be providing a parent/carer room. This on-site room will allow a safe space for parents/carers of young children who wish to feed their child while the meeting is in progress. A fridge and microwave will be available. Further details will be available in March 2022

Please be aware that babies and children will not be allowed into the auditoria of the scientific meeting. However, the organizers aim to live-stream the main plenary lectures of both the surgery and the therapy program to this room.Thank you for your understanding.

Please indicate if you intend to attend the meeting as a parent/carer with a young child(ren) by clicking on the relevant check-box of the online registration page.

Industry

Exhibition and Sponsoring

We are excited to present our plans for the IFSSH, IFSHT & FESSH Combined Congress London 2022, and with the help of your valued contribution we are aiming to bring together all colleagues from the field of hand surgery.

We welcome participation in a variety of ways:

  • Different levels of sponsorship
  • Exhibition space
  • Lunchtime industry sessions
  • Advertising opportunities onsite and online

If you are interested please ask for a detailed offer at exhibition_at_ifssh2022.com

We look forward to welcoming you in London!

Congress venue

ExCeL Conference Centre

The successful hosting of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games put London in the world's spotlight. London continues to reinvent itself through continued investment and the creation of new attractions, venues and facilities.

ExCeL Centre London, which was one of the venues for the London 2012 Olympic Games, is one of the most advanced conference facilities in the world. It benefits from accessibility, stunning but functional architecture and state-of-the-art communication facilities. These attributes, as well as peerless educational display facilities make it the ideal venue. Its layout is perfectly suited for a mixture of academic sessions, plenary, breakout and parallel.

Crucially, the venue has ample space for exhibitors.

Where to find us

Location

London's Eastside offers everything required to host a successful event.

Both international and domestic visitors are well served by the award winning London City Airport. Located five minutes to the East of ExCeL London, the airport operates 350 flights a day to 30 key destinations, including New York, Frankfurt, Paris and Madrid. The transformation of the area East of Tower Bridge has created an 'EVENTS DISTRICT' offering not only the facilities at ExCeL London but fantastic new hotels, excellent transport links and an impressive variety of social and entertainment venues.

Europe's largest urban shopping centre, Westfield Stratford City, is located 10 minutes from ExCeL London. The site has over 300 shops, as well as a 14-screen cinema and two hotels. Westfield Stratford City is adjacent to the 2012 Olympic Park & Stadium and is well connected via the Docklands Light Railway, London Underground and Stratford International Station, with Cross-rail services planned from 2018.

To the West of ExCeL London is Canary Wharf, the second largest financial district in Europe and home to the UK's tallest building. Over 100,000 people work there, with over 200 shops, bars and restaurants. To the South, is the World Heritage Site of Maritime Greenwich, home to historic sites including the National maritime museum and the Royal Observatory. Greenwich is also the location for one of Europe's leading entertainment destinations – the O2 Arena.

 

Address:

ExCeL London
One Western Gateway
Royal Victoria Dock
London E16 1XL

   

Phone:

+44 (0)20 7069 5000





Transport

London is one of the world's busiest international business hubs and can be reached by more people, from more destinations, in less time than any other city in the world. It's known for its accessibility and wide range of low-cost rail and air links to global cities. Getting to ExCeL London couldn't be easier!

Getting there

Hotels

There are a number of hotels located very close to the venue. For more information please visit hotels page.

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Food & drink

ExCeL London has over 40 onsite cafés, bars and restaurants, including numerous concessions within the venue itself. There are restaurants with table-service for more formal dining as well as grab and go option. Breakfast, lunch, dinner — we've got it covered. Opening hours will differ based on which events are in the venue.

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Visa information

Visa applications for London Congress 2022

If you are from a country outside the European Economic Area (https://www.gov.uk/eu-eea ) or Switzerland, you may require a visa in order to visit the United Kingdom for the purpose of the conference.
The type of visa required is a Standard Visitor visa. Eligibility can be checked and an application made at: https://www.gov.uk/standard-visitor-visa/apply
The following outlines all you need to know and consider: https://www.gov.uk/standard-visitor-visa
Some important highlights:

  • You have to apply through the process outline above, you do not require a visa assistance or application company. The government of the United Kingdom has partnered with centres in your country; you will be redirected there once you have made your application via: https://www.gov.uk/standard-visitor-visa/apply
  • You cannot apply more than 3 months prior to your visit. Also, do not leave it for the last minute, as applications can take up to 3 weeks or longer.
  • The cheapest and most appropriate Standard Visitor visa is the 6 months Standard Visitor visa (at a cost of £95, accessed 26 May 2020). Long term Standard Visitor visa cost depends on its length: 2 years - £361, 5 years - £655 and 10 years - £822
  • You must always show that:
  • When you apply you'll need to provide a current passport or other valid travel identification.

You need a blank page in your passport for your visa. Your passport should be valid for the whole of your stay in the UK.

  • You'll also need to provide a certified translation of any documents that are not in English or Welsh.
  • You'll be told how to provide your documents when you apply.
  • Read the full list of supporting document you can provide. (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/visitor-visa-guide-to-supporting-document)
  • Other information you'll need
    • You'll need to provide the following:
      • the dates you're planning to travel to the UK
      • details of where you'll be staying during your visit
      • how much you think your trip will cost
      • your current home address and how long you've lived there
      • your parents' names and dates of birth
      • how much you earn in a year
    • You might also need:
      • details of your travel history for the past 10 years (as shown in your passport)
      • your employer's address and telephone number
      • your partner's name, date of birth, and passport number
      • the name and address of anyone paying for your trip
      • the name, address and passport number of any family members you have in the UK
      • details of any criminal, civil or immigration offences you have committed

Visa assistance

If you require assistance obtaining a visa, please email registration_at_ifssh2022.com.

Please note: This will only be supplied after completion of registration and payment.

We will be pleased to send a formal letter of invitation to delegates requesting an invitation letter for visa purposes. It is understood that such an invitation is intended to help potential delegates to raise funds or to obtain a visa. This does not imply a commitment from the congress organisation to provide any financial support or to reimburse any expenses for medical treatment.

The delegate is obliged to provide insurance for any kind of medical treatment.

The letters will be sent by email. In case an express delivery is needed, the delegate shall order a courier at his/her expense. This application form must be correctly completed to be processed.

Hotel accommodation

bnetwork London has been appointed as the official housing agent for the IFSSH, IFSHT & FESSH Combined Congress London 2022. Their team of experts have been negotiating on your behalf to offer preferential rates in the most strategic hotels, location and quality wise.

Visit their secured accommodation website to find the up to the minute availability and get access to the best deals!

Alternatively if you have group requirements, their dedicated team would be delighted to work on a personalised proposal for you. Please email them on hotel_at_ifssh2022.com.

Attractions

Around ExCel: Greenwich

Home to the Meridian Line at the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum, the Old Royal Naval College including the fabulous Painted Hall, Emirates Cable Car, Greenwich Market, Greenwich Park and The O2 Arena.

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