THE CONFERENCE WILL BE LIVE AGAIN!
It’s now 10 months since the Coronavirus pandemic exploded in Europe. Now we are experiencing the second wave of the infection. Everyday we face many challenges, many cities are again in lockdown, and the vaccination process has just started in few countries. The pandemic is affecting our health, our life, our work, and our international scientific networks. The largest conferences are all postponed or converted into virtual or hybrid events.
We all need to react, to find solutions and to plan the future. We have the goal to enjoy again the special atmosphere of friendship that we have always created putting the international football medicine community under the same roof.
For this reason, we have decided to postpone the Conference to 4th, 5th and 6th of June 2022.
The venue will be, as planned, in Lyon and the Scientific Programme will be the same.
THE CONFERENCE VOYAGE
Up until the new date of the in-person Isokinetic Conference in Lyon, we want to stay close to you: we will be together online 4 times with 4 virtual summits, every three months!
The 4 Virtual Summits on the Voyage to the Isokinetic 2022 Conference will bring together leading researchers, field based practitioners and thought leaders from across the world of Football Medicine, including “The Player’s Voice”.
Each Summit will last 3 hours with a series of workshop style speeches and a facilitated Question & Answer section.
THE VIRTUAL SUMMITS:
THE ONGOING ACL DILEMMAS
Sunday 18th of April 2021
FOOTBALL RESEARCH GROUP: UPDATES FROM UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE STUDIES
Sunday 11th of July 2021
ACHILLES TENDON RUPTURES: FROM INJURY TO RTP
Thursday 11th of November 2021
FIFA MEDICAL: PREPARING FOR WORLD CUP 2022
Sunday 20th of March 2022
Be aware that if you register at the Conference, the 4 virtual summits will be included for free. On the other hand, you can also decide to attend each single online event, paying a small fee each time.
We hope that our decision will be appreciated, and we will be always available for any doubts at firstname.lastname@example.org