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ISERS Conference 2024
ISERS Conference 2024

Sat, 27 Jan


Dublin 2

ISERS Conference 2024

The Irish Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation Society annual meeting will take place, face to face, in RCSI on Saturday the 27th of January this year.

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Time & Location

27 Jan 2024, 08:30 – 15:30

Dublin 2, 123 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, D02 YN77, Ireland

About the Event

Ms Val Jones

Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, Sheffield UK 

We are very excited to welcome Ms Val Jones as ISERS’s keynote speaker this year. Val Jones is a world-renowned Clinical Physiotherapy Specialist working at the Sheffield Shoulder and Elbow Unit at the Sheffield Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust. She also works in private

practice. Val has published in peer-reviewed journals and is a previous AHP representative on the British Elbow and Shoulder Society Council.

It is this combination of ongoing clinical practice, and relevant research that underpins Val’s

reputation as a world-class presenter and educator in the assessment and rehabilitation of the elbow


As with previous years, we will have a practical workshop in the afternoon. This year Val will take us

through the " Ten things not to miss in the elbow.

Our surgical colleagues have invited Mr Jaap Willems, consultant Orthopaedic surgeon from


€100.00 attendance fee will also include ISERS membership and basic EUSSER membership for the

year, 2024. 

You can also become a member of our society if you are unable to attend our

conference for €50.


  • Conference & Membership

    This gives you access to the full 2024 Conference. It also will gain you the full perks of ISERS Membership for the 2024 cycle. Full access to website and content Reduced rate for ISERS courses Complimentary membership to EUSSER Access to 2024 Webinar series and back catalogue Members Map - Resource for Patients and Surgeons

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  • 2024 Membership only (No Conf)

    This does not grant access to the conference.

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