ISPO 18th World Congress connects participants virtually around the world
The 18th World Congress of the International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO) was held from 1 to 4 November 2021 focussing on “Digital Transformation in an Evolving World”. Rolled out as a virtual edition, the event drew 1,000 participants from 83 countries, providing interdisciplinary learning opportunities, bringing together renowned experts to report their latest scientific research, and showcasing industry innovations for people who may benefit from the rehabilitation practice of prosthetic, orthotic, mobility, and assistive technology.
ISPO World Congress Gears up for Its Virtual Edition
The International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO) World Congress will be held from 1 to 4 November 2021 focussing on “Digital Transformation in an Evolving World”. The virtual edition will be the leading event in the prosthetics, orthotics, and assistive technology sector worldwide this year. Professionals will share knowledge and experiences in keynotes, regional panels, symposia, and instructional courses, free paper and poster presentations, and exhibitor workshops as well as in the virtual exhibition and an international community area.
Digital Transformation in an Evolving World
The health and safety of participants, presenters, exhibitors, and organisers is a top priority for ISPO. Therefore, the 18th World Congress will be a digital event. This virtual edition will be the leading worldwide industry event this year, with a focus on "Digital Transformation in an Evolving World". The interdisciplinary programme covers both scientific and clinical advancements, and new information from the prosthetics and orthotics industry.
ISPO 17th World Congress a resounding success
The 17th World Congress of the International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO) was held in Kobe, Japan, from October 5 to 8, 2019. This successful international event drew more than 4,400 participants from around the world, provided a range of learning opportunities, brought together multidisciplinary experts to report their scientific innovations, and showcased global industry solutions to improve mobility and services for people who use prosthetic, orthotic, and other assistive technologies.