NSpine: Catch the educational content here


Unable to attend the NSpine Main Conference this year? Want to re-watch the latest educational content?

Spinal News International is partnering with NSpine to offer live and on-demand coverage of the course right here, from Monday 12 June. The world’s most comprehensive spine review course, this year’s NSpine meeting will offer in-depth educational content for spinal specialists from surgeons to physiotherapists to veterinarians.

Since 2013, NSpine has pioneered the extended multidisciplinary concept. Lectures will take the form of 20 minute keynote talks focusing on the practical aspects of clinical problem-solving. Unconventional morning keynote lectures are designed to supplement the experience. Featuring a faculty of over 200 speakers, the course will offer delegates some 300 lectures.

For those who are unable to make the meeting itself—which takes place at the Royal College of Surgeons, London, UK, from the 12–15 June—Spinal News International will be sharing a free live stream of Lecture Theatre 1. Following the meeting, the videos will be available on-demand on our website, 24 hours a day, from anywhere in the world.

Spinal News International will be offering a FREE live stream of all of the talks taking place in Lecture Theatre 1, from 8.45am BST Monday 12 June to 5pm BST Thursday 15 June. This includes educational content on spinal tumours, sex and the spine, lumbar and cervical arthroplasty,spinal cord injury and more.

Click here for a PDF of the live streaming programme.

If you would like to watch talks from the other seven rooms—including lectures on spinal deformity, paediatric spine, endoscopy, trauma and even vetinary spine—you can buy access to these resources—live and on-demand—from NSpine here

Director and course chairman, Bronek Boszczyk, told Spinal News International, “NSpine content is designed as the event I would want to attend.” This year’s course will cover a wide-range of topics in a multidisciplinary manner, including spinal paediatrics, spinal deformity, spinal tumours, spinal trauma, spinal microsurgery and endoscopy, craniofacial trauma and spine, sex and spinal surgery, and complex cervical spine.

The course will, for the second time, host the GSpine Emerging Technology sessions, which will offer expert insight on the latest in spinal devices from engineers in the field.

The European Association of Neurosurgical Societies (EANS), BioSpine, the Society for Lateral Access Surgery (SOLAS), and other groups will be hosting collaborative lectures at the meeting, offering specialist guidance from expert faculty.

As well as scientific education, NSpine will provide delegates with sessions devoted to issues outside of surgery itself. Sessions will probe the challenges faced by spinal surgeons in developing countries, and the intricacies of the medicolegal issues in spinal practice.

From the 12th June, visit spinalnewsinternational.com/education to view the educational videos of the course.