The preliminary programme for NSpine (12-15 June; London, UK) has been published online.
The programme features sessions from BioSpine, the European Journal of Spine and EANS, as well as sessions focusing on conservative approaches, deformity, endoscopy, paediatric spine, trauma, sexual health, medicolegal issues and sports. NSpine will also feature a number of cadaver labs, as well as hands-on opportunities to engage with new technologies such as augmented reality.
NSpine has attracted 170 faculty speakers, from countries including USA, Canada, South Africa, India, France, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Nigeria, Switzerland, Finland, Poland, Sweden, Belgium, Spain, Netherlands, Singapore and Hungary.
The preliminary online programme can be viewed in detail here.