CPISRA, the Cerebral Palsy Foundation and Disability Sport Australia are thrilled to announce the inaugural CPISRA Conference on Physical Activity and Health for People with Cerebral Palsy or Acquired Brain Injury. This unique and exciting conference will take place at the University of Sydney from the 4th to the 6th December 2020.
This conference aims to bridge the gap between academic research and practical application and promote the benefits of sport and active recreation for people with cerebral palsy and acquired brain injury. Combining expert talks with practical workshops, academics, healthcare professionals, sport experts and families and individuals will come together to share and exchange knowledge and understanding in this growing and ever-changing field.
CPISRA President Peter Drysdale said: “CPISRA is delighted that our new inter-disciplinary research conference will be launched in Australia and hosted by Disability Sport Australia and University of Sydney. Australia is a world leader in physical activity and sport related research for people with Cerebral Palsy and Acquired Brain Injury and we look forward immensely to the international knowledge exchange and collaboration opportunities this inaugural conference will provide.”
Save the date and keep an eye out for the call for papers in January 2020 and registrations opening in March 2020. Add your name to the Expression of Interest form here. See you there!