CPISRA Conference 2021
2021 CPISRA Conference on Physical Activity and Health for People with Cerebral Palsy or Acquired Brain Injury
8th – 11th December 2021
Delivered in partnership with Disability Sport Australia and the Cerebral Palsy Foundation
To register your place at the conference click on the button below and take advantage of the early bird offer.
Click the link above for the dedicated CPISRA Conference website which has all the up to date information on registrations, abstracts and programme.
Due to the ongoing uncertainty regarding COVID-19 and the associated restrictions to international travel in 2021, the CPISRA International Conference on Physical Activity and Health for People with Cerebral Palsy or Acquired Brain Injury (2021 CPISRA International Conference) is going virtual from 8 -11 December 2021.
CPISRA, Disability Sports Australia, the Cerebral Palsy Foundation and conference partners are enthusiastic that by hosting the conference online we will be able to increase the accessibility to the conference overall, and will have even more engagement and discussions than originally hoped.
The 2021 CPISRA Conference will be the first of its kind. Delegates from around the globe will discuss understanding of cerebral palsy and acquired brain injury, sports science, health and social science, and participation and performance through a combination of keynote lectures, seminars and workshops. This blending of minds will provide a forum of knowledge exchange and enhance interaction between the various experts in the unique, interdisciplinary area of adapted physical activity and sport for individuals with cerebral palsy and acquired brain injury.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN! We invite you to consider a submission of a free paper or poster. We invite submissions for research-based papers and posters and also invite sports and health practitioners and organisations to submit abstracts relating to the policy, practical or clinical considerations of physical activity, exercise and sport in individuals with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or related conditions. More information and the submission platform can be found here.