ISCoS 2023 Psychosocial Special Interest Group joint with the European Spinal Psychologist Association (ESPA) Sunday, 8th October 2023
The Psychosocial Special Interest Group (SIG) aims to connect and serve everyone with an interest in psychosocial issues after spinal cord injury – clinicians and users who provide formal and informal psychological and emotional support, and those involved with research. We host free to access webinars and networking meetings in between the ISCoS Annual Meetings. We are keen to connect with people attending the preconference/main ISCoS meeting, and to this end have included as part of your registration an option to share your mobile phone number with us for a Psychosocial SIG Whatsapp group to help with networking during the meeting, possibly arrange social/meals, taxi shares or anything that helps. If your mobile number will change from that on registration whilst you are in the UK please alert a member of the SIG governing panel to this and we will update your number.
The European Spinal Psychologists Association (ESPA) was established in 2005 and has members in over 22 nations. It aims to bring psychologists working in SCI together, to share clinical and psychological practice and promote the highest standards of psychological care, support the development and dissemination of psychological knowledge and facilitate clinical research across nation and culture through providing a collaborative network. ESPA holds a two day scientific conference in Europe every 2 years, which in 2024 will be in Njmegen, Netherlands on the 25th and 26th April – Njmegen, Netherlands – 25th & 26th April 2024 – ESPA (espaspinal.org)
Registration will open soon.
In-person attendance £75.00 (plus 20% VAT)
I look forward to welcoming you to this exciting event.
Dr Jane Duff, Psychosocial SIG Chair