Courses & Lectures

Introduction to Clinical Gait Analysis: CPD course

The University of Strathclyde’s Biomedical Engineering Department has launched a new online course on clinical gait analysis course. Organised over four blocks (roughly 3 hours per week), it features clinical case studies, quizzes and forums and covers low cost technology as well as gait laboratories and aims to improve understanding of gait impairments and how to measure them in a clinical environment. 
There is NO EXPECTATION of existing knowledge of biomechanics or gait analysis.

For more information and to book a place click here or email Andy Kerr ([email protected])


3rd UK Stroke Research Workshop (11-12 September 2019) 

Chancellors Hotel and Conference Centre in Manchester

The workshop promises to be a very exciting two days with an outstanding programme featuring leading national and international speakers. It also provides a great opportunity for exchanging ideas between experienced stroke specialists and early career researchers. The programme includes updates on the latest stroke research including sessions on brain haemorrhage, psychological and cognitive consequences of stroke, stroke prevention, blood brain barrier and small vessel stroke, stroke recovery, and the microbiome and stroke, as well as a special session targeted at trainees on navigating the research pathway. A more detailed programme is available on the website link below.

Registration is now open. Deadline for registration is 23 August 2019. Places for the meeting are limited so delegates are advised to register early.

Bursaries: There are fully funded (including travel and accommodation and registration) medical student bursaries – see website link for more details; these close on 9 June 2019. Any queries and submissions should be sent to [email protected]

Abstracts: We encourage participants to submit their work as an abstract. There are a large number of slots for submitted oral abstracts as well as for posters. Please submit abstracts of no more than 400 words by 12 July 2019 to [email protected]

For further details, including registration, please click here: