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BAS Annual General Meeting,
Online

27th November 2020 15:30 - 16:00


AGENDA
- BAS Rum Feedback
- BAS Student Prizes
- BAS Seed Fund & Special Award
- BAS Conference Support Fund
- Financial Report
- Newcastle Conference
 
 
To register for the AGM (you must be a member and register for the event): Click HERE

BAS International Conference,
Newcastle University

8-10th September 2021



Due to the ongoing situation with Coronavirus, BAS and our conference organising team at Newcastle University have made the difficult but necessary decision to postpone this year's BAS International Conference (originally planned for September 2020).  It will now be held on Wednesday 8th, Thursday 9th and Friday 10th September 2021.

If you have submitted an abstract for the conference, the organising committee should already have been in touch about next steps, but if for some reason, you have not received such an email, please contact aphasia@ncl.ac.uk.

For further updates about this event, please keep an eye on the BAS website, mailing list and Twitter announcements, or if you have any questions, please email: aphasia@ncl.ac.uk




 



 

UK Stroke Forum 2020,
Virtual meeting

Monday to Wednesday 7-9th December




              
 

Registration:
Opening Wednesday 9th September 2020
Early bird registration Friday 16th October 2020
Pre-event registration closes on 7 December 2020 at 9.00am. After this time delegates can still register during the conference for the full fee of £45 (member) or £55 (non-member)
 
Programme:
Announced online 8th September 2020
 
The website link: https://www.stroke.org.uk/professionals/uk-stroke-forum.
 
Whether you've been to every UK Stroke Forum Conference or this is your first year, we hope you will want to want you to be part of it. This year, 1200 healthcare professionals are expected to join online to learn the latest updates in stroke research and service development, so don't miss your opportunity to be there. Submit an abstract now at www.stroke.org.uk/uk-stroke-forum