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ISPO 2015


The ISPO World Congress is the only interdisciplinary event for Orthopaedic, Prosthetics, Orthotics and Rehabilitation professions. Set to take place on 22-25 June 2015 in Lyon (France), the congress’ 15th edition will gather representatives from around the world under the theme


AIM: Assessment, Integration & Mobility.


By participating in this unique high level congress and tradeshow, you will not only learn and exchange ideas but importantly, contribute to making tomorrow’s world more inclusive and sustainable.


Think beyond your borders and play your part in making the world a better place. More information is available at www.ispo2015.org


ISPO Research Grant Awarded

ISPO Australia is delighted to announce the 4th ISPO Australia Research Grant has been awarded to Ms Heather Batten, of the Princess Alexandra Hospital and University of Queensland.

Ms Batten’s research will explore “Walking speed as an indicator of prosthetic walking potential following lower limb amputation”.  

The ISPO Research Grant is awarded biennially and was established with the aim to improve research quality, strengthen the evidence supporting treatment and build the skills of early career researchers.

ISPO Australia would like to congratulate Ms Batten and her colleagues on this wonderful achievement. We wish them well and look forward to hearing how the project progresses over the next two years.