Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy 57th Annual Scientific Conference & AGM

The Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy since 1959 has always organized Her Annual Scientific Conferences and Annual General Meetings (AGMs).

​The first General Meeting of the Society was held on 28th November, 1959 in Lagos at 8 Club Road Ikoyi, Mrs M. E. Archer’s home, a Physiotherapist in private practice. For twenty five years, meetings of the NSP have held in various regions of the country from the West (Ife 1978) to the East (Enugu 1979) and North (Zaria 1977). The society is recognised by the Federal Government and other Regional Governments. It is the only body that has the power to negotiate with the governments.

Theme: Challenges of Universal health coverage : The Physiotherapist as a Primary health care Provider

​Sub-theme: Implementation of the national health policy: A case for community based rehabilitation and reintegration of persons with disability

Role of Physiotherapy in Prevention of non-communicable disease

Venue: Akanu Ibiam International Conference Center, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State.

Event Website: CLICK HERE

Date: 22nd – 28th Oct. 2017

Late Bird (August -Oct 15 2017)

Physiotherapist: 25,000.00

Intern/Corper physiotherapist: 12,500.00

Student Physiotherapist: 5,000.00

Onsite Registration (22nd Oct)

Physiotherapist:  30,000.00

Intern: 15,000.00

Corpers/Student Physiotherapist: 5,000.00

NOTE:​

Please use the following account number for payment of registration fee:

Bank name: UBA PLC.

Account name: Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy.

Account number – 1004278154.

SIGNED:​

Dr Adamu Ahmad Rufai

Chairman, NSP Education committee

Email: nspeducationcommittee@gmail.com

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