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6th Annual National CRPS Conference

2020-10-27

Sunday, November 15, 2020 @ 09:30 16:30 GMT

Burning Nights CRPS Support announces our next annual national Complex Regional Pain Syndrome conference for 2020!

This year will be the 6th annual CRPS conference that the charity has run and this year it will be held on Sunday 15th November 2020.

*UPDATE*

Due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and the UK Government guidelines relating to large gatherings and conferences. Our 6th Annual National CRPS Conference is now being held ONLINE rather than at the DoubleTree Hilton, Chester.

6th Annual National CRPS Conference - now being held online due to the coronavirus pandemic and the guidelines for large groups and conferences

The annual CRPS conference is aimed at patients living with complex regional pain syndrome, their families and friends to help give them support and to help their understanding of the condition, treatment options and more.

The annual conference is also available to health and legal professionals, however in the first instance it is for the support of CRPS patients, their families and friends.

This year our CRPS conference is being held on SUNDAY 15 NOVEMBER 2020 and will now be held ONLINE.

Have you already booked hotel rooms?

Have you already booked your hotel room at the DoubleTree Hilton in Chester for this year’s 2020 conference? If so we have moved our Chester conference to 2021 to Sunday 21st November 2021. You can contact the hotel direct and ask them to move your booking to next year, which they have said they will do free of charge.

Check out last year’s 2019 CRPS conference

Watch our brief 5 minute highlight video of what went on during our last year’s 5th Annual National CRPS Conference which was held in Bristol that took place on 2nd November 2019.

 

 

Here are all the necessary details that you’ll need for this year’s 2020 annual national CRPS conference:

6th Annual CRPS Conference Details

DATE:

Sunday 15th November 2020

TIME:

9.30am – 4.30pm

Sign in and online networking will start from 09.00am and the speakers will start at 9.30am. We will be finished around 4.30pm. However, you’re able to sign in and out as you wish.

COST:

FREE! However to enable the charity to keep these annual conferences and our other services free of charge please feel free to make a small donation. Every penny and pound counts to our charity.

WHERE:

ONLINE on ZOOM – Please click on the BLUE link belowHow To Get Your Tickets“. You need to complete the registration form and then you will be sent an automatic email from Zoom with the necessary joining instructions.

We have had to change from being held at Chester to online for this year’s annual conference to an online virtual conference, due to the coronavirus pandemic and the government guidelines for large groups and conferences. This year’s event will now be online via Zoom.

LUNCH & BREAKS:

There will be a 1 hour break during the day for lunch. There will also be 2 breaks during the day when you can ‘chat’ with others attending the conference.

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How To Get Your Tickets

We now have more places for our very popular annual national CRPS conference, so sign up for your FREE tickets today!

  • Click on the BLUE registration link below
  • This will take you to a short registration form on Zoom
  • Please complete the short form and click on the orange ‘register’ button
  • You will then receive an automatic email from Zoom giving you the necessary information to sign in on the day

We ask that you check your spam/junk folder for our email as well as in your inbox. Please look for the subject of ‘6th Annual National CRPS Conference’ and the email itself will contain the tickets you have ordered. Therefore please check the email address you type in the RSVP box below.

As it is online, if you are registering for tickets for family members or colleagues who are not going to be with you on the day of the conference, please put name and email of each person who wish to attend.

If you decide after you’ve ordered your tickets that you no longer want to go please contact us as soon as possible because we will have many people on our cancellation list.

SPONSORSHIP & ADVERTISING

We have a small number of sponsorship and advertising opportunities starting at £125 for this year’s virtual online CRPS conference.

There’ll be up to 500 attendees and depending on the sponsorship opportunity you choose you could have your company’s name and details posted on our social media channels which we have approximately 48,000 followers!

Interested? Contact either Victoria or Laura on fundraise@burningnightscrps.org

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Speakers at 6th Annual National Conference

Our line up of speakers has not yet been finalised. However our speakers will always have working knowledge of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, living with CRPS or disability due to CRPS.

Steven Akerman, Personal Injury Solicitor, Brian Barr’s Solicitors, Manchester

A solicitor from Brian Barr’s solicitors will be giving a talk on CRPS and the Law.

Gary Lord, Welfare Rights Advisor – Overview of Benefits

Gary is a welfare rights advisor from the Disability Information Bureau, Macclesfield giving an overview of the the types of benefits available, their general eligibility, application process, factors to consider and which benefits may apply to younger people, people in retirement, children and carers.

Dr Charlie Vivian - 6th annual CRPS conference

Dr Charlie Vivian – Occupational Therapist ‘The Challenges of Working with CRPS’

Rory McMillen – Real Health Pain Management ‘Chipping Away At Pain’

Chris Edwards – Motability ‘Overview of the Motability Scheme’

Chris Marshall – VELA Chairs

“VELA Activity Chairs are the perfect solution for anyone wanting to promote independence in School, College, University or at Home. To try one of the chairs please feel free to contact Chris.”

Dr Ashish Gulve – Consultant in neuromodulation – ‘CRPS treatments including neuromodulation

CRPS Patient and Carer – Speaker

We are looking for a CRPS patient or a family member of a CRPS patient who would be williing to share their story like Stu, Maya and Petra did at our 2019 conference.

If you’d be interested in sharing your CRPS journey please contact us and let us know about you and your story you’d like to share.

Join us at the Burning Nights CRPS Support 6th Annual National CRPS Conference at the DoubleTree Hilton Chester on Sunday 15th November 2020

After completing the registration form, you will be sent the joining instructions by email. Please check your Junk/Spam folder for the registration form and joining instructions.

Interested in joining us for our 6th annual national CRPS conference? Have any questions or you can contact us by email, phone or on social media. If you want to register for your FREE tickets then please click on the BLUE button above!

If you would like to make a donation to enable us to keep our annual conference and our other services running free of charge please click on the donate button below.

See’ You At Our 6th Annual Conference!

We look forward to ‘meeting’ you all for our 6th Annual National Burning Nights CRPS Support Conference on Sunday 15th November 2020! Don’t forget to share our CRPS conference on social media using the sharing buttons below!

Let’s Spread Awareness of CRPS!

Written: 04/02/2020

Last Updated: 12/10/2020

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Victoria Abbott-Fleming

01663 795055

www.burningnightscrps.org

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United Kingdom

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19 people are attending 6th Annual National CRPS Conference

Kelly McCartney Kerry Annable Stu Thomas Tracey Nealis Jo O'Callaghan Wendy denton Pam Lynam Jane walker Jennifer clegg Angela Presnell Richard Davies Barbara Pickard Emma Dolling Linda Rosenthal john stoddart Jerissa Bluemer CHARLOTTE MURPHY Wendy Letton Ranj Khaffaf

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