When and where are the 2020 Conferences?
Our three-day conference will take place from Monday 7 December to Wednesday 9 December 2020. Check back soon for the location.
Our Northern Ireland Stroke Conference will take place on Tuesday 9 June 2020 at the Crowne Plaza, Shaws Bridge, Belfast. Visit the Crowne Plaza website for information about the venue.
UKSF in Numbers
UKSF18 - our 3-day conference in Telford
Our Northern Ireland Conference 2018
Who puts the conference programme together?
The UK Stroke Forum Steering Group members shape and direct the activities of the Forum, and meet approximately three times a year.
It's the Conference Scientific Programme Committee’s role is to develop the programme and content of the annual conference.
If you would like to be part of one of our Committees, please email a member of the UKSF team on firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I register for the conferences?
Registration for both the UK Stroke Forum conference and Northern Ireland Stroke Conference will open soon. Sign up to our mailing list for further updates.
How do I qualify for discounted registration fees?
Discounted registration fees are available for any healthcare professional who is a member of a UK Stroke Forum coalition organisation. For example: if you are a member of The British Association of Stroke Physicians or the National Stroke Nursing Forum, you will qualify. Discounted fees are also available for employees, members and associates of coalition organisations which you can find on our main conference page
What happens if I need to cancel or check terms and conditions?
Are there any social events?
As part of our three-day conference in December, our UKSF annual conference dinner will take place. This includes a drinks reception, three-course meal, and quality themed entertainment, creating great opportunities to network the night away! More details about this event will be released soon.
Can my organisation become a member of the UK Stroke Forum?
We are always keen to hear from organisations that share in our aim to improve stroke care, by promoting multidisciplinary stroke research and education amongst healthcare professionals. If you would like to inform us of your organisation’s interest in joining the coalition, please contact email@example.com
Can I become a member of the UK Stroke Forum?
The UK Stroke Forum does not offer membership to individuals but encourages them to become a member of one of the coalition organisations. Depending on your interests or professional background, membership is currently available with a number of coalition organisations - a list of UK Stroke Forum coalition organisations can be found on our UKSF page.
By becoming a member of any of the coalition organisations, not only will you receive their standard membership benefits but you will be entitled to discounted rates to the annual UK Stroke Forum Conference.