Events

Optimizing Dancer Potential” Webinar Series: Foot and Ankle Injuries in Ballet, Contemporary and Chinese dancers

Date/time: 27 January 2021 (Wednesday) 6pm - 7pm (HKT)

Free event, conducted in English

Details and registration: https://bit.ly/3931Mep

While foot and ankle injuries are the most common dance injuries, dancers of different dance genres often vary in their ways of utilizing the foot and ankle region and may therefore reveal different injury patterns. A recent research study on this topic has been conducted by the Academy together with the Dance Research Clinic of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). In next week’s free webinar, fourth in the webinar series, Dr Jojo Lai from the Hospital Authority and Hong Kong Association of Dance Medicine and Science, will be joined by Dr Samuel Ling (CUHK Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics & Traumatology, Honorary Associate Consultant / Head of Foot & Ankle Team at Prince of Wales Hospital) to share the research findings as well as related knowledge of dance medicine.

CUHK DANCE MEDICINE
RESEARCH SUMMIT 2021
"SCIENCE STRENGTHENS THE ART"

Date: early-2021 

The 3-day research summit is to build a platform to exchange ideas and develop a basis for collaboration in the future.

The main themes will be:

·         Strategies for promoting Dance Medicine

·         Screening and Assessment Tools for Dancers

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IADMS 31st Annual Conference | Dever, Colorado, U.S.A| 7-10 Oct 2021

CANCELED - IADMS 30th Annual Conference | Chiba, Japan | 22-25 Oct 2020

IADMS 30th Annual Conference [CANCELLED]

The IADMS 30th Annual Conference in Chiba, Japan has been CANCELLED.

 

Due to the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) has created a global public health care crisis over the past several weeks, the IADMS Board has made the heart-breaking decision not to hold the 30th Annual Conference scheduled for this October in Chiba, Japan. This decision was made, first and foremost, with the health and safety of our members and community in mind.

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We look forward to seeing you at our next yet-to-be-announced event and Mark Your Calendars for the

IADMS 31st Annual Conference
Denver, Colorado, USA
October 7-10, 2021

Dept of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Faculty of Medicine CUHK

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