14 - 17 May 2024 OTWorld
28/02/2024 OTWorld

New Features at the OTWorld 2024 World Congress

The next edition of the world congress offers several new features. These include a tailored training programme for medical supply store staff and a selection of practical workshops each day giving examples for patient treatment. In addition, programme selection has been simplified using take-home messages.

The world congress offers a wide range of workshops each day which are highly relevant to the practical everyday work of all journeymen and master craftspeople who are prepared to exchange their workbench for a conference room. At the workshops, examples of treatment in prosthetics, orthotics, orthopaedic footwear technology and lymphology will be demonstrated. The one-hour sessions include discussions on specific patient cases and participants can take part in practical exercises. The main focus is on a high degree of practical relevance.

For the first time, a tailor-made educational programme is being offered specifically for medical supply store staff under the professional direction of the German Association of Orthopaedic Technology (BIV-OT). The broad spectrum of treatment and care in medical supply stores will be illustrated in seven workshops on different topics.

For the first time, OTWorld is integrating all workshops into the world congress programme. This helps to make the educational sessions even more practical. Visitors can benefit from the added value of learning about applications they can use in everyday care and treatments.

To make it easier for attendees to find their way around the congress programme, there will be short take-home messages on the most important topics for the first time this year. Visitors can then clearly identify the expected benefits of each session, making it easier to compile a personal list of sessions to attend.

The discounted early-bird price for full and day tickets for the world congress, including admission to the international trade show, will be valid until 31 March 2024. To the ticket shop

Leipziger Messe, Martin Klindtworth
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