Annual Meeting of the Clinical Movement Analysis Society – CMAS 2023 LONDON

Welcome to CMAS 2023

Annual Meeting Theme: Thinking outside the box – exploring assumptions in movement analysis

London April 27th-28th, 2023

Thank you for your interest in the 2023 Annual Meeting of the Clinical Movement Analysis Society (CMAS) hosted by the London laboratories, One Small Step, RNOH Motor Learning Lab & Rhoehampton

The meeting will consist of an exciting programme including high level key note speakers, free papers, case studies, and the CMAS AGM.

Attendees of CMAS meetings are professionals from a wide variety of backgrounds including but not limited to Clinical Scientists, Physiotherapists, Orthopaedic Surgeons, and Biomechanists. These experts will be brought together to advance scientific knowledge and clinical practice in the field of clinical motion analysis with the purpose of improving outcomes for people with movement disorders.

CMAS is pleased to welcome exhibitors for the 2023 CMAS Annual Meeting. Our exhibitors are able to provide a wealth of knowledge and experience relating to the complex biomechanical equipment required for measuring movement.
Exhibitors will be able to be on site to give presentations and to answer questions regarding their equipment.

Exhibitors who wish to sponsor the meeting please get in touch via onesmallstp.gaitlab@nhs.net

We look forward to seeing you at CMAS 2023

Key dates:

  • October 01, 2022

    Abstract submission opens

  • February 17, 2023

    Abstract submission closes

  • March 10th, 2023

    Early bird registration ends

  • March 3rd, 2023

    Authors notified of acceptance

  • April 24th 2023

    Last day for Booking

  • April 27th – 28th, 2023

    CMAS Annual Meeting

Event Program – To be comfirmed

Call For Abstracts

The key dates are as follows:

October 01, 2022- Abstract submission opens
February 17, 2023 – Abstract submission closes
March 10th, 2023 – Authors notified of acceptance.

We look forward to receiving your abstracts for both free papers and case studies. Please download the templates for submission guidelines:

Venue Details

All daytime conference sessions will be hosted at Coin Street Neighbourhood centre it is easily accessible by public transport.
Getting There

Tube
Waterloo (Bakerloo, Jubilee and Northern lines) 5 minutes walkSouthwark (Jubilee line) 7 minutes walk
Blackfriars (Circle and District lines) 5 minutes walk

Bus
Waterloo Station: 1, 4, 26, 59, 68, 76, 77, 139, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 211, 243, 341, 381, 507, 521
Blackfriars Bridge: 45, 63, 100
Stamford Street: 381

Train
Blackfriars, Waterloo or Waterloo East

Bike
Bike racks are available for public use directly outside of the centre

Boat
Blackfriars Millennium pier or Festival pier.

Car
Whilst we encourage travel by public transport, there is secure underground car parking adjacent to the centre.

Evening Social Event

Dinner will be served at the Old Brewery Pub in Greenwich on April 27th at 7:00pm

The fastest and most scenic route there is via the Clipper/Uber boats

They leave from festival pier just a short walk from the Coin Street venue, the boats work just like the underground, and you can use a contactless payment card to board. The organising committee will be around to help you if you’re not sure.

The venue is booked from 5:30pm and we recommend heading down to Greenwich and enjoying the park or a drink in the pub

Old Brewery | Young’s brewery pub in Greenwich, SE London (oldbrewerygreenwich.com)

Purchase Tickets

Buy your tickets for this event online. You will get a digital copy of your ticket and booking confirmation sent to you via email.

Organising Committee

Jonathan Noble

Principal Clinical Scientist

Deputy Manager

One Small Step Gait Laboratory

Guy’s Hospital

Olivia McVeigh-Mellor

Motor Learning Lab Technician

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

Roisin Delaney

Physiotherapist

Motor Learning Lab

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

Sarah Taylor

Clinical Scientist

Queen Marys Hospital

Adam Shortland

Consultant Clinical Scientist
Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Stephanie Graham

Clinical Scientist

One Small Step Gait Laboratory

Guy’s Hospital

Matt Thornton

Physiotherapist, Lab Manager

Motor Learning Lab

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

Event Exhibitors

 
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