The World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) has announced the academic program for its upcoming virtual Biennial Congress on Sept. 23-25, 2021, held virtually as a result of ongoing international travel restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The WFC has partnered with Parker Seminars to host its event using a state-of-the-art hosting platform. The entire three-day event will also be accessible on-demand to those registering for the congress.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the WFC’s Biennial Congress. Since its inaugural meeting in Toronto back in 1991, chiropractic has advanced around the globe. This year, the 16th Biennial Congress reflects an unprecedented time in history, with COVID-19 acting as a catalyst for inspiration, innovation and opportunity.
The 2021 Biennial Congress will showcase the leading global advances in chiropractic. With contributors from around the globe, the theme of “Chiropractic For A New Normal” will showcase leading contemporary issues, with outstanding keynote speakers, stimulating panel discussions, ground-breaking research and inspirational subject specific content-experts.
Plenary sessions will cover themes of patient-centeredness, inter-professionalism, collaboration, futurism, and adaptation to a new normal. Presenters have been drawn from each of the WFC’s seven world regions and 19 countries are represented by the speaker faculty.
The Congress also constitutes the largest international chiropractic scientific meeting, with researchers from around the world presenting original and published abstracts. For the first time, this Congress will also feature innovative digital poster sessions.
Complete with a virtual exhibition hall, the 2021 WFC Biennial Congress has something for every chiropractor across the entire spectrum of the profession.
For more information and to register, visit wfccongress.org.