Upper limb nerve lesion
Dear Friends & colleagues,
We are delighted to invite you to the upcoming Spring congress of the Belgian HandGroup on Upper limb
Nerve Lesion, which will take place on 01 June 23 in the beautiful Louvain House (Louvain La Neuve).
Why a Thursday evening?
World is changing!
Holding a congress on a Thursday evening is we hope a great way to improve the respect of the private life of
attendees. By scheduling the event in the evening, it allows individuals to attend after their regular work hours
and minimizes the impact on their personal time. Additionally, holding the congress on a weeknight rather than
a weekend means that people are less likely to have prior commitments such as family activities or weekend
Overall, holding a congress on a Thursday evening is a considerate and practical way to ensure that we can
increase the attendees especially in the young generation. By taking into account the demands of work and
personal schedules, we hope that it helps to create a more inclusive and accommodating environment for all
participants and given new prospects for scientific society .
The congress is dedicated to exploring the latest advances in peripheral nerve lesion diagnosis, treatment and
rehabilitation. Our goal is to bring together surgeons & physiotherapists to exchange ideas, share their
experiences and foster collaboration between each of us.
The program includes a series of keynote speeches and panel discussions, as well as opportunities for
networking and interactive sessions. The topics covered in the congress will be of great interest to anyone
working in the fields of hand/upper limb surgery, rehabilitation, and related disciplines.
We are confident that you will find the congress to be an inspiring and thought-provoking experience, and we
look forward to welcoming you in Louvain la Neuve.
The program is still under construction.
We will conclude by enjoying a reception with walking dinner.
Accreditation will be requested for the meeting.
We hope to see you there!
Pr. Olivier BARBIER & Pr. Ilse DEGREEF & Pr. Xavier LIBOUTON
Organizing Committee of the Upper Limb Nerve Lesion Congress