As you read this, we will be completing the WCPT General Meeting in Singapore, and turning our thoughts to the opening ceremony of the WCPT Congress 2015, which begins on Friday.
There will be approximately 3,500 people there – and our registration statistics indicate that for around two thirds of them this will be their first WCPT Congress. It's great news that so many new people are discovering the congress, and have the opportunity to profit from its learning and networking opportunities. The profession can only benefit.
For those who can't attend, there are still ways to share in the unique opportunities congress offers over the next few days. You can look at the programme (www.wcpt.org/congress/programme), follow our rolling news updates from congress (www.wcpt.org/congress/articles), follow what's going on Twitter through the #WCPT2015 hashtag and then – when the congress is over – access the dozens of presentations via our website.
Whether you're in Singapore or not, we strongly believe that a WCPT Congress has something to offer everyone.
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