Commonwealth Games Federation support for triennial conference

09 Jul 2013

The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has announced its support for our flagship international triennial conference, Advancing Excellence in Healthcare 2014.

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The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has announced its support for our flagship international triennial conference, Advancing Excellence in Healthcare 2014.

The conference, which takes place in Glasgow ahead of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, incorporates eight symposia running in parallel over two days. A theme of sport and exercise medicine will run through the conference.

Chair of the CGF Medical Commission, Tan Sri Dr M Jegathesan said:

"The Commonwealth Games Federation supports the efforts of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow in organising this years’ conference to incorporate the essence of medicine’s contribution to sport , in general and in particular with reference to the upcoming 17th Commonwealth Games."

"Indeed we look forward to a close collaboration with the medical fraternity in Scotland and in Glasgow in ensuring the optimal medical and public health support to all members of the Commonwealth Games Family."

Conference Director, Dr Robin Northcote said:

"We are delighted to have the support of the Commonwealth Games Federation for our flagship international triennial conference."

"Advancing Excellence in Healthcare 2014 will welcome world leaders in the field of medicine, surgery, dentistry, travel medicine and podiatric medicine to Glasgow and is testament to the calibre and international influence of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. We are pleased to have the significance of this event recognised by the Commonwealth Games Federation."

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