The ALA and the ILF warmly invite you to the very first Asia Pacific Lymphology Conference, to be held from the 26th to the 28th May, 2016 in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. Although Darwin is now a modern cosmopolitan city, it retains the feel of a frontier town with a strong touch of the Asia/Pacific. Darwin has long been called Australia’s Asian Gateway – which is why it has been chosen for the first joint ALA and ILF conference. The ILF has not held a conference in the southern hemisphere before, and by choosing Darwin and Australia, it aims to strengthen its existing links in the Asia Pacific region.
The theme “New Networks – New Solutions” reflects the coming together of the two organisations, the northern and southern hemispheres, and the East and the West.
Join us in this new territory as we share stimulating ideas, new research and innovative solutions to the many issues faced by health practitioners who treat people with lymphatic dysfunction.
The Scientific Committee are working to provide an innovative, thought provoking and quality three day Conference program. In addition to the highly successful workshops and papers of the past, we are looking forward to a number of interactive and lively panel debates around contemporary issues.
Organising Committee Convenor
For more details visit the conference website at: www.2016asiapacificlymphologyconference.com