UKIO conference’s New Year discount ending soon

Registration for the UK's largest imaging and oncology conference, UKIO, has opened, with an extra 10 per cent off bookings until 9 January

Published: 08 January 2024 Event News

The United Kingdom Imaging and Oncology (UKIO) congress, taking place in Liverpool in June 2024, has put out the final call for attendees interested in getting early-bird rates.

The conference’s New Year sale, which grants an extra 10 per cent off tickets, means that full attendance and access to three days of education and continuing professional development will start from £67.50.

UKIO 2024, the “Vision and values: Putting people first” conference, will take place on 10-12 June at the ACC Liverpool.

Patient voice and workforce wellbeing

It provides practice-based content for a multidisciplinary audience to join up with like-minded professionals for up to three days, and a large professional exhibition of the latest equipment, services and technology.

This year’s programme will focus on people, with more opportunity to hear the patient voice and content based on workforce wellbeing.

It will also include refresher-based clinical sessions, hands-on and case-based workshops, a research hub, dedicated sessions on pitching projects and presenting for the first time, sessions on innovation, technology and service delivery from industry partners, and a full day of sessions aimed at students on the Wednesday, which will be free to attend.

Moreover, the event is still taking abstract submissions to be considered for presentation. Imaging and oncology research papers, scientific presentations, case studies and audits on clinical practice, education or research will all be considered until 11 February. 

Speaker highlight

The first speaker highlight for the conference has also been announced.

Dr John Stephens is a GP who is passionate about raising awareness of advances in stroke medicine, and has addressed the Houses of Parliament about the economic and personal benefits of thrombectomy in acute ischaemic stroke (AIS). He is also the patient and public voice representative on the National Thrombectomy Implementation Group. Dr Stephens will be speaking at UKIO in a neurology session about his own experience with AIS after suffering from a stroke two years ago, and the thrombectomy pathway.

The UKIO congress is an amalgamation of the UK Radiological Congress and the UK Radiation Oncology Conference that first ran in 2019, and is organised by the Radiology Oncology Congresses, a charitable partnership of the British Institute of Radiology, the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine and the College of Radiographers.

Find out more andbook your tickets here. 

(Image: UKIO 2023, via Eva Slusarek)