Akromah Plaza Hotel
Fee: Flat rate of GHC225.00 with extra GHC 25.00 for those who will pair
Air conditioned rooms
Free 24hr internet access
Twin City Hotel: Standard room GHC 85.00
Ahenfie Hotel: Standard GHC 75.00, Standard Twin GHC 85.00, Twin bed GHC 100.00
GNAT Hall: Two in a room GHC 20.00
16th January- Inauguration and Maiden Meeting for GPA National Council (Venue: Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, Accra)
6th February – NEC meeting (Venue: GPA Headquarters, Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, Accra)
2nd- 4th March- Third GPA Biennial Scientific Conference (Venue: Akroma Plaza, Takoradi-Western Region)
3rd March- Dinner dance and Awards Night (Venue: Akroma Plaza, Takoradi-Western Region)
The scientific review committee wishes to inform you about some modifications that have been made to the theme and call for abstracts of the upcoming scientific conference, and also encourage you to submit abstracts for oral or postal presentations at the conference. The modifications were necessary to broaden the scope of the theme and also encourage submission of abstracts from all physiotherapy clinical areas.
Please find attached the call for abstracts, containing all necessary details about the scientific conference and submission of abstracts. Deadline for abstract submission is 20th January, 2016. Physiotherapists are encouraged to submit as many abstracts as possible.
We sincerely apologize for the delay and any inconvenience caused. Thank you.
(Member, Scientific review committee).
After many months of deliberations and planning, the first ever Annual Physiotherapy Public Lecture (APPL) in Ghana came on at the British Council Hall, Accra, on the 5th of November 2015.
The APPL is a public health initiative of the Ghana Physiotherapy Association (GPA) with the aim of educating the general public on a carefully-selected topic that borders on our health and the significant role Physiotherapy plays in managing it. It specifically seeks to throw more light on areas which otherwise have received poor publicity in terms of its relation with Physiotherapy. In simple words, conditions that people do not know or have less knowledge on how Physiotherapy can intervene.