Please join The Edinburgh LecturesThis year marks the eleventh edition of The Edinburgh Lectures, an annual seminar series designed to educate, empower and inspire Chiropractors and their teams to better serve their communities. This year’s event will take place on the weekend of 9-11 June 2017 at The Norton House Hotel, on the outskirts of Edinburgh.
As with every seminar weekend at The Edinburgh Lectures, the science, art and philosophy of Chiropractic will be shared from our stage by inspirational Chiropractic experts from across the UK and the wider Chiropractic global community. Each individual message will help you reignite your passion, refocus your purpose and inspire you to be the change you wish to see in the world.
This year's seminar is titled Principles of Practice Success and as always we welcome many Chiropractic superstars. The weekend kicks off with our stand alone, one-day intensive seminar with internationally-renowned chiropractic neurology expert, Dr John Minardi. Our weekend speakers include chiropractic neurologist, Dr Michael Hall, Chiropractic paediatric specialists, Dr Dorte Bladt and Dr Jeanne Ohm, communication superstars Dr Brad Glowaki, Dr Mike Reid, Dr Jeri Anderson and Dr Tony Croke, technique and philosophy guru, Dr Tim Young and stress and lifestyle expert, Dr Joe-James Tilley.
We are delighted to welcome as our keynote speaker, best-selling author Mr Matthew Syed. As a feature writer for The Times newspaper, Matthew writes regularly on sport, politics and culture as well as appearing as an analyst for the BBC, Sky News and CNN. A triple Commonweath Games Gold Medallist in Table Tennis, he has written the highly acclaimed books Bounce and Black Box Thinking in which he analyses the science of high performance and how individuals and organisations are using it to gain the competitive edge and continually drive greater success. It is an honour to welcome him to our stage!
Together with the CA training programme on the Saturday afternoon, the Friday seminar and weekend conference offer up to 18 hours of world-class CPD credits.
Our Saturday night Ceilidh, or Scottish Dinner/Dance (ticket included with registration), is a time to connect with friends and enjoy an evening celebrating all that is good about our profession.
Please stay connected to us via our Facebook page where up-to-date information will be posted.
Supersaver booking (31st March 2017) and team discounts mean it could not be easier to register and bring your teams to be inspired!
The Edinburgh Lectures is a non-profit organisation and any profits from the event will be put towards the setting up of a new principled and vitalistic Chiropractic degree programme in the UK, The Scotland College of Chiropractic, which was launched last year.
We look forward to welcoming you to Edinburgh in June.
Ross McDonald, DC & Rebecca Vickery, DC
The Edinburgh Lectures