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Concordia Conference 2020 – NEARLY SOLD OUT – BE QUICK!
Concordia: n (origin Latin) concurrence in attitudes, accord, mutual agreement, harmony – “with one heart”
The Australian Chiropractic College is pleased to initiate a new vision, and a new beginning for the chiropractic profession in this country.
Australia’s first Concordia Conference brings chiropractic practice, philosophy, research and education together… with one heart.
Don’t miss your chance to come together to celebrate Australia’s first Concordia Conference with colleagues from all over the world, listen to an amazing line up of international and Australian speakers and share insights and learning with your professional colleagues.
Registration from 7.30am for 8.30am commencement. Concludes at 5.30pm. A detailed schedule will be provided soon.
PLEASE NOTE: We apologise but due to unforeseen circumstances, Dr Guy Riekeman is unable to attend Concordia 2020. Dr Rob Scott, President Life University, will appear for Dr Riekeman this year. We welcome Dr Scott and look forward to his presentation.
Speakers confirmed – more to follow!
Dr Bruce Lipton PhD – Stem cell biologist, bestselling author of The Biology of Belief and recipient of the 2009 Goi Peace Award, guest speaker on hundreds of TV and radio shows, as well as keynote presenter for national and international conferences.
Dr Gerry Clum DC – Founding faculty member Life Chiropractic College (now Life University), former President and Emeritus Professor Life Chiropractic College West, Director Centre for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics, board member Australian Chiropractic College.
Rob Scott, D.C., Ph.D. is President of Life University – Ph.D. in Applied Physiology from the University of Minnesota, a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University and is also a Diplomate of Chiropractic Philosophical Standards. His Master’s degrees include MSc. in Exercise Physiology and MEd. in Educational Administration. He attended the University of Guelph to earn his Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics. Formerly Life’s Dean, College of Chiropractic and Vice Provost, Dr Scott has also worked as Dean of Chiropractic at Northwestern Health Sciences University and as the Vice President for Academic Affairs at Logan College of Chiropractic.
Dr Kelly Holt – Dean of Research, New Zealand College of Chiropractic, multiple award winner including NZ Chiropractors’ Association Chiropractor of the Year (2014). Dr Holt’s areas of research interest include falls prevention, neurology, reliability of vertebral subluxation indicators and population health.
Dr Jen Barham-Floreani – best-selling author, multiple award winner including Victorian and Australian Chiropractor of the Year and International Woman Chiropractor of the Year.
Dr Phil McMaster – President NZCC, President Rubicon Group, Former Chair New Zealand Chiropractic Education Trust Board.
Adelaide is famous for its long metropolitan and country coastline, clean white sandy beaches and wine districts including McLaren Vale and the world famous Barossa Valley. Make sure you plan your visit to Adelaide with a few days either side of Concordia to make the most of this beautiful city.
Catch a tram down to Glenelg beach from the city centre – it will take about 30 mins. Or hire a car and head out to our beautiful southern beaches for surfing and swimming. In 30 minutes you can be enjoying Willunga, Port Noarlunga, Silver Sands or Aldinga. If you plan it well, you can even fit in a surf before you head to Concordia!
It’s Fringe Festival time in Adelaide 14 February – 15 March, so you’re perfectly placed to enjoy some of the final shows for the 2020 Fringe when you come for Concordia.
There are lots of accommodation options in Adelaide but, as this is festival season and a busy time, we highly recommend that you book now to avoid disappointment.
We’ve listed a few hotel options below within walking distance to the campus. Adelaide is very easy to get around though, so if you’re looking for a more peaceful alternative away from the craziness of the Fringe and night life, keep the city fringe in mind.
Areas like North Adelaide, Kent Town, Hackney, Rose Park and Dulwich, have alternative accommodation such as heritage cottages and apartments, and are situated in leafy and quiet residential areas. They will provide you with a 20 – 30 minute walk through playing fields, olive groves, parkland and the zoo, through strips of cafes, restaurants and bars, over rivers and creeks and right into the heart of the CBD.
If it’s a beach location you’re looking for, Glenelg is a great option, linked to the the CBD by tram.
Try Airbnb and Stayz for suggestions in areas outside of the CBD.