World Aquatic Health Conference Early Registration Open

Scientific conference celebrates a legacy of leadership developing impactful, practical solutions

World Aquatic Health Conference Early Registration

Early registration is now available for the World Aquatic Health Conference, offering a $70 savings for people who register by June 1. The two-day event is slated for October 16 to 18, 2013, at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Indianapolis. The 10th annual conference promises a packed schedule with new symposia, more seminars, speakers, special guests and pre- and post-conference events.

The National Swimming Pool Foundation committed to the idea of presenting a scientific conference a decade ago. Now, 10 years later, researchers and industry leaders from around the world still gather to share information on preventing bad things from happening in recreational water, and to highlight the benefits of aquatic exercise and immersion.

“Our 10th anniversary celebrates the inspiration of science and creating our legacy through impactful, practical and passionate solutions,” said Conference Manager Michelle Kavanaugh.

More than 400 global recreational water leaders come together in this intimate environment to hear academic, industry and government experts share the latest in science, trends and innovation. A cross section of industry segments attend, including leaders from academia, associations, nonprofits, building, consulting, retail, distributing, manufacturing, service, aquatic facilities, public health/government, health and medical.

Organizers have boosted the number of educational symposia to eight, offering more than 50 seminars encompassing critical and cutting-edge topic areas.

In addition, attendees can visit the scientific poster session during conference breaks to meet with researchers to ask questions and pursue greater understanding. Several lunch roundtables also will be available.

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Source:

National Swimming Pool Foundation

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