Schedule

Thursday, May 5, 2022
1600 – 1800Check-in and poster presenter set up
1800 – 2000Welcome reception 
Friday, May 6, 2022
0700 – 0745Continental breakfast provided
0800 – 0830ICMT overview and welcome
0830 – 0915Keynote Speaker Lars Arendt-Nielsen, Dr. Med., Ph.D.“Experience of sustained collaboration – why stepping outside of silos is important in science and patient care.”
0915 – 0945Manual Therapy Procedures: The process of collaboration
0945 – 1015Break  
1015 – 1200Manual Therapy Procedures: Profession-based outcomes breakout session
1200 – 1300Lunch provided
1300 – 1400Manual Therapy Procedures: The outcome of collaboration and discussion
1405 – 1530Physiological Theories: From technique to the rationale for therapeutic response
1530 – 1600Break  
1600 – 1730Physiological Theories: Assigned interprofessional breakout session
1745 – 1830Physiological Theories: Consortium discussion
Saturday, May 7, 2022
0700 – 0745Continental breakfast provided
0800 – 0900Manual Therapy Procedures and Physiological Theories Discussion
0900 – 1000Measuring Physiological Effects: The process and overview of outcomes from collaboration
1000 – 1030Break 
1030 – 1200Measuring Physiological Effects: Assigned interprofessional breakout session
1200 – 1300Lunch provided
1300 – 1400Measuring Physiological Effects: Consortium discussion
1400 – 1415Break
1415 – 1615Peer-reviewed oral abstract session
1615 – 1630Break  
1630 – 1900Poster presentations and reception
Sunday, May 8, 2022
0700 – 0745Continental breakfast provided
0800 – 0920Summary Reports: Manual Therapy Procedures, Physiological Theories, Measuring Physiological Effects
0920 – 1000Keynote Speaker Helene Langevin, M.D. “Lessons learned from and future directions for manual therapy research.”
1000 – 1030Break 
1030 – 1150Panel Discussion with Audience Participation: What have we learned, and where do we go from here? 
1150 – 1200ICMT 2022 concluding remarks 
1200 Announcement of dates and location of the next ICMT 

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