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Pace to host London conference
PACE Rehabilitation is hosting a rehabilitation conference at the Royal College of Physicians building in Central London in April. 
Being held in conjunction with Exchange Chambers and NewLaw Solicitors, the event on April 10 is an opportunity for PI solicitors, case managers and claims specialists to see latest prosthetic technological advances and understand the benefit to clients. 
The programme consists of a variety of internationally respected clinical and legal speakers, with topics including: 
Osseo Integration - John Sullivan (Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton) 
The Emergence of Personal Bionics - Brian Frasure (BiOM, USA) 
Recovery - An inspiring Adventure - Jim Bonney (Adventure Rehab) 
Advancing Technology: Increasing benefits and rising costs - Toby Carlsson (Pace Rehabilitation) 
To The Other Side Of The World - Ed Parker and Capt. Guy Disney (Walking With The Wounded) 
Ensuring Successful Outcomes - Gerard Martin QC (Exchange Chambers) and Robert Thomas (NewLaw Solicitors) 
Places are limited, with early bird prices of £99 available for bookings received before January 31 (£150 thereafter). 
To book email or ring 0845 450 7357. 
A charitable donation to the WWTW charity will be made from the event.

Senior role for prosthetist Laurence
THE London Prosthetic Centre has appointed Hypolite Benjamin Laurencine as a new senior prosthetist at its Kingston Upon Thames facility. 
Laurence - as he is known in the industry - graduated from the University of Salford with an honours degree in prosthetics and orthotics in 2000. Originally from the Seychelles, he has worked as a prosthetist at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton, for over ten years and has experience in clinical care in the NHS as well as in the private sector. 
His key focus will be to provide consultations for potential customers from across the UK and to create specialist clinical care packages. He will also conduct evaluations, fit a wide range of prostheses and provide follow-up care.
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