OIFE Topical Meeting 2023 programme

The OIFE Topical Meeting 2023 programme is now available to view and download on our website. This 2-day international conference is aimed at anyone with an interest in osteogenesis imperfecta and other rare bone diseases. The focus of the meeting is on pain and its impact.

What is the meeting about?

The 2023 OIFE Topical Meeting is the first conference of its kind to cover topics such the impact of pain on fatigue, sleep, mobility, family, relationships and more.

The meeting will offer an opportunity to present and hear about the latest research, treatment methods and news related to these topics. The programme will include assessment, measurement and management of physical and psychological challenges due to pain in OI and other rare bone diseases.

The OIFE Topical Meeting 2023 programme can be viewed and downloaded online here.

Who should attend?

Anyone interested in the topics is welcome to attend. This includes:

      • Healthcare professionals & researchers with an interest in OI in general
      • Healthcare professionals & researchers with an interest in pain, fatigue, sleep, mobility, etc
      • OI- and rare bone community (people with OI and other rare bone conditions, family members, staff and volunteers)
      • Professionals with an interest in other rare bone conditions
      • Industry representatives

The conference will be relevant also for professionals, who do not work specifically with pain in OI or other rare bone conditions.

Where is it?

The event takes place at the Scandic Continental Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden, on 9-10 June 2023.  The hotel is in the heart of Stockholm and easily accessible from Stockholm Arlanda Airport (right next to the Airport Express rail terminal).

How do I register or book accommodation?

Registration and accommodation booking are open until 1 June.  Please see our registration/accommodation booking form for further details.

In the words of our Conference Chair:
OIFE’s next topical meeting is about how living with pain can affect all parts of life. And equally important – how do different aspects of life lead to pain?  In order to find the right balance, and the right solutions, we must work together and share our knowledge and experiences – professionals, researchers, industry and everyone who has, or lives with someone who has, osteogenesis imperfecta and/or other rare bone diseases.

Lena Lande Wekre
Senior Consultant and Conference Chair
TRS National Resource Center on Rare Disorders, Norway

We hope to see you there!


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