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Save the Date!!

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Further details for BritSpine 2025 shall be released soon!

To be kept up to date for future updates:


What is BritSpine?
BritSpine is the UK's premier educational Conference and Exhibition on the topic of the Spine, bringing experts from all over the UK (and further afield!) to gather, network, promote and share knowledge while learning about the latest treatments and approaches in spine healthcare and research.

The roots of BritSpine date back to the inaugural combined meeting of the British Spinal Societies in 1999. Since then, the conference has evolved to a biennial event run by the UK Spine Societies Board (UKSSB) on behalf of, and involvement the British Association of Spine Surgeons (BASS), British Scoliosis Society (BSS), Society of Back Pain Research (SBPR), National Spine Network (NSN) and the British Association of Spinal Cord Injury Specialists (BASCIS).


What is the content of the BritSpine education sessions?
Previous recordings from BritSpine 2023 and 2021 can be found on the
UKSSB YouTube Channel
, and we have a short summary video from 2023 which will give you a taste of what to expect!


How can I sponsor/exhibit at BritSpine?
Our event managers at Mosaic Events will be sending out the sponsors pack when it is ready to all industry contacts. If you wish to be added to the industry mailing list or have any questions about exhibiting, please email:​

Note from UKSSB Board: We have identified a scheduling conflict between BritSpine 2025 and the SBNS 2025 Spring Meeting. After reviewing the situation and consulting with Mr Peter Whitfield, current SBNS President and other key stakeholders, we've decided to proceed with our original dates, as the impact is expected to be minimal. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause for those wishing to attend both meetings. This experience has highlighted the need for closer collaboration, and we are committed to improving our planning processes moving forward.

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