Registration for the 37th annual International Seating Symposium (ISS) opens Thursday, April 1. The Symposium takes place October 28-30 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, with pre-Symposium workshops occurring on October 27.
This year’s ISS will offer in-person classes and an exhibit hall, while virtual attendees are able to livestream courses and virtually visit the hall and its exhibitors, according to the organizers.
Registration Rates are as follows:
In addition, hotel blocks have been reserved at several local hotels for attendees and exhibitors. More information is available here.
|Hotel Name||Nightly Room Rate||Distance to Convention Center|
|Omni William Penn||$195||.4 miles|
|Hampton Inn||$199||.4 miles|
|Drury Plaza||$126**||.3 miles|
Register for Free Webinar
Registration for the next webinar in the free webinar series, ISS Webinar Series – A Prelude to Pittsburgh is now open.
Empower Your Practice with Applied Product Standards
Apr 23, 2021 – 3:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
0.1 CEUs available, at no cost, for all attendees
Ever wonder how products get to market? Ever wonder how these products are tested? Attend this interactive discussion and presentation and you will find out. The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on wheelchair standards at the University of Pittsburgh aims to spread awareness about how frontline providers can use test standards in a clinically meaningful way to improve quality care and call-out concerns of quality. This webinar will be structured as a dialogue between clinicians, manufacturers, standards experts, suppliers and wheelchair users to address poor product quality and its adverse effects. Practitioners will walk away from our training with the ability to approach suppliers with questions that empower their patients’ product decisions. It’s time for performance standard test results to drive product quality and improve patients care.
Refund information for both attendee registration and exhibitor booths is available here. Hotel refund policies are at the discretion of the hotel, and not the responsibility of The University of Pittsburgh, the ISS organizers note.