What a night! These are the photos from the BACS Annual Conference hosted by the students at the AECC University College here in Bournemouth. This was such fun to do! Not just because everyone was up for a good time and made great use of the props. But also because the AECC is just around the corner form our office and so our booth butler got home within minutes!
Talking of the props - you’ll notice that there are a few images where the students are holding up laminated prop signs. These were suggested by the organising committee and so we got them laminated and then donated them back to the college at the end. The college donated the spines for the evening that you see. It’s not often that we overhear conversations about missing spinal ligaments!
As you can see we brought along our Rustic wood backdrop - this married in very well with the event theme! The print outs were designed in conjunction with the committee. We upgraded the package to unlimited prints
The below is taken (and adapted) from the AECC page
AECC University College is delighted to welcome Chiropractic students from across the UK, Europe and America on campus this weekend. This is for the British Association of Chiropractic Students (BACS) Annual Conference 2020.
Over the course of the three-day event (7th – 9th February), delegates will learn about the past, present and progressive future of the industry. This theme is apt for the conference taking place in the 125th anniversary year of the chiropractic profession.
Students can sit back and enjoy an event that is packed full with speakers. Speakers who will be sharing their knowledge and passion for chiropractic. And, of course offering up their own thoughts and experiences in open debates and panel discussions.
Speaking about the conference, MChiro student at AECC, Saphira said: “We have over 130 students attending from across many of the major international institutions. We want this to be a fun event! So, we are kick-starting with a quiz on the Friday night. There will also be a raffle with a top prize of a Don Guiro and Atlas Clinical stationary table. Speaker sessions and workshops will commence on the Saturday, The aim is to guide and inspire students on their journey as a young chiropractor.”
Speakers are to include Victoria Wheeldon. She graduated from AECC University College in 2005 and practiced in Yorkshire for nine years, treating both people and horses. Steve Williams will also be one of the speakers. He also graduated from AECC in 1987, and is the principal and owner of St James Chiropractic Clinic in Southampton.