We are around two weeks away from the Trent International Prosthetics Symposium and UK ISPO/BACPAR National Members Society Annual Scientific Meeting, being held at The Lowry, here in Salford. As one of the conference Chairs, life is pretty hectic just now, but thought it worth letting you know about the project-related work being presented. On Thursday 21st March, Maggie Donovan-Hall will be presenting the user involvement work that she has been carrying out with partners in Uganda and Jordan, as well as interviews with experienced clinicians working for ICRC. The impact of Maggie’s work will be felt well beyond the end of the project, both through the influence on our emerging designs and through the training of colleagues in Uganda and Jordan to carry out qualitative research. On Friday 22nd March, Bernadette Deere, an NHS Trainee Clinical Scientist, will be presenting findings from a study of the challenges faced by amputees in Uganda accessing repair services. We also have two poster presentations at the conference, one on the use of SHAP, a tool to evaluate hand functionality, and a nice study from two of Salford’s Prosthetics and Orthotics students reporting on the Ugandan P&O services. A number of the team will be at the conference, so if you are planning to attend do look out for members of the Fit4Purpose team and say “hello”.