Kenes Group will obtain special accommodation rates for the RehabWeek 2017 participants. Please visit the accommodation page periodically.
London, the capital and largest city in England and the United Kingdom has a temperate oceanic climate, with regular but generally light precipitation throughout the year. Summer temperatures range from 57°F (14°C) to 75°F (24°C)
The dress code for RehabWeek 2017 is business casual for all occasions unless stated otherwise.
Office : Kenes Turkey
Phone : +90 212 299 99 84
Fax : +90 212 299 99 77
The UK's currency is the pound sterling (£ / GBP).
There are 100 pence (p) to the pound (£).
Notes come in denominations of £5, £10, £20 and £50.
Coins come in 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2.
Credit cards – especially Visa and Mastercard – are widely accepted in London's restaurants, bars, cafés and shops. American Express and Diners Club cards are less commonly accepted.
You will usually hear British people say "pee" rather than pence, as in 50p (50 pee). More colloquially, a pound is known as a "quid", a five pound note is a "fiver" and a ten pound note a "tenner".
UK appliances are fitted with three-pin plugs that can be connected to the UK mains supply through wall sockets. Unlike the sockets in many other countries, these have a switch to turn the power supply on and off – make sure you've turned it on if you're trying to charge your appliance!
UK power sockets deliver an average voltage of 230v, although in practice this can be slightly higher.
To charge devices that are compatible with this voltage, simply buy the appropriate adapter from the airport or from high street shops . Your device runs on a lower voltage, however, then you will also need a converter to stop it from over-heating. Even if your country uses lower voltages, remember to check whether your device is dual-voltage (look for the 110-240v notation) before buying a converter.
The official language of the congress is English.
Letter of Invitation
The Congress Organiser will send you a letter of invitation upon request. The Organising Committee would like to clearly state that the letter is only to help the participant to raise travel funds and has no further financial obligations from the Conference towards the participant. The Congress Secretariat is only able to send you the letter of invitation after receipt of your registration and payment.
Upon registration, participants agree that neither the Organising Committee nor the Congress Secretariat assume any liability. Participants should, therefore, organise their own health and travel insurance.
The refurbished QEII Centre is the largest dedicated conference, events and exhibition space in central London. The Venue offers world class facilities for high profile conferences, conventions, exhibitions, awards dinners and corporate events with capacity of up to 2,500 – hosting over 400 national and international events a year.
The QEII Centre is less than five minutes walk from Big Ben and the Thames, directly opposite Westminster Abbey and a two-minute walk from a royal park. The Centre is served by outstanding transport links providing easy Access to everything the city has to offer, from world class restaurants and nightlife to shopping and culture and is within an hour's transfer from five international airports.