Call for DFTB19 Speakers

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With DFTB18 barely over we are already working hard on DFTB19. With a move from Australia to the Northern hemisphere we are looking for expressions of interest from anyone who thinks they have got what it takes.


So what does it take to speak at a Don’t Forget the Bubbles conference?

It doesn’t matter what you do for a living. You could be a nurse, a doctor, a social worker, or a patient with a story to tell. It doesn’t matter if you are a medical student or a consultant, working, retired or just taking a break, we want to hear from you. If you have something to say and are passionate, enthusiastic and engaging you should apply.


If you are free in 2019 between the 17th to 19th of June and can make it to London then fill in the form below before the 1st of October 2018. 


Click here to go to the form


*If you want to speak then you’ll have to make sure you register for the conference when tickets go on sale in November.

If you enjoyed this post, why not check out our live conference on 26th August. Find out more about DFTB: Live + Connected

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3 Responses to "Call for DFTB19 Speakers"

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    David Pregerson 2 years ago .Reply

    Trying to register for consideration as a speaker but can’t get link to work. Please advise

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    Ben Lawton 2 years ago .Reply

    Hey David, If you are having trouble with the form just email your pitch to and we will make sure it gets to the right place. Thanks for your interest in DFTB19!!

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    Neha Raukar 2 years ago .Reply

    Hi, I too had an issue last week and again today with the submission so I sent an email to the above address. Please let me know if there were any issues. Thank you, Neha

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