Social Programme

Finalising your plans for your time in London? Listed below are the perfect opportunities to meet and network with colleagues at the 2019 PSI Conference!

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Drinks with the Scientific Committee

Sunday 2nd June

Join the PSI Scientific Committee for informal drinks on the Terrace from 19:00, at the Park Plaza Waterloo Hotel

As the conference is not being held at a hotel this year, there will not be a formal welcome reception. 

Morning Run

Monday 3rd June 

Don’t forget to pack your running shoes! Similar to the last few years, on the Monday morning at 6:45 am we will meet at the HQ hotel (Park Plaza Waterloo) for a 40 minute run along the Thames.

Everyone is welcome to join, as the pace is mixed so no matter your speed you will have someone to run with. This is a great way to start the conference and last year there were plenty of opportunities for photos and chatting to your fellow runners. 

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Networking Event

Monday 3rd June

Join us at the Tattershall Castle, a unique pub on the river Thames, on the Monday evening from 19:45 where you will be able to enjoy a drink with other attendees. This will provide a great opportunity to network with both old friends and new acquaintances.

Gala Dinner

Tuesday 5th June

On Tuesday 5th June the PSI Conference Gala Dinner will be held at the QEII Centre in the Mountbatten room. This room offers excellent views across Westminster, including the sights of the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. 

We look forward to welcoming you to the Gala Dinner, from 19:00 with the party going on until late. We recommend black tie attire for this event.  


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