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Annual NTF Symposia

ANTF Symposium 2024 – Save the date!

Following a very successful ANTF 2023 Symposium we are now planning the ANTF 2024 Symposium.

We are delighted to announce that our 2024 Symposium will be at Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK, on 23rd to 24th April. Further details will follow soon, including a call for papers; in the meantime, please do save the date!

We will be inviting contributions aligned with our WISER themes:

W – Wellbeing
I – Innovation and Impact
S – Students, Staff and Stakeholder collaborations
E – Equity and Ethics
R – Reward and Recognition

Having a venue in place this early in the planning process will allow us to ensure the facilities suit our needs, provide a central location and time for delegates and presenters to plan in advance, and will help us to respond to your feedback from 2023.

Would you like to host a future ANTF symposium?

We have had considerable interest in hosting the symposium in the future and we would like to thank those people who have approached us. If you would like to host the symposium in 2025 or beyond, please send us a formal proposal, with approximate costings. At this early stage, we suggest that you anticipate around 100 delegates, and have one main teaching room that can accommodate everyone, and three further break out rooms. You will need to include catering within your estimated proposal. Please note that we will give preference to venues which are accessible (preferably all meeting rooms close together), affordable, and have good transport links.

Please submit your expression of interest and estimated costings by the end of the day on 29th September 2023 to Julie Hulme, in the first instance.

Reflecting on the 2023 Symposium

Reflecting on the 2023 Symposium we are delighted that a number of presenters have shared their reflections and summarised their presentations via the ANTF blog: If you would like to share your practice via our blog please see for details.

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