Former Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro will make her first public appearance since Chelsea sacking in London next weekend, on 9 April.
The Telegraph reports that she is among the speakers at the annual international conference on sports rehabilitation and traumatology – Return to Play – organised by Isokinetic Medical Group at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in central London.
Also Chelsea first team physiotherapist Jon Fearn, that was on the team bench with her until the Swansea game early this season and was dismissed from this duty until last match with West Ham at Stamford Bridge, will be among the speakers at this important convention that will host 2,000 delegates from 83 countries.
Both the doctor and the physio had a misunderstanding with Chelsea former manager José Mourinho that stated they were “impulsive and naive” in a post match interview.
Since there Carneiro never came back to work and now she is in a legal battle both with the club and Mourinho, for constructive dismissal and for discrimination.
Carneiro and Fearn will join the 172 speakers at the conference and discussions will include the forthcoming Euro 2016 finals, keeping players fit for the end of the season and the management of concussion.
The former Blues doctor came back to work today in a private clinic in her native country, Gibriltar.