13-14 November 2020 at the Birmingham ICC, bookings now open
Two packed days of top CPD covering five themes. Focused symposia, platform and poster presentations, workshops, panel debates… it’s all here.
Physiotherapy UK 2020 is currently scheduled to take place as planned. We will monitor the situation closely as time progresses and will keep delegates and members informed if the situation changes.
Top speakers already confirmed for 2020
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Founders’ Lecture will be delivered by Prof Sallie Lamb, Professor of Trauma Rehabilitation at the University of Oxford.
Prof Lamb will be joined on stage by Suzanne Rastrick, Chief Allied Health Professions Officer at NHS England, and closing the conference is Irish Rugby Football Union’s Head of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Prof Phil Glasgow.
This year's themes:
- Managing complex pain
- Exercise and decision making
- Leading for change
- Managing multi-system trauma
- Ageing well
It's a great opportunity to network and take your CPD to the next level. You can see the latest in research and clinical practice, or learn about new innovations in physiotherapy products and services.
Visit our dedicated Physiotherapy UK conference website for more details.
Top-quality speakers, very engaging and relevant to my practice.
Physiotherapy UK 2019 delegate
Call for abstracts 2020
The call for abstracts for Physiotherapy UK 2020 will be made on 14 January. The submission deadline will be 23 March.
Exhibition and sponsorship
Would you or your company like to exhibit at the conference or to discuss sponsorship opportunities?
Booking a stand or sponsorship package means your company will be able to network and do business with delegates who either make or influence purchasing decisions for their practice or trust. That means even more opportunity to sell your products or services.
Did you attend the 2019 conference? See all the presentations.
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