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Conference and trade exhibition

5-6 November 2021

Virtual Physiotherapy UK is back

We all want to see each other face to face again, and normality may be just around the corner. But with so much uncertainty remaining, the best way to guarantee a fulfilling conference experience for the physiotherapy profession is to go virtual again in 2021.

This is no webinar. The 1,600 delegates at our first-ever virtual conference were amazed at what can be achieved in our virtual world. Here are a few things they said:

  • “This has been so much more than a webinar.”
  • “Completely immersive - I almost feel that I have been away for the past few days!”
  • “Could not have imagined that this Physio UK conference could be run as it has – outstanding.”
  • “Who knew it could be this good virtually?"

If you didn’t join us last year, watch this short demo from the 2020 conference today. Or for £99* you can reserve your place for this year, and download the specially-created vPUK world. On 5-6 November this world will spring to life, with an enormous two-day programme of 250+ speakers, with posters, rapid 5 sessions, focused symposia and networking discussions.

It’s got everything you’d see at the physical event, in fact. And a lighthouse. And speedboats, fireworks, football, parklands, a beach, and a disco…

You simply have to see it to believe it. Make sure you get your CPD in 2021, no matter what life throws at you. Book your place today.

*Full CSP members only. Students/retired/unwaged £49, non-members £219.

Minimum system requirements for Virtual Physiotherapy UK

Windows 7 or OSX 10.11 or newer required.

Not compatible with tablets or mobile phones.

Speakers andPUK 2021

Two of our vPUK 2021 keynote speakers: Prof Stephanie Nixon and Prof Michael West

Top speakers already confirmed for 2021

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Founders’ Lecture will be delivered by Prof Stephanie Nixon, Associate Professor at the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. Prof Nixon will be discussing the principles of allyship.

Later, Senior Visiting Fellow at The King's Fund, Prof Michael West will take to the stage to address the subject of inclusive leadership.

There are many more speakers already lined up, and there will be dozens more when our abstract submission process concludes in August. This is an event not to be missed.

Stay in the know about Virtual Physiotherapy UK 2021

Sign up for updates and we’ll keep you posted on the main event developments and milestones throughout the year.

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Members Benevolent Fund

The Members' Benevolent Fund (MBF) is the physiotherapy profession's benevolent fund, which exists to support members experiencing hardship due to COVID-19 or any other circumstance.  

As the uncertainty of the Coronavirus pandemic continues, if you feel the MBF could support you or a colleague or friend please do contact us.

Members Benevolent Fund