Say hello to vPUK...virtual Physiotherapy UK
Conference and trade exhibition
13-14 November, 2020
Step into the virtual world of Virtual Physiotherapy UK
That’s right: step in. With your own feet (kind of).
Physiotherapy UK 2020 is vPUK – Virtual Physiotherapy UK, and we’ll be hosting up to 2,000 physiotherapy professionals in this avatar-based virtual world, where delegates can stand together at the beach to chat in groups just as easily as they can discuss a poster presentation with its author.
If you haven’t tried it, watch this short demo today. Or for £99* you can book your place and download the specially-created Physiotherapy UK world. This is where, on 13 and 14 November, we will be presenting an enormous programme of 200+ speakers, with keynote speakers, focused symposia, networking discussions, platform and rapid 5 sessions and posters.
You have probably attended countless webinars and teleconferences in the post-pandemic world. But forget what you saw. Try this instead.
Book today and start your journey into the virtual world of vPUK 2020.
If you have any questions about this new format, please visit our FAQ page.
Minimum system requirements for Virtual Physiotherapy UK
Windows 7 or OSX 10.11 or newer required, desk/laptop only..
*Full CSP members only. Students/associates/retired/unwaged £49, non-members £199.
Top speakers confirmed for 2020
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Founders’ Lecture will be delivered by Prof Sallie Lamb, Mireille Gillings Professor for Health Innovation at the University of Exeter.
Professor 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.
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Top-quality speakers, very engaging and relevant to my practice.
- Physiotherapy UK 2019 delegate