The flagship conference for physiotherapy professionals
Conference and trade exhibition
Birmingham International Convention Centre
13-14 November, 2020
The continued adaptation of restrictions designed to control the spread of Covid-19 means it is difficult to foresee what conditions will be by November, the planned date for Physiotherapy UK 2020.
Our programme development and events teams are looking to plan for any eventuality so that, regardless of how things change over the coming months, in November we will be in a position to offer a topical, incisive scientific conference, delivered in the best format possible at that time.
Please bear with us as we develop these plans. Keep an eye on the programme, which will be adapted over the next few months, and keep the date in mind – 13-14 November; no-one can predict the future, but in one way or another, we will be here for you.
Physiotherapy UK 2020
Two packed days of top CPD covering five themes. Focused symposia, platform and poster presentations, workshops, panel debates… it’s all here.
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.
Our focused symposia programme is now complete, and well over 300 abstracts will be added in late July.
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*800 places available at £129. Standard rate of £169 applies thereafter. Full CSP members only. Other rates chargeable for other CSP members and non-members. Full details online.
Top-quality speakers, very engaging and relevant to my practice.
- Physiotherapy UK 2019 delegate