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Conference and trade exhibition

5-6 November, 2021

Goodbye (for now) to the virtual world of Physiotherapy UK

We hope you have enjoyed Virtual Physiotherapy UK 2020 and have been able to make the most out of the avatar-based world containing a programme of 300+ presenters, keynote speakers, focused symposia, networking discussions, platform and rapid 5 sessions and poster presentations. Not to forget the fun element of networking with other delegates on the beach,  riding the speedboat or trying out your dance moves. 

We thank all our speakers, including the wonderful keynote speakers Suzanne Rastrick, Professor Sallie Lamb and Professor Phil Glasgow,  and poster authors in making this an inspiring and informative event for all our delegates. 

As we shift our focus to Physiotherapy UK 2021, please find some post-conference information below. 

From all of us, stay safe, take care and we hope to see you at Physiotherapy UK 2021!

Recorded sessions

The recorded sessions will be published using Vimeo (similar to Youtube). All delegates will receive a link to the recordings as soon as these are published. As we will need to edit these first we expect the publication to be somewhere in December. The recordings will be available 30 days following publishing.

Certificates

A link to a print-at-home/save certificate will be sent out to all the relevant delegates by Friday 20 November. This includes certificates of: attendance, poster authors and speakers.

vPUK Virbella app

This app can now be uninstalled from your desk/laptop as no further content will be published using this software. You may need to ask your ICT department to remove it. 

Programme 2020

If you would like to read back on any of the abstracts or find the name of a speaker, you can view the programme

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.

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