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PTUK 2019

Listen to leading experts in the field

Physiotherapy UK 2022

  • Hear and see the latest research and clinical practice, from peer-reviewed presentations to invited speakers
  • Learn about a wide range of products and services in our trade exhibition
  • Meet up with old friends and colleagues, and make new contacts too

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Virtual Physiotherapy UK 2021

More than 1,200 physiotherapy professionals came together in November, for a virtual conference like no other.  

Virtual Physiotherapy UK 2021 was everything our flagship in-person conference always has been. Two packed days of valuable CPD – focused symposia, platform and poster presentations, workshops, panel debates… it was all there.

There were 64 sessions and 412 chairs, speakers and poster authors presenting virtually.

A big thank you to all those that have taken part: keynotes, chairs, speakers, poster authors, delegates, council members, volunteers and staff.  

A special thank you goes to the professional networks that delivered the conference in partnership with the CSP, ACPRC, APPN, ATOCP, DIPG, MACP and Physio First.

The recordings will be available later this year exclusively for delegates. 

You can look back at our 2021 programme and feedback on Twitter by searching #Physio21

Keynote speakers of 2021

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Founders’ Lecture was delivered by Prof Stephanie Nixon, Associate Professor at the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto together with Andrea Wright, Dr Gita Ramdharry, Sudhir Daya and Dr John Hammond. 

John Amaechi OBE, organisational psychologist and founder of APS, spoke about how we as individuals and professionals can embrace change, build resilience and challenge ourselves to offer and deliver the best healthcare we can.

Prof. Michael West, Senior Visiting Fellow at The King's Fund, closed the conference addressing the subject of inclusive leadership.