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Royal College of Podiatry Annual Conference 2021


The College of Podiatry is delighted to welcome you back to the first face-to-face conference in two years. Attend live and in person at the ACC Liverpool from 18-20 November 2021. We can’t wait to see you.

The College of Podiatry Annual Conference and Exhibition 2021 will be held at the ACC Liverpool from 18-20 November 2021. It is the largest professional podiatry event in Europe.
COVID-19 precautions
The College is committed to offering excellent professional development opportunities for its members, and after a year in which networking with colleagues was severely limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Annual Conference is an opportunity to get together again for the benefit of patient care.
We hope that life will be very nearly back to normal by November, but to allay any concerns you may have about booking a face-to-face event, we have put together some FAQs. These will be updated as and when COVID guidance changes.
Conference programme
By providing a fresh and diverse educational programme, the conference theme in 2021 reflects the desire to place patient care and professional development as essential elements at the heart of community well-being.
The programme is packed with informative and international content which highlights key topics within the UK, whilst encompassing clinical practice, business innovation and research from a global community perspective.
We are delighted to have a wide range of speakers from diverse backgrounds, some new to our annual conference, as well as popular speakers from previous years that we've invited back to speak again.
Highlights include:
Keynote speech - Martine Wright, 7/7 survivor and paralympian
Reversing diabetes - Tom Watson, former Deputy Leader of the Labour Party
Collectivism after COVID-19 - Paul Nowak, Deputy Secretary, TUC
COVID-19: What did we learn - Michelle Tennyson, Public Health Agency, Northern Ireland
The Royal College of Podiatry: the opportunities are endless - open discussion
Bob Prince Memorial Lecture
Awards presentations
Plus sessions on:
Rheumatology | MSK | Independent practice | Surgery | R&D | Diabetes and Vascular workshop | Podiatric Sports Medicine | Dermatology | Forensics | Professional practice | Prescribing | Wound Care | Children and young people