Royal College of Podiatry’s Annual Conference returns as face-to-face event

The largest professional podiatry event in Europe returns this autumn as an ‘in person’ event for the first time in two years.

The exciting and comprehensive programme for the Royal College of Podiatry’s Annual Conference includes talks by leading experts and researchers, along with other guest speakers.

Taking place on November 18-20 at the ACC Liverpool, the event’s organisers are looking forward to welcoming people back to share experiences, latest developments, and best practice.

Sessions include:

  • Diabetes and Vascular workshop
  • Wound Care
  • Rheumatology
  • MSK
  • Independent practice
  • Surgery
  • Podiatric Sports Medicine
  • Dermatology
  • Forensics
  • Prescribing

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

Topics which will be covered include rheumatic foot; fractures of the foot; how technology might impact on podiatry; advances in flat foot surgery; and juvenile hallux valgus.

 

Clinical Director of the Royal College of Podiatry Paul Chadwick said: “We are committed to offering opportunities for high-quality professional development, so we are delighted to see the return of our annual conference. The programme offers a wide range of engaging topics and research areas which I’m sure attendees will find useful and interesting.

“After many months in which networking with colleagues was severely limited, this is an opportunity to get together again for the benefit of patient care.”

View the full programme here.

View ticket details here.

For anyone who may feel unsure about attending a ‘live’ event, some FAQs have been produced – view them here.

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