RCGP Annual Conference

The RCGP Annual Conference is the must attend event of the year for GPs and practice team colleagues, showcasing the latest clinical and policy developments across the UK and connects you with over 1,600 of your peers, enabling you to network, learn and inspire one another.

As we celebrate the College’s 70th year, we are delighted to be hosting the conference in conjunction with WONCA Europe, offering a truly global perspective to primary healthcare as we’ll be joined by family doctor colleagues from across Europe.

Our 2022 conference will take place 29 June – 1 July 2022 at ExCel, London.

BAnner for RCGP Annual Conference 2021. An image of the London skyline accompanies the text RCGP Annual Conference in conjunction with WONCA Europe. 29 June to 1 July 2022. ExCel, London

RCGP Annual Conference

29 June – 1 July | London

  • Over 60 hours of learning including high quality clinical education – 94% of 2019 attendees rated sessions good or excellent.
  • Updates on issues relevant to your practice.
  • Dedicated sessions for new GPs and AiTs.
  • Be part of controversial debates.
  • Use your learning to tick off those hard-to-reach ePortfolio competencies.
  • Inspirational and thought-provoking speakers.
  • Network and exchange ideas with over 1500 of your peers.
  • Essential CPD including BLS, and adult and child safeguarding.
  • A sparkling diary of social and networking events.
  • Present your work or get inspired by over 400 peer-reviewed poster presentations.
  • 96% of 2019 attendees achieved their objectives by attending the conference.

Visit the RCGP Annual Conference website

In recognition of our 2019 Annual Conference

MemCom Excellence Awards 2020 - Highly Commended     Conference Award 2020


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