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12th Annual TPFS Conference Confirmed

12th Annual TPFS Conference Confirmed

TPFS-UK is delighted to announce the go ahead for the 12th Annual Conference Meeting due to take place in Dundee Scotland on the 3rd to 5th of November 2021.

As many of you may have known the Dundee conference was due for October 2020, but with the world facing such unprecedented changes as the result of the pandemic, this conference was cancelled and instead we hosted an all-virtual scientific meeting. Many of you joined us virtually last year and we would like to say a big "Thank You " for your continuing show of support and the subsequent feedback which had encouraged us to go ahead with our 2021 conference as we had intended to have in 2020.

As we speak the work is in progress with a number of exciting plans. The whole week of 1st to 5th of November 2021 is dedicated to an array of Courses, Masterclasses and Scientific Programmes related to Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and Management.

The conference is preceded by the TPFS & RCS(Ed) accredited Cadaveric Rectal Prolapse course due to take place on the 1st to 3rd of November 2021. For further information please visit and hurry as there are only 10 places available in total. Please visit TPFS website or email directly if you are a member of the TPFS as a number of places is sponsored by our society.

The start of the conference is launched by an all-day event for the AHP colleagues on the Wednesday 3rd of November.

Wednesday 3rd will also host two masterclasses, Eandoanal Ultrasonoghraphy and Sacral Neuromodulation.

The scientific programme will be launched on the Thursday continuing on to the end of what we hope to be an all-round educational programme. By early Friday afternoon you would have a chance to start a weekend in Scotland or head back home.

We learn so much through networking, chatting to each other, compare experiences and get to know each other. So, let's give it a go and catch up in Dundee in November.

Please note that our arrangements will be subject to the Scottish Government recommendations on travel. But we will continue to work with you and adjust accordingly.