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 bringing together an impressive range of national and international speakers.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our next Annual Conference is scheduled for 14-16 October 2021, Liverpool. Further details will be announced in early 2021. 

In the interim, we are hosting a special online conference to keep GPs and primary care professionals engaged and updated:

Why join us

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.

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.

Submit an abstract

The RCGP will open submission of abstracts shortly. In the meantime you can click the button below for more information.  

Book your place

Different types of tickets are available for this event depending on your professional status and duration of attendance. 

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.

Network and exchange ideas with over 1500 of your peers and be part of controversial debates.

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.

  • 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.

Highlights from 2019

2019 Plenary speakers

Upcoming events

22 October 2020

In the first major event for primary care in 2020, this online event allows members to come together to explore what the future holds for general practice as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. Join your fellow members for a day of insightful discussions to explore:

  • how general practice will emerge from the pandemic
  • what the future holds for you as a GP
  • practical tips on how you can best manage from both a personal and professional perspective.

This event is FREE for RCGP members.

11-12 February 2021

This online conference provides RCGP members and other primary healthcare professionals an opportunity to join together to understand how the future of general practice will impact on everyday practice and how to adapt. It will build on our Building the future of general practice event (22 October 2020) where over 2,000 members explore how general practice will be structured as it emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.