This year's UK Cystic Fibrosis Conference takes place at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK.
Day one - Wednesday 6 September
'The role of CFTR in keeping lungs healthy'
Day one opens with a full programme of events and presentations for a multi-disciplinary clinical, research and academic audience, providing the latest information in the pipeline of international CF research and innovation. We also host our popular fundraising conference dinner in the evening. Book your tickets for day one.
Day one programme
Day two - Thursday 7 September
'Clinical trials and increasing access for people with cystic fibrosis'
Day two is designed for all those with either a personal or professional interest in cystic fibrosis. The afternoon is split into a series of interactive workshops on issues relating to cystic fibrosis. Book your tickets for day two.
Day two programme
Tickets and accommodation for UKCFC 2017
You can now book tickets for day one and day two of the conference, and the conference dinner.
You can book a room for your visit to this year's UKCFC at the adjacent Orchard Hotel which provides direct access to the conference centre. There is a full range of hotels in the Nottingham city centre and the surrounding area which offer excellent standards of accommodation with good access to the conference centre.
Last year's UKCFC
Last year was our biggest conference yet - a two-day event that brought together over 500 delegates to explore the very latest in research and innovation in cystic fibrosis care and treatment. The event was live streamed for viewing at home and featured our first ever CF's Got Talent! competition, showcasing the work of some of the brightest early-career researchers working on cystic fibrosis.
Find out more about last year's conference
If you missed it in 2016, you don't need to miss out - you can watch videos of all the presentations using the options below:
- If you have registered with our website already, just log in.
- If you have not yet registered, do so now to see the videos.
- If you are a clinician, register to see the videos.