This site is intended for UK Healthcare professionals only

Are you a UK Healthcare professional?

We are unfortunately unable to allow patients to attend Future Surgery Show

Who qualifies for a pass?

Subpage Hero


Who qualifies for a complimentary pass to Future Surgery?

Future Surgery is a partnership between CloserStill Media and The Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS England), working closely with many other supporting bodies across the surgical profession. Healthcare Professionals (including but not limited to, surgeons, wider surgical care team members and trainees) are eligible for an educational bursary giving them free access to the conference and exhibition, worth £499.

Priority access to educational bursaries will be given to members of our association partners. These priority registrations must be made before 31st July 2022, after which point, remaining bursaries will be made more widely available.

Please note, these passes are limited and the price increases to £699+VAT onsite at the event.

How to Claim your Education Bursary

Association Members

Healthcare professionals who are members of our partner associations including but not limited to; RCS England, AfPP, ASiT and leading surgical associations including; Surgical Royal Colleges of Ireland, Edinburgh & Glasgow, will be given priority access to educational bursaries giving them free access to the conference and exhibition, worth £499.

Non Associations Members

After 31 July 2022, Healthcare Professionals who are not members of an association but are surgical professionals working within the NHS, private sector, military, academic organisations or secure environments will be eligible for an educational bursary. If you do not have an educational bursary code, you can request one here.

If you have any questions about the process, please contact us here.

Paid for passes

Non-surgical professionals who don’t work within the NHS, a private hospital, military, academic organisations will need to pay the full rate of £499+VAT to attend.

Who should pay for a pass:

  • Suppliers to the surgical profession
  • International healthcare professionals

Sponsors & Partners



Content Partner