A popular national event for Pre Operative Assessment nurses, managers and allied health professionals.
The 4th annual Pre Operative Assessment conference is being held in the vibrant city centre of Manchester, which has excellent transport links to the whole of the UK. The programme again offers a balanced mix of advanced clinical subjects along with service and delivery issues. A busy day that offers an ideal opportunity to network with colleagues from around the country and to learn and share innovation and practice development.
Manchester - Manchester Central Convention Complex - £279.00 - 09/05/2017
This is the inaugural conference designed to explore the growing demands on the health service and in particular frail older people.
The programme examines how various teams from around the UK are addressing this with innovative and quality practice. An aim of the event is to share experience, evidence and suggestions on how to develop your own services locally. The day provides an excellent resource for networking with colleagues and teams from a variety of clinical settings and locations.
The venue is the beautiful and historic city of York, which is very accessible by rail and road from all over the UK.
York - National Rail Museum - £199.00 - 20/09/2017
The focus for the 5th national Operating Theatre conference is effectiveness and eficiency and this is reflected prominently in the programme.
There is an excellent mix of evidence and cases from clinical practice from all over the UK. The event is an excellent resource and opportunity to network with colleagues providing evidence, anecdote and information to take back to your own operating theatres.
The target audience are theatre managers, senior clinical perioperative professionals, Government organisations with an interest in Operating Theatres and academics.
London - Royal College of General Practitioners - £299.00 - 12/10/2017
The 8th national conference echoes the ongoing national innovation and role development of Healthcare Support Workers including apprenticeships and how these important groups are integrating in the skill mix of health and social care.
Talks include nursing, therapist support worker roles and mental health. The introduction and rapidly evolving Nursing Associate role is explored and how the workforce is transforming in primary and secondary care.
The day is structured to allow for networking and interacting with all the speakers and providing the opportunity to exchange ideas and information with colleagues from around the country.
London - Royal College of General Practitioners - £379.00 - 08/11/2017