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Come to the UKs leading primary care conference for free this November

Places are now available for the 2019 Issues & Answers Conference for health professionals

The Issues & Answers Primary Care Today conference is a chance for health professionals to get an update on what’s happening in cardiovascular disease and diabetes in primary care today. You’ll hear from leading health professionals at the cutting edge of their field to get insights and ideas you can use in your own practice.

Registration is free for the first 200 delegates. 

The event is hosted by PCCJ (The Primary Care Cardiovascular Journal) and BJPCN (The British Journal of Primary Care Nursing) and we’ll be there at our Blood Pressure UK stand.

“I always take something good away from this conference. It inspires me and motivates me to go and improve things.” Gillian, Cardiac Nurse Specialist.

“There aren’t many forums where you can learn about things which are so specific to what you’re doing and so niche.” Nina, GPSI Cardiology.

Read more about the conference from the PCCJ and BJPCN:

Issues & Answers in Primary Care Today Conference
Making Best Practice Everyday Practice 
8-9 November 2019, EMCC Nottingham

Announcing exciting new programme plus FREE attendance!

Now in its eighth year, the Issues & Answers conference provides the whole primary care team with the latest guidance and knowledge required to make best practice everyday practice.

2019 will see some new and exciting changes to our annual conference. With an inspiring programme, now expanded to include many of the long term conditions, our esteemed faculty will endeavour to provide delegates with a review of current guidance, practical advice for improving patient care, top tips for delivering best practice, plus how to apply this advice into every day general practice scenarios through case study examples. 

In addition, delegates have the opportunity to interact during sessions through ‘live polling’ and ‘question the experts’ via the event App. This is accredited learning from primary care experts in an informal and friendly environment, and is absolutely free for the first 200 delegates who register.

What will you gain by attending?

  • Free registration, Friday lunch and refreshments on both days
  • 1.5 days of inspirational sessions from leading primary care experts
  • Programme tailored into 2 streams, follow your individual educational journey
  • Interactive real life case studies to discuss with experts
  • Networking opportunities with colleagues
  • Exhibition to discuss the latest products and devices with industry
  • Mini-auditorium with quickfire sessions and hands-on workshops
  • 9 CPD points plus certificate of attendance
  • Optional conference dinner with guest speaker
  • Discounted on-site accommodation
  • Post-event e-learning modules and podcasts

Hosted at the excellent educational venue, the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingham, all delegate rooms are located on one level allowing ease of access between sessions and the exhibition hall. With the on-site Orchard Hotel and free parking, the whole event is held in one location with no added travel needs.

Why not also join us for Friday’s conference dinner with guest speaker? Always a great networking experience in a friendly and informal environment. Catch up with fellow colleagues and make new friends. Dinner tickets cost £58.

Don’t miss your chance to register for FREE and join our primary care community

Visit the website and register: 

For further information contact: Jane Boyle at telephone (0)1789 766098.

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