PCT is Europe’s leading annual partnering event for the clinical outsourcing community with more than 900 attendees, more than 100 speakers and 15 hours of networking. New topics this year include transparency in data, disruptive technologies, more emphasis on patient-perspectives, increased emphasis on the impact of social media and more.
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6 November 2014 - Edinburgh
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6 - 8 November - Dubai
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7 November - BirminghamIncrease your confidence in three core areas of primary care. In this one-day course our expert speakers will guide you through the latest evidence-based guidelines and give you clinical tips that you can put into practice straight away. Earn 6 CPD credits by attending and prove your practice is up to date, ready for appraisal and revalidation.
Review from the Chair, Professor Mike G Kirby:"This day provides a superb opportunity to catch up on the key advances in CKD, diabetes, cardiology, and lifestyle issues - All very frequent and important parts of our day-to-day work. The course has matured over several years, based on feedback from delegates. All the speakers are enthusiasts and you will have time to ask questions and chat to colleagues and speakers in the breaks. Great for CPD and revalidation, you won’t find a better, more valuable day out of the practice!"
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9-10 November 2014 - London
The goal of Europe AF 2014 is to present contemporary knowledge and understanding of the pathophysiology and treatment of Atrial Fibrillation to a diverse audience of medical professionals
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Come and join us for our third annual conference specially designed by primary care for all primary care professionals. This unique educational conference brings together GPSIs, GP educators, GPs, GP registrars, practice nurses and other professionals in order to share knowledge and experience.
Our objective is clear: To assist you and your colleagues in delivering optimal care for the ever-increasing number of patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD) that you see and manage every day.
Hot topics include: JBS3, preventing hospital admissions, glycaemic control, dementia, heart failure, FH, AF, Stroke, CKD and much more.
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19 November 2014 - Birmingham
Chaired by Dr Richard Hatchett and with an opening address by Katerina Kolyva Director of Continued Practice Nursing and Midwifery Council, this national annual conference will provide specialist nurses with a valuable opportunity to hear national updates and best practice for working at advanced practice, and setting up and running nurse led clinics and services in primary and secondary care across a number of specialities including Cardiology. This conference will look at how to demonstrate the value of your clinic or service, and how to continuously measure, monitor and benchmark the impact on patient experience and outcomes, in line with the drive for quality improvement in the NHS reflected by the Francis Inquiry and the CNOs Strategy for Nursing including the 6 C’s.
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A 20% discount* is available for registrants via the Arrhythmia Alliance by quoting ref: hcuk20AA when booking. (*cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Full T&Cs available upon request.)
21 November 2014 - Birmingham - £50 to attend
The morning session aims to give an overview of the National PROMs programme, the uses and limitations of Patient Reported Outcome Measures, how they can be used to calculate QALYs and inform clinical practice. The afternoon has an emphasis on PROMs development and use and will inform attendees of the work that is currently ongoing in the field, and what we are learning.
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24 - 26 November 2014 - University of Birmingham
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27 - 28 November 2014 - London
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28 November 2014 - Royal Institiute of British Architects, London
22-24 January 2015, The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, UAE
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26 - 29 January 2015 - University of Birmingham
This course is suitable for GP’s, nurses and other health care professionals aiming to acquire specialised skills and qualifications in heart failure management with primary and community care
27 February 2015
• Stroke prevention
• Pre- & intra-procedural imaging
• Patient selection
• Case examples and tips & tricks
5 March 2014 - London
6 March 2014 - LondonFor more information please contact the BSH Secretariat on email@example.com or visit the BSH website www.bsh.org.uk