Best Practice | 18–19 OCTOBER 2017 | BIRMINGHAM NEC // THE HEART OF PRIMARY CARE

 

Best Practice in Nursing

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JCN

Stand: G10
JCN

Through our journals (Journal of Community Nursing and Journal of General Practice Nursing), websites and regional study days we provide healthcare professionals working in primary care with a vital source of free education in key areas of care. 

Our new online digital learning zone, which is available in an easy-to-use, module format, counts towards revalidation. So, whether you want to find out more about a product relevant to your scope of practice, or learn more about a particular condition or aspect of care, log on today, complete the module and MCQs, then download your certificate and record CPD hours — all of which count towards your individual learning — in our free-to-use revalidation e-portfolio. 

Visit stand G10 to meet the team and register today to receive all our educational resources (both online and in print).

Address

Wound Care People
1st Floor Unit G, Wixford Park
George's Elm Lane, Bidford upon Avon
Alcester
Warwickshire
B50 4JS
United Kingdom

Website

http://www.jcn.co.uk & www.journalofpracticenursing.co.uk

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  • "Best Practice is an important event which enables GPs to come together to network, interact with different organisations, raise their questions and get their views across."
    Dr Maureen Baker
    RCGP
  • "Come together to network, interact with different organisations, raise their questions and get their views across."
    Dr John Baker
  • "I attended last year and was impressed. It is really useful to get details on the national and strategic agenda. It’s also great to have the DDA incorporated so I can attend some sessions there too, plus it is a time to speak to the suppliers you want to, when you have time, unlike in the practice!"
    Judy Cole
    Practice Manager
  • "Best Practice has been great to get up to date with clinical, admin and technology aspects. There is a good variety of talks here."
    Dr Daniel de Brauw


 

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