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Best Practice in Nursing

9-10 October 2019, Birmingham NEC


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The heart of nursing at the home of General Practice

17 & 18 October 2018

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It's an exciting but stressful time for nurses and often primary care nursing can feel isolated.

At Best Practice in Nursing, you'll be able to speak to other nurses who share the same fears you do and are also working on gaining advanced skills and revalidating. With a reassuring speaker line up, informal workshops and a networking bar, there’s never been a better environment for the nursing community to come together to learn together.

The beauty of having the Best Practice event next door means that it is very likely your practice managers and GPs will be attending anyway  - so you can come as a practice team and really share learnings and findings to benefit the practice and your patients for the following 12 months and more!

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Exhibiting at Best Practice in Nursing will give you access to 2000 senior nurses, band 5 and above.  With many practices now running a closed door policy, it is here you can benefit from over eight hours of unparalleled face to face time for serious business and clinical conversations.

Nurses provide an important role in general practice, involved in most aspects of patient care.  Responsible for screening, hands on treatment, prescribing and referrals, nurses are seeing one third of all appointments in practice.  

Nurses are major influencers in practice purchasing and with increasing budgetary responsibility, in many cases, they make the decisions.  Therefore getting your brand in front of practice nurses is vital.  

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What they said

  • "Finally, an opportunity to network within primary care nursing! There’s been so many interesting things (at the conference). So many opportunities network and develop updated care." Practice Nurse
  • "We came for the CPD as it was great to be able to collect so many CPD hours in one place. The quality of the speakers was very good. I also enjoyed the variety of the exhibition and the high level of interaction with the exhibitors." Stephanie O’Leary, Practice Nurse
  • Well done and thank you to everyone who organised this event, it was so good to finally see Practice and Community Nursing at the top of the agenda. I've come away feeling hugely inspired by all the speakers and also have plans to become more involved in the changes that are happening in North Yorkshire in our area of nursing. Everyone's enthusiasm and drive was evident and it made me feel even prouder to be part of such a great profession. Mell, Clinical nurse
  • "The conference programme covers everything, including great mandatory training! The exhibition was fantastic and I’ve managed to meet a lot of different nurses. I will be able to take what I’ve learnt and put it into practice straight away!" Judith Winter, Specialist Primary Care Practitioner