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Best Practice in Nursing

9-10 October 2019, Birmingham NEC


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Exhibitor Press Releases


Exhibitor Press Releases

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  • Prospect Health has been working with GP practices for over 15 years and following changes enforced by the BMA in 2016; the recruitment professionals, have been working tirelessly to secure GP practic ...
  • Given the growing demands for more accessible specialist health services, the P-CNS is increasingly of the view that people with neurological conditions (whether complex or not) need to have the option of being managed in community. Therefore, to acknowledge and reflect the growing importance that is being placed on delivering community services, the P-CNS has taken the decision to rename. So, by the time you get to this year’s Best Practice, the P-CNS will stand for the Primary care and Community Neurology Society. Although we will have a new logo, which you can see here, it looks much the same as the old with the emphasis still being on P-CNS. Look out for our new website which we will be launching very soon. You will be able to access at

  • A new online market The Locum Market was launched on the 7th September.  It enables locums, GP practices and agencies to request or offer local GP locum jobs quickly, easily and at a lower cost than any other option. This is made possible by specially-developed technology which automates and integrates many of the processes involved, delivering greater operational efficiency, rate transparency* and reduced costs.

  • New Lucrative GP positions in Australia

    11 Oct 2016 Martine Levine
    We have just secured a contract to extensively recruit for one of the BIGGEST primary healthcare establishments in Australia who are offering GP job opportunities across the country, in some of the most desirable locations.
  • Two of IntraHealth’s applications to be part of the NHS Clinical Pharmacists in General Practice Pilot have been successful. Our applications were submitted following feedback from patient participation groups and communication direct with patients; where the vast majority of patients confirmed that a Clinical Pharmacist working in the practice would be of interest to them. Our 2 bids were among 73 successful bids from around the country and were chosen from 292 applications. These projects will recruit 10 pharmacists within our practices (6 in County Durham and 4 in Wolverhampton) to work as part of the core general practice team to improve patient experience and reduce GP workload. The pilot is part of the Government’s GP workforce 10 point plan. The model will involve a senior pharmacist supporting a small group of clinical pharmacists who will develop their skills to play a pivotal role in the challenges around GP capacity. Clinical Pharmacists are medicine experts and would work closely with your GP and the rest of the practice team to help patients.