Hero Subpage

Exhibitor Press Releases

Add image via the cog --->

CRUK

cruk banner

Exhibitor Press Releases

Loading
  • Best Practice Show Release

    17 Sep 2018 Rachel Webster
    AAH Dispensing Doctors and MASTA will be showcasing their healthcare services to General Practice professionals at the Best Practice Show on the 17th and 18th October. AAH Dispensing Doctors has been ...
  • 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 www.p-cns.org.uk.

  • Brexit Stock Locator

    25 Sep 2018

    Wavedata have been collecting information about the offers made to retail pharmacists and dispensing doctors since 2000. This allows us to not only know who has stock and what price they are charging, but how the price is changing over time.

    Wavedata are planning a new website which will allow users to see which suppliers have stock, and whether or not there is a supply problem.

    This will help customers find precious medical products as we go through Brexit and beyond.

  • Lec Medical will showcase the very latest innovations in medical refrigeration and temperature monitoring at the Best Practice Show, Europe’s largest annual conference and exhibition for grassroots general practice and the wider primary care community. Attracting more than 5,500 GPs, Practice Managers, federations, Nurses and CCG professionals over the course of two days, Best Practice provides a platform for experts to update practitioners in one of the most anticipated networking and exhibition events of the year for the sector. 

     

     

  • Model contracts follow guidelines set by the BMA. The contracts are for Salaried GPs working in GMS and PMS surgeries.  Prospect Health has been working with GP practices for over 15 years and followi ...
  • Prospect Health is exclusively representing the Barefoot Program at Best Practice 2018. The Barefoot Program enables GPs at any stage of their career to travel Australia, all expenses paid – that incl ...
  • Anyone suffering with dry eye is looking for an effective and convenient treatment for their symptoms. The EyeBag® – a class 1 medical device developed in 2004 by a consultant ophthalmologist to treat ...
  • The trend for surgeries to become part of wider networks or federations of practices creates a great opportunity for them to use technology to work more effectively with their patients and peers, argu ...
  • As providers of primary care in Brighton, we understand first-hand the challenges faced by your staff at all levels.  We also work with over 1,500 across the country to release GP capacity and upskill other staff members.

    We start with collaboration using our tools to support you to find the best ways for positive change and continuously support you through providing real time data to prove impact.

  • Practices nurses, practice managers and healthcare support workers across England can get recognised accreditation from new courses which allow them to fit their training around their day-to-day work. ...
  • The Medical Defence Union (MDU) is reminding GPs that they will continue to need membership of a medical defence organisation following the introduction of state-backed indemnity in April 2019.

  • Go West for Primary Care Network Interoperability

    17 Jun 2019 Rachael Armstrong-Magee
    The first wave of Primary Care Networks (PCN) are now offering patients new services and are tackling the challenge of interoperability very differently. Some PCNs are wanting practices to use one pri ...