Best Practice offers a stimulating conference programme delivered by healthcare leaders, policymakers and strategists and most importantly - those who are battling to make a difference on the frontline of general practice. The Keynote Theatre, chaired by TV presenter John Stapleton, will stage lively discussion and debate on challenges facing general practice; share national policy updates, update you on ground-breaking work led by the NAPC, and showcase successful examples of primary care transformation from across the UK and beyond.
Best Practice in Nursing
Best Practice in Nursing is the home of nursing at the heart of general practice, running alongside Best Practice – and there are no boundaries between the two events! Combined they offer a fantastic opportunity to bring the primary care community together on masse to focus on the transformation of general practice and its integration into a stronger primary care system. The Best Practice in Nursing conference has two lecture theatres offering a lively mix of clinical updates, practical skills and devices demos and mandatory training – meaning that attending this conference is a time-saving, cost-effective way to meet the bulk of your annual mandatory training requirements in one go, under one roof. Attending both days of the conference will give you 12 RCN CPD points towards the 35 hours you need to accrue over three years prior to revalidation.
World class training for all general practice professionals - at no cost to the delegate
For the GP's
Clinical CPD hours of high-quality business and clinical training and updates for grassroots general practice, to: update you on national healthcare policy; to support you to run a more profitable, resilient practice; to help you to maximise the benefits of working at scale; to update your core clinical skills and to explore the impacts of new integrated models of general practice and primary care.
For the practice managers
AMSPAR CPD and highly practical business and finance training and policy updates for grassroots general practice to: update you on national policy for general practice and how to implement it; to support you to run a more profitable, resilient, CQC-compliant practice; to equip you with the enhanced skills needed to run a thriving, modernised practice within integrated care systems.
For the nurses
Best Practice in Nursing presents an annual, convenient and cost-effective opportunity to update your clinical skills and meet the bulk of your annual mandatory training requirements in one go, under one roof, for free whilst gaining RCN CPD hours for revalidation. Best Practice in Nursing is an opportunity to raise the profile of nurses in general practice and the community.