The first ever Management in Practice Newcastle conference took place last week at Newcastle Racecourse. The conference saw Practice Managers, Directors and Administrators attend the event, with sessions well attended throughout the day.
There was a full programme of engaging and thought provoking content this year, with a fantastic keynote speech, courtesy of former RAF fast jet pilot Mandy Hickson, as well as an excellent programme consisting of engaging and informative talks and presentations.
Other highlights included:
- The opening session delivered by Dan Cowie exploring Sustainability and Transformation plans and their implications on general practice
- Sessions covering a variety of topics including HR, bid writing and leadership
- A panel discussion on collaborative working
- A packed exhibition with a range of services and products available to improve your practice’s performance
What did our delegates think of the event?
“The event was very well presented and very relevant. The speakers were excellent and the structure of the day was very good. I look forward to the next event in Newcastle.” – Ann Crosby
“An excellent day, thought provoking and extremely well organised. There was a good range of topics all suited to Practice Management and it was great to be able to visit stalls and ask questions face to face.” – Sheila Owens
“Most enjoyable day, excellent speakers especially keynote speaker who, despite being the after lunch session, kept us all wide awake and interested!” – Susan Harrigan
The Management in Practice events team are conscious of bringing together the healthcare community with other key stakeholders from the industry, with the event offering an exhibition alongside the conference.
Leading service providers and associations were able to discuss the latest cutting-edge solutions and showcase their latest products and services to attendees.
Management in Practice events are free to attend for Practice Managers, Practice Directors, Practice Administrators, GP Partners and Secretaries. The events have been designed to support those at the forefront of primary care business management in staying up to date with policy change, developing long term business strategy and seeking practice efficiencies. Management in Practice will be travelling to London on 28th September and then on to Birmingham on 5th December.