“Excellent opportunity to attend relevant sessions to update my knowledge on topics which are specific to primary care, I would definitely recommend the event to others.”

Last week, over 200 primary care nurses came together for the 2018 Nursing in Practice North East conference, which took place at the Hardwick Hall. Here our nurses were able to network and learn in a relaxed environment, and gain the latest insight and clinical updates.

This year’s agenda covered transgender patients, diabetes, asthma and many more topics. The expert speaker panel, which included representatives from GenderGP, Autism in Mind, Dementia UK and NHS England, delivered engaging talks that provided our nurses with the latest insight and advice.

We have already had fantastic feedback from the event attendees:

““The event allowed me to network, enhance my knowledge and look at products which may be helpful to my patients.”

“Excellent teaching on a variety of specialisms in a networking atmosphere. Also very affirming of our nursing profession - I came away quite excited to apply what I learned.”

We have plenty of events coming up around the UK bringing the Nursing in Practice brand to your doorstep:

  • Nursing in Practice Manchester – 12th June 2018
  • Nursing in Practice Birmingham – 28th June 2018
  • Nursing in Practice Bristol – 6th September 2018
  • Nursing in Practice London – 25th September 2018
  • Nursing in Practice Sheffield – 9th October 2018
  • Nursing in Practice Bournemouth – 31st October 2018
  • Nursing in Practice Cardiff – 27th November 2018

Nursing in Practice events are conscious of bringing together the nursing community with key stakeholders from across the healthcare industry, with the event also offering an exhibition alongside the conference.

Leading pharmaceutical companies, charitable organisations and innovative providers were able to discuss the latest cutting-edge medications and showcase their products to the attendees.

Now in their 15th year, Nursing in Practice events are free-to-attend and are designed to support nurses in gaining participatory learning hours, building their knowledge, and helping them stay at the cutting-edge of the latest treatments and guidance.