The first Pulse LIVE conference of 2018 took place on 27 and 28 March at the London Olympia Conference Centre. Attendees heard from expert speakers from across primary care, networked with hundreds of their peers and colleagues, and explored a packed exhibition.

We welcomed over 800 GPs from across the UK. Our audience was able to create personalised agendas, choosing from a wide range of topics across seven concurrent streams of content.

Highlights of Pulse LIVE London 2018 included:

  • The Great GP Debate kicked off each day asking whether bigger is always better and should GPs stop prescribing strong analgesics
  • Keynote addresses from GMC chief executive and registrar, Charlie Massey, and shadow secretary for health, Jonathan Ashworth
  • The wide range of topics covered across the Your Practice, Your Patients and Your Skills workshops
  • The debut of Pulse Learning LIVE, taking place during the breaks on the exhibition floor, covering topics including migraine, depression and vitamin D

What did our delegates think of the event?

“Highly recommended educational event, most relevant to general practice, presented in succinct manner.” Dr Nausheen Jilani, Sessional/Locum GP

“The event is so effective and exciting! It can meet every doctor's need!” Dr Jian Feng Guo, GP

“A thoroughly enjoyable, enlightening experience which i would strongly recommend to colleagues.” Dr Roy Boodhun, GP Partner

“Really enjoyed the whole event from the various relevant talks, networking and the exhibition. Will be taking lots of ideas back to practice.” Dr Nargas Nazir, GP Partner

“Had a wonderful time. Informative, great speakers, stalls and a lovely packed lunch!” Dr Naeemah Haji, GP


Pulse LIVE conferences are a series of seminars and workshops that tackle clinical, regulatory, practice business and personal development subjects specifically for GPs; led by prominent specialists from primary and secondary care.