2022 has been a great year so far with an extensive mix of virtual and in-person events across our media brands, with active attendance across our healthcare audiences.


Our recent PCN Birmingham forum had an overwhelming turnout with over 50 PCN Clinical Directors joining us. Drawing on the feedback from our events in London and Birmingham, we have included pertinent topics such as QOF 2022/23, community engagement quality standards, digital transformation in general practice, role of federations/PCNs and collaborative working and more.

The Birmingham editions of Pulse 365 LIVE and Nursing in Practice successfully delivered an engaging CPD-accredited programme delivered by a panel of experts covering key clinical areas including menstrual disorders in teenagers, management of heart failure, transforming asthma care, Type 2 diabetes, finding cancer and more.

The 2022 General Practice Awards has received a record number of entries from healthcare professionals (HCPs), with the new Vaccination Service of the Year category proving particularly popular. Supplier categories are still open for entries so if your business has been providing exceptional support to primary care, make sure you put your team forward. We also have several sponsorship opportunities remaining – contact [email protected] for more information.

The 365 VIRTUAL programmes for Pulse and Nursing in Practice continued to deliver high quality clinical content and we have seen fantastic engagement from our HPC communities. The next virtual programmes will take place on 5-7 July and 13 July, with sponsored sessions from AstraZeneca. If you are interested in sponsoring these events, please contact [email protected].

Looking ahead to 2023, the team are working on exciting plans to optimise our engagement with our HCP audience through the newly launched PULSE 365 platform and the soon-to-be released Nursing in Practice 365 edition – offering a greater choice of event content, both live and on-demand.