We’ve already held successful events this year in Glasgow, Belfast, Newcastle and Manchester, which saw over 2,500 nurses come together to learn and network.
Nursing in Practice Bournemouth is set to continue this great run with top quality speakers presenting on the key clinical issues facing primary and community care nurses in the South East of England.
And, as always, attendees will receive a certificate of attendance that will count as 6 hours of CPD for your portfolio!
Conference sessions include:
• Hypoglycemia and the management of Type 2 Diabetes
• Updates in respiratory care and COPD
• Wound care management
• Detecting the mental health ‘risk factors’
• Sexual health...
Once again, attendance is free of charge – including lunch, and free refreshments during the day – for qualifying healthcare professionals. Sign up today by clicking below:
Who should attend? All primary care nurses including:
• Practice nurses
• Health visitors
• Community nurses
• School nurses
• Health assistants
• Nursing managers
• District nurses
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As part of our campaign, Nursing in Practice is looking to call on parliament to set up a debate to celebrate the vital work that you do.
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Nursing in Practice are conducting a survey to find out more about the conversations between parents and healthcare professionals on nutrition in children under 5 years of age.
By taking the survey, you will also have the opportunity to enter into a prize draw for the chance to win one of five M&S vouchers worth £25.
This survey is exclusively for health care professionals and not the general public.