Nurses will be able to access the latest professional and clinical content at Nursing in Practice’s first event of the year in London this April.
The three-stream programme will also offer networking opportunities, up-to-date clinical information from leading professionals, an exhibition with service providers and organisations, free CPD for revalidation portfolios and the chance to ask experts questions.
The keynote presentation will be from Dr Kamilla Kamaruddin, a GP in transgender healthcare in the East of England Gender Service, on barriers to healthcare for trans people.
Topics also include dietary interventions to reduce LDL cholesterol, facts and myths about fever, supporting women through perimenopause and menopause, and exercise and osteoporosis.
Attendees can pick the presentations most relevant to their role their practice and their patients from multiple streams of talks.
Marilyn Eveleigh, registered nurse, midwife, health visitor and a Nursing in Practice advisory board member, said: ‘Having played our part in the pandemic, I’m delighted nurses now have the opportunity to refresh and recharge ourselves at Nursing in Practice London. We certainly deserve it.
‘I’m going to be there and I hope to see some familiar faces and to welcome many new ones. There are three streams with topics that underpin primary care: I predict you will be spoilt for choice.’
London programme highlights
- Stream 1 chaired by practicing nurse Marilyn Eveleigh – including dietary interventions to reduce LDL cholesterol, and an update on diagnosing and managing atrial fibrillation.
- Stream 2 chaired by nurse practitioner Helen Lewis – including facts and myths about fever, supporting women through perimenopause and menopause, and endocrine disorders.
- Stream 3 chaired by Nursing in Practice editor Carolyn Scott – including dementia as a palliative condition, exercise and osteoporosis, plus screening and treatment options for alcohol use disorders.