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Welcome to Nursing in Practice Events

For primary care and community nurses.

Dates for your diary:

Nursing in Practice Liverpool
Save the date – Tuesday 4th February 2020

Nursing in Practice Belfast
Save the date – Wednesday 26th February 2020

Nursing in Practice Glasgow
Save the date – Tuesday 3rd March 2020

Nursing in Practice Northampton
3 April 2019
Park Inn by Radisson
Registration now open –book here!

Nursing in Practice Newcastle
22 May 2019
Hilton Newcastle Gateshead
Registration now open –book here!

Nursing in Practice Manchester
13 June 2019
Bridgewater Hall
Registration now open –book here!

Nursing in Practice Birmingham
20 June 2019
National Conference Centre
Registration now open –book here!

Nursing in Practice Bristol
12 September 2019
Grand Mercure Bristol
Registration now open –book here!

Nursing in Practice London
24 September 2019
Olympia London
Registration now open –book here!

Nursing in Practice Sheffield
8 October 2019
Sheffield City Hall
Registration now open –book here!

Nursing in Practice Southampton
31 October 2019
Registration now open –book here!

Nursing in Practice Cardiff
19 November 2019
All Nations Centre
Registration now open –book here!


WHO ARE WE?

Since 2001, Nursing in Practice magazine has focused on the issues that matter for primary care and community nursing staff. Our 18 year heritage, combined with a diverse advisory board, readers, contributors and speakers, gives us an unique understanding of the opportunities and challenges facing our subscribers. Launched in 2003, Nursing in Practice conferences have toured the UK with a series of clinically-led events designed to support professional development. With over 100 events to date, we have welcomed more than 50,000* delegates through the doors, from Glasgow to Plymouth, Belfast to Peterborough. Now taking place in 12 locations annually, Nursing in Practice conferences continue to provide a trusted forum for learning and networking.

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?

The NMC introduced revalidation in 2016 to formalise the process for professional development and ensuring all nursing staff engage in meaningful learning throughout their careers. For 16 years, Nursing in Practice events have provided a proven forum for participatory learning.

  • Free to attend for all primary care and community nurses
  • Post event access to some presentations to allow for reflection
  • Access to a certificate of attendance towards your CPD hours
  • A chance to connect with colleagues from across your region
  • A supporting exhibition where the companies supporting you and your patients

Please note that pharmaceutical companies will be attending this event. In accordance with ABPI guidelines, we are unable to accept student registrations for this event.

*Please note, we will not accept registrations from secondary care nurses, those who work in hospitals, retired or student nurses, or healthcare assistants. We can only accept registrations from fully qualified registered primary care nurses. 

Alan Tipping Nursing & Midwife council Nursing in Practice 2015_ Manchester

Nursing in Practice 2015_ Manchester

Nursing in Practice 2015_ Manchester