Best Practice Show 12-13 October 2022 NEC Birmingham

The Best Practice Show, UK’s number one event for the primary care and general practice community and recognised by Exhibition News as an award-winning show, returns to the NEC Birmingham on 12-13 October 2022.

Free for healthcare professionals, the conference programme will provide up to 12 hours of CPD certified training, expertly tailored to meet the training requirements of healthcare professionals, with clinical content closely following the GP curriculum spearheaded by the Royal College of General Practitioners.

The programme will address major policy topics impacting general practice, such as around access, health inequalities, digital innovation, and the GP contract.

It was also cover range of clinical issues around areas such as cancer, dermatology, diabetes, gastroenterology, neurology, mental health, and cardiovascular disease. This year we’ll also have a renewed focus on women’s health and pain management as well as more content on immunisations.

Join us to find out why we’re the best in the business and the home for general practice.

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Reasons to attend:

  • For over a decade, more than 4,000 senior decision makers from the primary care community attend the Best Practice Show annually
  • Free to attend for healthcare professionals within general practice and primary care
  • Cutting edge CPD accredited conference programme with 11 theatres and 200+ sessions:
  • Hear from 150 expert speakers who are passionate about sharing their knowledge and experience
  • Experience a new Theatre by the BMA
  • Meet 200 exciting exhibitors who will show you the latest products and services
  • 82% previous attendees felt the event provided extremely clear, practical, and useful information
  • 91% previous attendees felt Best Practice Show met or exceeded their expectations
  • Proudly incorporating Best Practice in Nursing and Respiratory Professional Care, all held in one hall at the Best Practice Show

Download our latest conference programme through this link.

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