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 Study Days, Seminars & Events

September 2017

The Royal Marsden National Cancer Pain Study Day
13 September 2017, The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre

September 2017

Infection Prevention 2017

18-20 September 2017, Manchester

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Infection Prevention 2017

It will be our pleasure and privilege to welcome you to the Infection Prevention Society conference #IP2017

As promised, the Scientific Programme Committee for IP2017 has taken cognisance of your feedback from IP2016, the latest current and emerging threats, and state-of-the-art research on the optimisation of service/behaviour change to create a comprehensive series of lectures, specialist streams and meet-the expert sessions. This year's programme sees the introduction of a new international engagement stream and also a new facilities and estates sessions to help discuss, resolve and inform on those difficult issues that impact so much on infection risks, and the perception of risks, in a variety of healthcare settings.

 

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September 2017

The Institute of Biomedical Science Congress 2017
Linking Learning to the Laboratory

24-27 September 2017, ICC, Birmingham

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The Institute of Biomedical Science Congress 2017; Linking Learning to the Laboratory

The UK's biggest learning event for biomedical scientists.

 

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September 2017

Human Factors Training Course
28 September 2017, Central London

October 2017

Nursing USA 2017
International Conference and Exhibition on Nursing & Palliative Science

4-6 October, 2017. Chicago, USA

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Nursing USA 2017. International Conference and Exhibition on Nursing & Palliative Science

Nursing is an artful science, which requires a strong inclination towards social sciences and humanities in addition to scientific knowledge and skill. Nursing practice plays a crucial role in maintaining and promoting health in people, societies and the overall populance. One of the major challenges faced by the nursing community is to educate and address health issues for all individuals and to provide equal and accessible health care to people irrespective of social, economic and ethnic divides. The International Conference and Exhibition on Nursing and Palliative Science brings to the forefront the advances in nursing science and practice, spreading awareness about health issues as well as management of health and wellbeing by sharing research, ideas and models of practice.

The International Conference and Exhibition on Nursing and Palliative Science is the perfect source for information on continuing medical education nursing courses as well as the most happening worldwide conferences in the field of health care.

The International Conference and Exhibition on Nursing and Palliative Science aims to share information and skill of nursing, midwifery and healthcare personnel all over the world and to influence and inspire students and professionals to work for social care needs of their respective communities.

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October 2017

5th National Operating Theatre Conference
Effective and Efficient Operating Theatres

12 October 2017, Royal College of General Practitioners, London

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5th National Operating Theatre Conference - Effective and Efficient Operating Theatres

The focus for the 5th National Operating Theatre Conference is Effectiveness and Efficiency and this is reflected prominently in the programme.

There is an excellent mix of evidence and cases from clinical practice from all over the UK. The event is an excellent resource and opportunity to network with colleagues providing evidence, anecdote and information to take back to your own operating theatres.

The target audience are operating theatre managers, senior clinical perioperative professionals, Government organisations with an interest in Operating Theatres and academics.

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October 2017

Anaesthesia for major surgery: what's new?
12 October 2017, The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre

October 2017

The Royal Marsden Palliative Care Study Day
16 October 2017, The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre

October 2017

Children and Young People Oncology Palliative Care Study Day: improving clinical practice
19 October 2017, The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre

November 2017

The Faculty of Perioperative Care Annual Conference 2017
The Surgical Team: Are Perioperative Practitioners Increasingly Working Towards a Medical Model of Care?
4 November 2017, Birmingham

November 2017

7th ERAS UK Conference
10 November, 2017, Newcastle

November 2017

The 10th Royal Marsden Pain and Opioid Conference
16-17 November 2017, The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre

November 2017

Resuscitation Council (UK): Scientific Symposium 2017
17 November, 2017, The National Motorcycle Museum
 
 
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The Operating Theatre Journal, OTJ, is published monthly and distributed to every hospital operating theatre department in the UK. The distribution includes both the National Health Service and the Private Sector.

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