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Free for all primary care and community nurses, Nursing in Practice has over 15 years precedence in providing high-quality CPD and professional development to nursing staff. Secure your free place now to benefit from:

  • CPD to contribute towards your portfolio and support revalidation
  • Conference sessions covering NICE guidance updates, clinical workshops, keynote speakers and more
  • Varied exhibition featuring key companies, associations, charities and recruiters
  • The chance to listen to industry experts and gain knowledge that can help you better support your patients
  • Invaluable networking opportunity with hundreds of like-minded colleagues
  • A free lunch
  • Downloadable certificate of attendance and some presentations

How to get there

Venue and travel information will be announced soon
Venue and travel information will be announced soon

Venue

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        Glasgow
        

  

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Accommodation

We have a limited number of exclusive hotel deals for attendees of this event. These special offers can be booked by telephone or online.

Quote Special Reference Code: M3KY7

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Book your hotel by phone or email

Hotel reservations: 020 7292 2320

Alternatively, if you would like assistance with your hotel booking you can contact Jessica, our dedicated hotel expert. Simply email jessica@hotelmap.com with your requirements, phone number and Special Reference Code M3KY7 and she will get back to you to discuss your hotel options.

“The event was very well structured and well ran. The information given was informative and useful for my application in practice. Staff were very professional and all speakers delivery style was excellent.”
Emma Chadwick, Practice Nurse
“An uplifting day, just what we need to keep inspired to meet the daily challenges in practice. A chance to mingle and chat with other colleagues. A chance to listen to interesting speakers. A chance to stop and reflect with a cup of coffee – great!”
Susan Iannaccone, Practice Nurse

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