The JCN Exhibition and Study days are, as ever, an invaluable opportunity to meet with exhibitors, discuss latest products, treatments and techniques. At this unique educational event you can attend a selection of professional, certificated study sessions* that will focus on many important areas of your caseload.
You can also catch up with colleagues while enjoying a complimentary two course hot lunch. Best of all, it’s FREE, all compliments of the Journal of Community Nursing.
For 2014 we again have a programme of fourteen regional events which features new venues as well as favourites from previous years.
As well as continuing their tradition of providing free local education for all those working in the community, 2014 sees the JCN Exhibition and Study Days developing their model to include:
Skill zones: Practical hands-on sessions that focus on important areas of practice in the community. There will be three zones per event that teach practical skills through interactive demonstrations across a number of therapy areas.
Regional sessions: Hosted by the local NHS organisations, these sessions will cover topics that are 100% relevant to the local community. Session topics could include formulary launches/updates, local guidelines for a clinical therapy area or updates on the changing structure of the locality making these sessions totally relevant and unmissable for the local nursing community.
Main sessions: Two lecture style sessions delivered by clinical specialists which are relevant to community nursing practice.
To register for these importatnt events, please select the venue you would like to attend from the menu on the left. Click the Register now button, fill in the booking form and your e-ticket will be sent to you via e-mail. It’s that simple!
Please register as early as possible to ensure that we can cater for you.
If you need to discuss your registration or experience any problems, please contact Exhibition Reservations on our Contact page.
* Note, at certain venues, the number of study places is limited and thus are available on a first-come first-served basis.