BLACKPOOL

Please Note: This event is in the past

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Opening times
8:45 AM - 3:15 PM
Venue
Village Urban Resort, East Park Drive, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY3 8LL
Tel
01789 582 000

Workshops

All of our clinical content is delivered by clinicians who are experts in their field, and 5 of our sessions count towards revalidation.

Exhibition opens at 8.15am, first session commences at 9.30pm.
Day concludes at 3.35pm.

A Certificate of Attendance will be issued.

EXCITING NEWS!
We will be launching the NEW JCN REVALIDATION TOOL at our events this year
LEARN HOW TO USE IT TO SUPPORT YOUR LEARNING
including a session on what revalidation means and what you need to do
Book now as spaces are limited.

All of our clinical content is delivered by clinicians who are experts in their field, and 5 of our sessions count towards revalidation.

Exhibition opens at 8.15am, first session commences at 9.30pm.
Day concludes at 3.35pm.

A Certificate of Attendance will be issued.

EXCITING NEWS!
We will be launching the NEW JCN REVALIDATION TOOL at our events this year
LEARN HOW TO USE IT TO SUPPORT YOUR LEARNING
including a session on what revalidation means and what you need to do
Book now as spaces are limited.

All of our clinical content is delivered by clinicians who are experts in their field, and 5 of our sessions count towards revalidation.

Exhibition opens at 8.15am, first session commences at 9.30pm.
Day concludes at 3.35pm.

(full details of content to follow)

EXCITING NEWS!
We will be launching the NEW JCN REVALIDATION TOOL at our events this year
LEARN HOW TO USE IT TO SUPPORT YOUR LEARNING
including a session on what revalidation means and what you need to do
Book now as spaces are limited.

All of our clinical content is delivered by clinicians who are experts in their field, and 5 of our sessions count towards revalidation.

Exhibition opens at 8.15am, first session commences at 9.30pm.
Day concludes at 3.35pm.

(full details of content to follow)

EXCITING NEWS!
We will be launching the NEW JCN REVALIDATION TOOL at our events this year
LEARN HOW TO USE IT TO SUPPORT YOUR LEARNING
including a session on what revalidation means and what you need to do
Book now as spaces are limited.

All of our clinical content is delivered by clinicians who are experts in their field, and 5 of our sessions count towards revalidation.

Exhibition opens at 8.15am, first session commences at 9.30pm.
Day concludes at 3.35pm.

(full details of content to follow) 

EXCITING NEWS!
We will be launching the NEW JCN REVALIDATION TOOL at our events this year
LEARN HOW TO USE IT TO SUPPORT YOUR LEARNING
including a session on what revalidation means and what you need to do
Book now as spaces are limited.

All of our clinical content is delivered by clinicians who are experts in their field, and 5 of our sessions count towards revalidation.

Exhibition opens at 8.15am, first session commences at 9.30pm.
Day concludes at 3.35pm.

A regional presentation hosted by your local NHS organisation  

EXCITING NEWS!
We will be launching the NEW JCN REVALIDATION TOOL at our events this year
LEARN HOW TO USE IT TO SUPPORT YOUR LEARNING
including a session on what revalidation means and what you need to do
Book now as spaces are limited.
Our events aim to help nurses working in primary care to understand and meet the new revalidation requirements:
  -   Free attendance for all primary care nurses in your area
  -   Six educational sessions delivered in one day
  -   Presented by leading clinicians
  -   Covers theory and practical skills for community practice
  -   Exhibition with latest products, demonstrations and samples
  -   Attendance contributes to revalidation

Includes free lunch and refreshments.

Coming soon: Our new FREE revalidation tool - click here for more information.

Exhibitors

Limited stand spaces are still available for this event.
For more information email Alec on alec@jcn.co.uk

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Please Note: This event is in the past