Healthcare events organised nationwide

Like most events, be they workshops, seminars of large conferences, healthcare and other medical events require a lot of thought and planning to ensure they run smoothly for all involved. For instance, when planning an event in large urban areas like Central or South East London, where medical events are frequently held, good directional information to the venue is essential.

But there are many other steps that need consideration when planning an event. Steps such as picking a suitable date and time to run the event, when to launch and how is it going to be marketed to ensure good attendance are all important factors.

The highly specialised and technical nature of medical events in particular can make organisation even more of a hassle, which is where healthcare and other media events in London can truly become a nightmare. Fortunately for those hosting healthcare and medical events in London, there are experienced professionals able to help manage, organise, and run your media event.

Primary Care Neurology Society Events

Neurology Red Flags - What to do next?
Sat morning, 14th October, Bletchley
This Primary Care Neurology Society morning workshop will be lead by consultant neurologists - Dr Martin Turner in October with input into the topics provided by GPwSI and P-CNS Chair Dr Nassif Mansour.

It is an ideal opportunity for GPs and the wider primary care team to refresh their knowledge and skills in identifying and taking appropriate action when patients present with key neurology ‘red flags' symptoms. For further details and book click here
Neurology Red Flags - What to do next?
4th November, Queen Elizabeth Foundation, Banstead, Surrey
Details as above, accept this workshop is lead by neurologist, Dr Gerard Saldhana

Community Therapists Network

Mental Capacity Assessment - Getting it right!
22nd September, Manchester

This workshop is lead by two leading experts in the field, Mark Jayes, a speech and language therapist since 2003, with a special interest and expertise in Mental Capacity Assessment and and Mathieu Culverhouse, Associate at Irwin Mitchell with expertise in Mental Capacity Law.

To read more, including the detailed agenda and to secure one of the 10 special offer places at  £95, click here .

Learning how to use the Therapy Outcome Measure
5th October, Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists, London

This workshop, lead by Prof Pam Enderby, will enable participants to be able to select an appropriate outcome measure for their clinical practice. Delegates go away with a greater understand of how best to collect and measure outcomes data on clients receiving treatments. The day includes both theoretical and practical components.

To enquire about this workshop email

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Expert event planning

Healthcare and medical events in the UK are big business. With several hundred major events planned throughout the year, with more being added to the schedule, it's clear that medical events have the potential to be extraordinarily successful in the UK. These events draw dozens, if not hundreds of people to the cities that host them, and so they are seen as a boon by everyone from local businesses to tourist boards. These medical events also increase overall awareness of certain diseases and conditions in the UK, and so they have a direct, positive effect on public health.

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Management and organisation of nationwide events

This is especially true of UK healthcare events that focus on problems endemic to the areas in which they take place. For example, after a recent medical event in London that dealt with suicide prevention, there was a noticeable drop in suicide amongst patients already receiving treatment. In this way, medicine as a whole is advanced and elevated through the sharing of knowledge and experience that occurs at these incredibly important events. Management of these events may seem like a daunting task, but it is well worth it. A great deal of that effort can in fact be contracted to specialised firms that deal primarily with UK healthcare and medical events.

If you are looking for event management support then do get in touch with us. We are happy to help with any aspect of the event management from simply managing the delegate bookings through to the full development and management of an event. 

To view the upcoming events created, organised and managed by Innervate, please view the calendar below:
For upcoming health and medical events, contact Innervate,
based in South East London on: 
020 3479 5111
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