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Conferences & Masterclasses

Researched by our experienced conference producers our CPD certified conferences offer national policy and evidenced based research updates, best practice case study presentations and extended sessions delivered by high profile and experienced speakers leading in their field or area of practice.  Programmes will provide delegates with practical guidance, tips and advice for improving services to ensure high quality patient care, experience and outcomes, and ensure high quality networking opportunities. 

Facilitator led indepth, interactive masterclasses and training courses focussing on specific areas of practice and role development and offering practical teaching and coaching through case study excersises and groupwork. Our masterclasses allow more time for one-to-one discussion allowing time to reflect on individual cases, challenges and issues.

Date
Title
Thu 26 - Fri 27 Nov 2020
Root Cause Analysis: 2 Day Masterclass
West One De Vere, London
Friday 4 Dec 2020
Caldicott Guardian Training Course
West One De Vere, London
Monday 14 Dec 2020

Latest News

Coronavirus Upate
Tuesday 17 Mar 2020
All forthcoming events postponed from 18th March 2020 onwards for the next 2/3 months.
News and updates for today's Liberty Protection Safeguards conference
Monday 3 Feb 2020
Updating you on the implications of the new Act and the implementation of the Liberty Protection Safeguards in your service.
News and updates for today's Strengths Based Social Work conference
Friday 31 Jan 2020
Focusing on implementing a strengths-based approach, and applying the Strengths-based Based Practice Framework for Professional Practice in Adult Social Work.
Learning from mistakes: An open and honest review of failings in handling a serious complaint
Friday 10 Jan 2020
Today, the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) has published an important review. It looks at the way PHSO handled a serious complaint from the father of a young woman who tragically died in December 2012, following very serious failures in her care by a number of different organisations.