Private Practice 2013
The Private Practice Conference registration is now closed
Acute & General Medicine Conference
Hospital doctors looking to update their clinical skills can register to attend Acute & General Medicine Conference for two days of medical training. Gain up to 12 CPD points accredited by the Royal College of Physicians through the expert speaker line-up and find out the latest clinical updates from the 11 stream cross-specialty programme.
Delegates can create their own bespoke programme according to their training needs, combining both speaker seminars with hands-on practical workshops designed to instil confidence and provide clinicians with the best training that can be transferred straight back to the ward.
The Private Practice Conference
Times are tough for NHS consultants – whose income has declined in real terms over the last three years. With flat funding and rising waiting lists in the NHS, many want to start a private practice and offer a higher quality service. But it is a big step to run a business, in addition to keeping up-to-date clinically. And that is where Private Practice Conference comes in - offering expert advice on finance, regulatory compliance and business development.
The Private Practice Conference 2013 programme will offer expert insight and guidance to practice managers, all consultant specialties, including surgeons, physicians, radiologists, ophthalmologists, gynaecologists, urologists and anaesthetists who practice privately outside of the NHS, or are looking to do so.
Topics covered include business planning, marketing strategies, regulatory compliance, indemnity and admitting rights, outsourcing and procurement, taxation, quality management and personal finance.
Private Practice will be held alongside two established events: Acute and General Medicine Conference and Hospital Directions, which will bring leading clinical and managerial figures together under one roof.
For those doctors and practice managers who have recently set up, or intend to set up a private practice, or for more established clinicians who want to refresh the basics or plug a knowledge gap.
Masterclass sessions for those who have already established a successful practice and want to develop it further. It will also appeal to those looking to fast track their knowledge by combining the two days for a complete grounding.
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