Care Roadshow London 2019 is part of a series of free regional care events throughout the UK that inform and inspire care home owners, care managers and all those within the healthcare sector.
Join a variety of care suppliers, industry experts and like-minded care professionals to discover innovative products and services as well as the latest updates and ideas from this challenging industry at these stimulating care home events.
Take part in free seminars and workshops, enjoy relaxed networking and interact with specialist products to help maximise your care business to its full potential.
Right at Home can’t wait for the whole network to join forces once again at the Right At Home Annual Conference and Awards, which promises two days of inspirational best practice, networking and celebration of your successes.
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Fixing social care is a hot topic right now, especially since the gauntlet has well and truly passed on to the new Prime Minister. Continue reading “Fixing Social Care”
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BOGOF! Super Special Mega Offer!, More Reasons To Shop At… All things that you would possibly associate with high street grocer Morrisons. But care provision? That’s hardly something you’d expect to pick up in aisle four next to the self-raising flour.
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Digital Healthcare sits at the heart of Health+Care, the largest integrated healthcare event in the UK. In June 2017 they welcomed 5901 attendees who came together under one roof to find practical solutions to put their transformation plans into action and drive digitally enabled care. Join us again 26-27 June 2019 at ExCeL London which will showcase the latest innovations for you to take away tangible solutions to implement into your digital strategy.
Health+Care 2019 will focus on the delivery of cultural, service, system and digital transformation that’s essential to securing the future of health and social care systems. The event is a rare opportunity for colleagues from across the NHS, local government, care homes and the voluntary sector to come together on an equal footing to network, collaborate and share learning around implementing change. The focus will be on how to deliver real, impactful transformation across local health economies, drawing on the best examples, with the most potential for replication.