Around 3,000 delegates are expected to join HEE’s Centre for Advancing Practice Annual Conference next week – the biggest event of its kind to date.
The theme of this year’s gathering, on 7th and 10th November, is ‘Empowering People, Transforming Care’.
The virtual conference will be live-streamed from Birmingham, and the programme includes a host of talks, workshops and networking sessions, which will be recorded for sharing post-event.
Dr Julian Barratt, who leads the Centre for Advancing Practice, said: ‘This year’s conference encompasses and reflects a huge range of the issues which colleagues working in Advancing Practice encounter as part of their day-to-day activities. It promises to be informative, thought-provoking and also, we hope, fun.’
The conference will also launch a new quarterly journal partnered with HEE and MA Healthcare. The International Journal for Advancing Practice will be the only peer-reviewed journal for all areas of multi-professional advanced practice across health and care.
Further details of the journal will be announced in due course. More details about the conference are available here.
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