New for 2014
- Public Health & Wellbeing Forum
Solutions giving pharmacists both product updates as well as insight into how services can make a difference to public health.
- Local Pharmacy Innovation
Promoting the good work already in action through case studies
- New Keynote Debates
The Pharmacy profession's biggest gathering
With its host of new features, this year’s Pharmacy Show has been a resounding success, attracting 7,247 attendees over the two days of the show.
Taking place on Sunday, October 5th - Monday, October 6th, 2014, at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham, the 8th Pharmacy Show has been described as the best yet.
This annual event in the pharmacy calendar saw the great and the good in pharmacy leadership come together with grass roots pharmacists and their staff to discuss the issues of the day.
From debating the professional issues related to the new contract, stocking new products and supporting community pharmacies to offer new NICE guidelines on Atrial Fibrillation, the Pharmacy Show once again proved its worth among pharmacy’s premier networking events as the place where important conversations take place.
Sue Sharpe, Chief Executive of the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee commented “the great difficulty for community pharmacists is that they are mostly too busy to take time out to get ideas, learn about new products etc., but they can do that all here. This is an extraordinarily valuable show.”
Click here to read the official post show newspaper.
Join us again next year on 18th & 19th October 2015!
Certificates have now been emailed to all delegates who scanned into a conference theatre across the two days. If you have not received your certificate or you believe there is a mistake on the certificate received, pleaseemail firstname.lastname@example.org
All presentation slides (with speaker permission) have now been synchronised to the audio. All attending delegates have been emailed instructions on how to view these presentations.
The exhibition floor is already looking very busy with a significant number of re-bookings on site.
Contact Esther Beal on 02476 719684 or Garry Tyson on 0207 348 4903 now to secure your space.
- Clinical Theatre: Expanded theatre covering key therapy areas
- Business: Get business, finance, marketing, technology and HR advice
- Keynote: Listen to industry updates with the leaders and policy makers
- Health & Wellbeing Forum: Which service and products can best support your patients?
- Local Pharmacy Innovations: Learn the grass roots innovations
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