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CONFERENCE STREAMS

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OVER 120 EDUCATION SESSIONS ACROSS 8 THEATRES OVER TWO DAYS

Celebrating its 10th year, The Pharmacy Show is by far the largest pharmacy training event in the UK and plays a vital role in supporting both community, primary and secondary care pharmacy professionals with free continued professional development (CPD) content covering strategy, tactics, clinical, business, public health, digital health, leadership and GP practice pharmacy training and advice vital for the future of the profession. 

The Pharmacy Show is delighted to be working with a steering panel of professionals brought together to help direct and support the education programme for the show. Below is a brief insight into each theatre and its content and what delegates can expect by attending. To view and download The Pharmacy Show 2017 presentations, please select the relevant theatre.

Missed any educational sessions? Catch them up online! 

Keynote Theatre

Keynote Theatre

This will home the big topics affecting pharmacy RIGHT NOW and debate the issues facing pharmacy beyond 2017. With government officials, regulatory and leadership organisations, to entrepreneurs and grass roots pharmacists this will be a two day conference programme not to be missed. Community pharmacy has never faced as many challenges and opportunities as it does now, and these updates will give you an insight as to what’s now, what’s next and how it affects you. 

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Business Theatre

Business Theatre

This theatre will deliver 30 minute “how to” sessions with simple, top tips and practical advice that pharmacy professionals and business owners can take away and put into practice the next day. Marketing, improving efficiency’s, motivating staff, time management, finance planning, making more sales, implementing a service and making it profitable will all be high up on the agenda.

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Pharmacy Services Innovation Theatre

Pharmacy Services Innovation Theatre

This will inspire and motivate you with ideas around commissioned services (for additional income streams, ways to connect with CCGs, LAs and local charities), and importantly will showcase what community pharmacy is capable of across the country and give you the knowledge of what you can do to make a difference within the communities you serve.

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Pharmacy Technology Theatre

Pharmacy Technology Theatre

What technological advances are available and how can they improve outputs within your pharmacy? Find out and more in this show-floor dedicated theatre.

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Clinical Theatre

Clinical Theatre

Covering the major therapy areas with advanced clinical content and delivering clinical updates which include the consultation and soft skills needed when managing patients with long term conditions. 

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Public Health & Wellbeing Forum

Public Health & Wellbeing Forum

This theatre will give delegates content mapped to the public health agenda. Get practical advice for running health and wellbeing clinics also covering HLP – how and why. 

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Primary Care Pharmacy Theatre

Primary Care Pharmacy Theatre

This theatre will support clinical pharmacists in their new practice-based role, and offer advice to those keen to integrate community pharmacy with general practice.

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Career Development Zone

Career Development Zone

This NEW for 2017 theatre has content crucial to pharmacy leaders of tomorrow and programmed by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. 

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What they said

“Interesting keynote speeches, good speakers – the whole show is very engaging.”

Kyle Hepburns, Superintendent Pharmacist, Tout Ltd.


“I really enjoy it, and I really enjoy both the conference and exhibiting side. We have to do our CPD, and I can come here and gather enough CPD to keep me going for months and months.”

Ashley Matthews – Act Services Lead, O'Brien's Pharmacy

CloserStill reserve the right to amend content without prior warning. The conference has been brought to you by CloserStill Media Medical in association with our partners and sponsors. The views and opinions of the speakers are not necessarily those of CloserStill Media Medical or of our partners and sponsors. Sponsors have not had any input into the programme except where an individual session states it’s sponsored. The session topic and speaker have been developed by each sponsoring company.

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