The British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, in association with the Royal College of Nursing, will be holding its 6th national conference this November: High quality care - building your skills set, in Birmingham. This event is known for its passionate career-enhancing plenary lectures and practical, interactive workshop sessions; which combine to make this event invaluable for all those working as healthcare assistants or assistant practitioners, offering you the opportunity to expand your knowledge and improve your patient care.
This essential conference will feature keynote sessions including:
• A national picture: high quality care – building your skills set
• Being a life-long learner
• HCAs in defence
• Championing diversity
You will benefit from having a large choice of workshop disciplines to attend, giving you the chance to build your own learning and development to what suits you most practically and professionally. The conference has been CPD certified so you will also benefit from being able to show your ever increasing development on paper too. The conference will include interactive workshops to bring you right up to date with clinical and professional knowledge and practice in your choice of topics.
Always attracting a large and lively audience this conference will be an ideal opportunity for you to network with other like-minded colleagues in a forum that is always eager to hear what you have to say and share your own experiences and achievements.