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  1. 1. he ofe d VIP C pr te uote A thc on EE : TPR al ssi FR ode (P LL a al ! -1) at q le as Annual e n re s Conference and Exhibition 19th-20th October 2011 ExCel LondonDONT MISS... London’s largestI Free CPD accredited learning – over 60 hours of learning gathering of nurses,I Gain unique insights across the entire primary care pathway GPs and (including dedicated sessions on maternity, clinical primary care commissioning groups, primary and community nursing, practitioners wound care, general practice, nutrition and 3,900 attended practice management) PCL in 2010I Meet and hear from over 80 expert speakersFREE TO ATTEND SESSIONS INCLUDE:Examining the impact of the new commissioning landscape on primary care provisionMichael Dixon, Chair, NHS AllianceProviding a high quality maternity service with less resource:Managing the impact of cuts on maternity servicesDr Suzanne Tyler, Associate Director for Maternity & Newborn ProgrammeNHS South CentralThe new commissioning landscape:What does this mean for nurses working in primary and community care?Ursula Gallagher, Borough Director and PEC Chair, NHS Ealing‘What’s keeping GP Commissioners awake at night?’Paul Zollinger-Read, GP and Director of Commissioning DevelopmentNHS East of EnglandTaking on the health education role:Encouraging patients to take an interest in their own healthAnnie Darby OBE, Specialist Projects Lead, Directorate of Public HealthNorth East Lincolnshire Care Trust Plus www.primarycarelive.com To register your attendance please call 0845 056 8339 quoting TPR-1

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