AGM and Annual Conference 2018

The 38th PHCSG Annual Conference, 'Enabling the Virtual Doctor Patient Relationship' and AGM with pre-conference Free Education Day on 11 October.

Date/Time:
11 October 2018, 3.30pm - 7.30pm
12 October 2018, 8.30am - 4.45pm

Venue:
Billesley Manor Hotel, Billesley, Alcester, B49 6NF

Billesley Manor Hotel

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Pre Conference FREE Education Day
11 October, 8.30am - 3.30pm

This day is designed for everyone working in primary care, whatever their knowledge, who would like to get more out of their IT. At the end of the day the attendee should understand the importance of keeping good electronic records and the risks of not of doing so and have confidence in understanding how data should be shared with patients and for other uses under GDPR. They should also learn more about SNOMED CT and realise how technology can help with resilience and improving income in practice.

Event Programme 

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Enabling the Virtual Doctor Patient Relationship

The 38th PHCSG AGM and conference will take place on October 11/12th at Billesley Manor Hotel, near Stratford. This year the title of the conference is “Enabling the Virtual Doctor Patient Relationship”. Healthcare is becoming increasingly dependent on technology and more and more interactions will become digital. What needs to be in place to make this happen and how do we make it work for patients and doctors. Join us in a beautiful 17th century setting and help shape the future for the 21st Century.

Substantially reduced conference fees are available to BCS PHCSG members, if you would like to join the group first, find out more on our Membership page.

Event Programme

News and events

News

The videos from the highly successful Free Educational Day on 12 October 2017 are now available under the Educational Videos tab

Prizes and Awards

The 2017 winner of the John Perry Prize was Richard Williams for his work on the Salford Medication Safety Dashboard - SMASH!

The 2017 winner of the Early Career Award was Zaheer Ahmed for his work on Visualising Improvement - the Atrial Fibrillation Programme