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June 25th 2021

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By Ailsa Colquhoun

Registration for the DDA Annual Conference, held alongside the Best Practice Show, is now open.

Both events take place in one hall at the NEC, Birmingham, on Weds-Thurs 13-14 October 2021.

Healthcare professionals can secure their free tickets online and can access both events for no extra charge.

The DDA Conference, in conjunction with Best Practice, delivers  powerful CPD certified content, free of charge to clinicians and managers in general practice and primary care.

Highlights of the DDA Conference include in-depth sessions with Q&A on subjects including the DSQS and the dm+d.

The full conference programme, all conference news, and registration links are available on our conference page.

Register now while free places are available.

This year, Best Practice will celebrate its 10th birthday this year and the team are proud to support the education and training of this country’s outstanding general practice community.

New for this year, the show will host a new PCN Transformation Theatre where attendees can find out how PCNs and ICSs are interacting and evolving with contributions and case studies from NHS England and NHS Improvement and Health Education England.

Key topics being covered at this year’s Best Practice Show include:

  • Health inequalities – The pandemic has finally shone a light on inequality issues within healthcare which need tackling. Hear the plan from central agencies on what needs to be done and inspiring case studies from health leaders who are effecting change with their communities
  • Population health management – Get the lowdown on what this means in practice and how it can practically support your work with patients and the wider population. Experts from NHS England and NHS Improvement will demystify population health management with practical case studies to enhance your understanding
  • New roles in general practice – Find out how you can develop strong multi-disciplinary teams within primary care and properly integrate new Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme (ARRS) roles into your practice. Health Education England’s Chief Executive Navina Evans will be delivering a keynote on the organisation’s strategy going forward
  • Primary Care following the pandemic – Hear from healthcare leaders discussing the impacts of the pandemic – both positive and negative – on primary care and what this means going forward, with particular focus on virtual consultations

Sponsorship is also now also open for the event. Should you wish to sponsor, speak or exhibit at the Best Practice Show, contact Ian Reynolds on: [email protected]

For delegate enquiries, contact Shannon Cargan on [email protected]