The countdown is on

The 13th annual Pharmacy Show is due to kick off on Sunday 6 October 2019 at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham.

In a packed programme in the Keynote Theatre, a high-powered line-up of professional leaders and industry experts, including PSNC chief executive Simon Dukes, director of primary care strategy at NHS England and NHS Improvement Ed Waller, and GPhC director of edication and standards Mark Voce, will debate the issues and offer their analysis of the way forward for pharmacy, including insight into the new Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework.
 
Once again, TM is the official media partner for the Public Health and Wellbeing Forum conference stream, which runs a variety of sessions on topics including understanding hypertension, identifying and managing dry eye and takling joint pain, to name a few.
 
With over 200 expert speakers, more than 150 educational sessions across eight theatres, the Pharmacy Show brings together pharmacy experts and key opinion leaders, new and existing suppliers and policy makers to help pharmacists and their teams keep up with all latest industry developments, grow their business, improve patient outcomes and receive practical training and advice.

TM, Pharmacy Magazine and our training division CIG Healthcare Partnership, will be exhibiting at the show. Come to our stand PE50 to say hello and find out more about what we do and how we can help you and your pharmacy.
 
See the full Pharmacy Show programme and find out how to register here.

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