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Infection Prevention Show 2018
Sunday 30th September - Tuesday 2nd October
Scottish Event Campus, Glasgow, Scotland
The Infection Prevention Society (IPS) is pleased to announce that registration for its annual conference, Infection Prevention 2018, is now open! The conference will begin on the changed date of Sunday 30th September and close on Tuesday 2nd October in the Scottish Event Campus, Glasgow.
The IPS conference, now in its 11th year, promises to offer delegates the latest in infection prevention and control research, education and expertise, with inspiring speakers and informative sessions. The programme has been awarded 14 CPD credits from the Royal College of Pathologists and will be mapped against the IPS Competences. In addition, the conference can count towards your participatory learning for NMC revalidation.
The three-day conference will welcome many world leading experts to impart their knowledge and share what they’re doing to tackle current issues relating to infection prevention and control. If you are a healthcare professional with an interest in any aspect of infection control then you will benefit from attending this conference. In addition to the main conference programme, there will also be one-day conferences dedicated to Infection Prevention in Care and at Home and Infection Prevention and Antimicrobial Resistance. Delegates can register for these events for only £95 each or if you register for the full conference, you can choose to attend these specialist sessions.
Brand new and as part of Infection Prevention 2018, the Infection Prevention Show will allow the audience to discuss the challenges we are increasingly facing in a financially challenging time and provide a platform to showcase the latest innovative infection prevention technologies and products. This event is free to attend and will take place on Monday 1st October at the SEC in Glasgow. Highlights of the show include a session from Dr Phil Hammond, NHS Doctor, BBC Broadcaster, Private Eye Journalist and Comedian. Show delegates will also be given access to the UK’s largest infection prevention and control exhibition offering you the opportunity to view new and innovative products and discuss your requirements with company professionals.
To view the programme, submit an abstract and to register, visit: www.ips.uk.net/conference