Events

These meetings are intended for UK Healthcare Professionals and have been developed in accordance with the ABPI Code of Practice.

PM events are Quality Assured by the University of Bradford  

PM Celtic Conference 2022

Places: Available

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Start Date: 3rd Mar 2022

Location: Virtual

The Celtic Conference will be hosted virtually by PM in March 2022, with Northern Ireland as the feature nation.

Launched in Edinburgh in 2019 the Conference visits each of the…

National Integrated Care Conference for Cardiometabolic Medicines Optimisation

Places: Available

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Start Date: 23rd Mar 2022

Location: Virtual

The first PM Cardiometabolic Conference will be hosted virtually on 23rd March 2022.

This event will be of interest to pharmacists and pharmacy technicians of all levels working in the fields of…

National Integrated Care Conference for Respiratory Medicines Optimisation

Places: Available

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Start Date: 6th Apr 2022

Location: Virtual

The 2022 PM Respiratory Conference will be hosted virtually on 6th April 2022.

This event will be of interest to pharmacists and pharmacy technicians of all levels working in the field of respiratory…

Homecare, Contracting and Procurement in the NHS Conference

Places: Available

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Start Date: 24th May 2022

Location: Virtual

The first PM Homecare, Contracting and Procurement in the NHS Conference will be hosted virtually on 24th May 2022.

This event will be of interest to pharmacists and pharmacy technicians of all…

PM National Oncology Conference

Places: Available

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Start Date: 15th Jun 2022

Location: Virtual

The first PM National Oncology Conference will be hosted virtually on 15th June 2022.

This event will be of interest to pharmacists and pharmacy technicians of all levels working in the field…

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