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Event Full - AfPP 2020 Annual Conference - Package 1

10 September 2020, Start: 14:00
13 September 2020, End: 10:30

Venue details

University of York
Heslington
York
North Yorkshire
YO10 5DD
UK

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The AfPP Annual Conference is back and offers you the opportunity to meet with like-minded clinicians from across the multidisciplinary team whilst accessing topical educational content that will further your career.

The event features two full days of education on the Friday and Saturday and a selection of ALL INCLUSIVE packages depending on how many nights you wish to attend, along with Friday or Saturday Day Delegate Only options.

PLEASE NOTE: ORGANISATIONS CANNOT BOOK VIA THE WEBSITE - PLEASE CONTACT kelly.squires@afpp.org.uk or 01423 882969

THIS BOOKING PAGE IS FOR THURSDAY - SUNDAY

Topics covered include:-

Friday:

  • Whistle in the Wind
  • Benefits from Embedding a Learning Culture when things go wrong
  • The future of surgery - regenerative medicine
  • Writing for publication workshop
  • Sustainability
  • Infection disease/WHO talk
  • Surgical skills workshops

Saturday:

  • Daisy Ayris Lecture
  • Army/Navy Talk
  • Decontamination
  • Practical Aesepsis Workshop
  • Difficult airway simulation
  • ODP Society
  • Role of the HCA/ATP in theatres
  • Surgical skills workshop

Prices for this fantastic event are subsidised by the AfPP Charity and include your education, accommodation, meals and beverages as specified below:

The Thursday - Sunday Package (1) includes:

  • 3 nights' accommodation
  • 2 days' education
  • Meals & beverages including:
  • 2 Informal evening meals (Thurs/Fri)
  • Gala Dinner on Saturday
  • Parking Voucher

Download programme.

Additional Information

Special Price for AfPP student members please register by email or calling Kelly Squires on 01423 881300. The AfPP student fee is £160.00.

Contact details

Contact:Kelly Squires - 01423 881300

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