11-12 May 2022
NEC Birmingham

The UK’s leading event for GPs, trainee GPs, managers, podiatrists, physiotherapists, nurses, midwives, dietitians and other NHS and private clinicians working in primary and community care.

Profiling Innovation and Best Practice in
Primary and Community Care

Celebrating its 30th successful year!

There is a reason why the Primary Care and Public Health event has continued to dominate the conference and exhibition scene for so many years.  Bringing together GPs, GP trainees, managers, community nurses, midwives, AHPs (podiatrists, physiotherapists and dietitians) and other professionals working in primary care, community care, public and prison health, it is truly unique in its multidisciplinary approach.  Delegates can choose from 20 free of charge, content-led CPD conference programmes whilst networking with colleagues, professional and advisory bodies as well as leading industry suppliers.  The impressive speaker line up profiles experts, pioneers and front-line practitioners offering the very latest in guidance, innovations and examples of best practice.  The unrivalled exhibition is a launch pad for new products, therapies, technologies and ideas.  It’s no wonder that delegates, speakers and exhibitors return every year!

The conference and exhibition are free of charge to attend for UK practising NHS and private healthcare professionals, GP trainees and managers – ID will be required on the day.

Speakers Include

Conference Partners

Event Sponsors

Exhibitors Include

Successful Years
Delegates Attending Annually
Conference Programmes
Conference Speakers
Hours of CPD Learning

Exhibitor Stand Enquiry

If you would like information about exhibiting, please complete and return this form and we will be in touch shortly. Alternatively, you can email us on steven@sterlingevents.co.uk or call +44 (0)151 706 7613

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