Care Agenda will address key topics for providers

Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Care Agenda is a new summit meeting for senior executives in the long term care sector, combining research feedback, debate and business opportunities in a single two-day meeting. Delegates will attend by invitation only and will primarily be senior level executives from major and fast-growing care provision groups. A key aspect of the meeting will be editorial presentations based on research into targeted managerial and clinical areas, commissioned by _Caring Times_. Presentations will be by leading authorities in the sector and the sessions will be chaired by _Caring Times_ editor-in-chief Dr Richard Hawkins. A full summary of the meeting will appear in the April 2006 issue of _Caring Times_. Care Agenda takes place on February 28 – March 1st 2006 at the Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel and Country Club. Organised by Kingston Bridge Communications, this event will provide a networking opportunity for senior executives from major care home groups and leading sector suppliers in a four-star hotel environment in

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