5th National Care Homes Congress

27 June, Birmingham

This popular event, now in its 5th year,  based in Birmingham for ease of access and supported by ECCA, NCA and NCF, will again offer its unique blend of must-know politics and essential Care Home clinical expertise.

The political fireworks will be provided by Martin Green, CEO of ECCA, who wil comment on the implications for the care home sector of the Social Care White Paper which will have just been published.

There is certain to be an interesting contribution from Wales’ leading care home commentator Mario Kreft, CEO of Care Forum Wales, who, in his capacity as the National Care Awards Personality of the Year, will be giving the RESEC/ Caring Times Lecture.

Rounding off a superb selection of Keynote Speakers will be Professor Elizabeth Milwain of Brainscape, who will be exploring what we understand about ageing, the brain and cognition. In addition to the Keynote Speakers there will be three parallel streams of speakers covering the most important topics facing the sector.


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Closing date for applications: FRIDAY 22 JUNE

Please book your places below:

We are sorry but we are unable to take provisional bookings. Payments can be made by cheque, BACS, credit card, debit card, or by invoice. If you are booking 14 days or less before a conference, please call 020 7720 2108 ext 214 and ask for Steven Knowles or email steven@hawkerpublications.com, to check availability. Full payment is required with all bookings made during this period.

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