A clinical education morning for allied health care professionals

23 November 2017

Date:  23 November 2017

Time: 8.45am – 2.00pm

Venue: The Clifton Pavilion, Bristol Zoo Gardens, BS8 3HH

Cost: Free

Spire Bristol Hospital is inviting local Nurse Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Health Care Assistants, Pharmacists and all other clinical practice staff to a morning of education at the The Clifton Pavilion, Bristol Zoo Gardens. The event will see Bristol based consultant clinicians present and discuss topics surrounding a variety of specialities. There will also be an opportunity for individuals to ask questions surrounding the consultant’s field of expertise.

The educational morning will provide attendees with the equivalent of three hours continuing professional development (CPD) credits and the event is completely free to attend.

Ruth Povey, Primary Care Liaison at Spire Bristol Hospital, speaks more about what you can expect:

“This morning will provide a great opportunity for any medical staff within a GP practice to gain valuable educational experience from some of the region’s leading consultants.”

The event will see four consultant speakers who will each talk for 45 minutes on their topic of choice. The programme for the day has been set based on the feedback we received from attendees last year.

“Our experienced consultant speakers will cover a variety of specialities including cardiology, Dermatology, Orthopaedics, Urology and Ophthalmology. Each attendee will receive a certificate of attendance with relevant reflection pages required for appraisal and revalidation,” added Ruth.


If you are interested in booking a place at the event we invite you to do so by calling Ruth on 0117 980 4023 or alternatively you can send your name, title and practice name to bristolevents@spirehealthcare.com.

Event Booking Form


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