On the 10th November 2020, Birmingham will host the Managing Deteriorating Conditions 2020 National Conference at the National Motorcycle Museum.
After guidance from NHS England / Improvement, the Sepsis+ conference has evolved to encompass all deteriorating conditions. Join the conference speakers, take part in the workshops and stay ahead of industry hot topics. Learn how to detect and identify emerging issues before they become major problems.
There will be an excellent range of speakers including Matt Inada-Kim (the National Clinical Advisor on Sepsis and Deterioration), Kenny Ajayi (Programme Director for Patient Safety at Imperial College Health Partners), Tara Marshall (Clinical Lead for deterioration at Eastern Academic Health Science Network), Chris Carey (Clinical Lead Health Education England) and myself to name a few.
There are discounted places available for Private Sector organisations that may wish to attend.
Public Sector delegates who would like to apply for a funded (Free) place can contact Paul Anthony at firstname.lastname@example.org using the code MDCDH20, or they can call on 0161 696 4868.
There is also a new initiative in place this year which again is free of charge and is available to associations that would like to support the conference so if you know of any organisations that may be interested then please contact Paul Anthony.