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Friday 22 September 2017

The content of HPE LIVE is accredited by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Now in its fourth year, HPE LIVE will be making the move to London for our event on 10th November 2016 to continue the tradition of equipping secondary care pharmacists with knowledge of the latest developments in multi-disciplinary working, integration, technology and therapeutics. Each event is developed with guidance from our panel of experts and delivered by some of the field's most influential thought leaders in the form of exciting case-studies, interactive panel discussions and educational workshops.

As the world of hospital pharmacy evolves, HPE LIVE continues to grow, bringing together the latest updates in regulation, prescribing and best practice so you can continue to provide a safe and high quality service to your patients. HPE LIVE will evaluate the integrated care landscape and how hospital pharmacists can work with other healthcare professionals to ensure seamless transfer of care, reduce re-admissions and address medicines reconciliation.

This year’s programme content is also accredited by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and all delegates will be eligible to receive a CPD certificate within two working days of attending, along with access to all conference presentations (subject to speaker approval).

Registrations are now open - visit the website for more information and to secure your free place!

Call for Papers

For the first time ever this year, HPE LIVE has launched a Call for Papers. Open to both abstract and poster entries across all areas of clinical expertise, submissions are open for the latest innovations and projects in: Medicines Optimisation, Patient Safety, Quality Innovation, Technology Advancements, Service Improvement, Inter-professional and Collaborative Working and European Innovation.

Paper submissions are now closed and our winners have been selected however there is still plenty of time to submit a poster if you have an exciting project to share. Entries are open to hospital pharmacists from across the UK and Europe working on innovative research and pilot projects presenting the perfect opportunity for you to not only benchmark with your pharmacy peers at home and abroad, but also to publicise your work on a wider scale. Posters will be judged at the event by an expert panel of judges from across the pharmacy spectrum as well as your peers with a judges’ winner and a delegate choice winner being announced at the end of the day.

The winning posters will each be featured in the 2017 January edition of our popular HPE journal which is accessed by over 14,000 subscribers across the UK and Europe!

For more details on how to submit your work and to view the judging panel, take a look at our website. Good luck!

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