Long Term Conditions Summit

Date: 25/01/2018 | Time: 09:00 - 16:45
Location: Queen Elizabeth II Centre London
Organised by: GovNet Communications
Tel: 0203 770 6612
Email: info@ltc-conference.co.uk

Event summary

The Long Term Conditions Summit, taking place on 25th January 2018 at the QEII Centre London, explores the challenges surrounding the continued delivery and quality of patient-centric care.

Over 15 million people in the UK are living with long term conditions, their care needs are taxing an already suffering system.

The Long Term Conditions Summit brings together key stakeholders to discuss policy and strategies to ease the strain on staffing and resources without compromising care; along with case studies and best practices being used across the sector.

Along with plenary and supplier led seminars there will be 4 streams of content that focuses on 4 key LTCs – Dementia, CVD & Respiratory, Cancer and Diabetes & Obesity – which will delve deeper into the unique issues of each condition.

To find out more about the event and to secure your delegate place, click here.

The Long Term Conditions Summit puts you in a room with over 350 health and care professionals from all areas of the NHS and government who are eager to learn from and meet expert suppliers that will help them achieve their goals. If you would like to sponsor or exhibit at the event please click here for further information.

The programme

To view the agenda for the day, click here.

Benefits of attending

High level content

All the sessions have been designed to the highest standard to ensure delegate ROI

Sector leading speakers

Hear from the most influential organisations in the sector

Dedicated content streams

4 streams of content focused on key conditions

Network with the sector

Your opportunity to network with and learn from your peers

Five year forward view

Asses the progress of LTCs against the Five Year Forward View plan

Patient empowerment

Empower patients to shape their own care

Digital revolution

Discuss the next steps in NHS Digital’s vision for harnessing the digital revolution

Multi-morbidity

Handling and supporting patients with multi-morbidity

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