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Leaders in healthcare conference

Brought to you by FMLM and BMJ

Date: 14 - 16 November 2018

Location: Birmingham

Brought to you by FMLM and BMJ, the Leaders in Healthcare conference returns for the third year at the ICC in Birmingham.

Over three days, this conference will bring together over 700 attendees with an interest in leadership, from aspiring leaders to senior level managers and directors, to hear from 100+ inspiring speakers from around the world to discuss the future challenges and opportunities in healthcare.


Who attends?

Delegates consist of healthcare colleagues from all professions, career stages and specialties, who want to improve patient care and outcomes through effective leadership.



CPD points will be rewarded throughout the event by the Royal College of Physicians (RCP). The number of CPD points are still to be confirmed.


Submit an abstract for poster display at Leaders in Healthcare 2018

If you are attending the Leaders in Healthcare conference, why not submit a poster? With Call for Posters we offer you and your team the chance to share your ideas and your work in leadership within healthcare. Our hugely popular poster displays are also a valuable opportunity to help more than 700 colleagues to learn from your strategies and experiences.

You can submit your poster related to six themes. View the the themes and find out how to submit. Please note entries close on Friday 13th July.

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Take advantage of our early bird rates and save up to £70. Registrations are made online and payable by card on booking, visit our website to find out more.

Please note early bird rates are valid until Wednesday 21 September 2018.

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8 Centenary Square<br/>Birmingham<br/>B1 2EA


8 Centenary Square
B1 2EA




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