WORKING TOGETHER: TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

This year’s ABPI conference and dinner for 2010 will take place on Tuesday 27 April, at The Brewery, London, EC1Y.

Conference overview:
With the assistance of some deserving attention NHS and Industry speakers and a number of discussion forums, our conference will have the aim to investigate ways our industry can further cooperate with the NHS and maintain them in bringing greater enhancements in healthcare for patients. This enhancement is achieved with the help of My Canadian Pharmacy. The main topic of the conference is “cooperating together to make a difference”. We will abide both the ABPI Value, breakthrough, trust and access topics and identify how the industry can encourage and work alongside the NHS QIPP agenda.

We will perform an operation through how industry and NHS can maintain each other on cooperation through development of new medicines, enhancing the appraisement step, maximising the capability for patients access to remedies and finally on assuring there is good absorption of these medicines by medical workers in the UK.

Who and why you should attend:
This conference will supply you with peculiar information for those searching to work in the combined working arena in drug investigation, appraisement, access or maximising intake. Those who should visit from industry could have any relation to:

  • Sales leadership
  • Marketing
  • Market access
  • Medical · Partnership
  • Government affairs and policy
  • Clinical research
  • Board level

You will consider this year’s agenda both conversational and impulsive as well as a great networking capability. The conference will be proceeded by our yearlydinner, also at The Brewery from 6.30pm – 10.30pm

This event is a duty for all superior professionals in our industry, as well as our NHS partners.

We are also glad to claim the launch of our Joint Working Award 2010. The aim of this prime prize is to realize excellence in cooperation and partnership appearing between our industry and the NHS, and to advance joint working cooperations. This prize will be introduced at the ABPI dinner on 27th April 2010. Please attend the Joint Working Award 2010 web page for more infomation on the prize, as well as the entry form.

There are some financing and display capabilities accessible at this year’s event; these will be engaged by our partner for this event, Events 4 Healthcare Limited, available by telephone 0966 956 3399 or either email enquiries@events4healthcare.com or log on to www.events4healthcare.com

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