Register for our upcoming CPD event

Empowering Primary Care: Navigating Excellence

Join us in June to discover essential skills and strategies that will make a lasting impact on your primary care career. Delve into your crucial role in shaping healthcare and leave empowered with practical tools to navigate excellence and deliver exemplary care to all.

Date: 20 June 2024 
Time: 7pm – 8.30pm 
Location: Online - via Zoom 

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Event overview

This workshop is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in primary care. Explore the five key priority objectives and discover strategies for effectively serving diverse communities. Gain an update on the Primary Care Access Recovery Plan and understand the challenges and opportunities shaping the future of primary care. This event qualifies for 90 minutes of CPD, and attendees will receive a certificate of attendance for their records.

What will you get out of this CPD event?

By the end of this event, you will have an improved understanding of:

  • The critical role healthcare professionals play in primary care 
  • Healthcare professionals’ roles and responsibilities in delivering primary care five priority objectives 
  • How to better manage diverse communities in primary care 
  • The Primary Care Access Recovery Plan 
  • Challenges faced in primary care

Who should attend?

This event is ideal for all medical professionals working in a primary care setting.

Get to know our esteemed guest speaker 

Meet Angie Power (Marriott), RGN, LLB. HONS, MSc, with over 20 years of experience empowering individuals and organisations through interactive training and consultancy. With a background as a registered nurse in the NHS for 33 years, Angie specialises in diversity management and leadership, complex trauma support, and safeguarding vulnerable individuals. Leveraging her expertise as a nurse trainer, employment law consultant, and experience as a foster carer, Angie delivers impactful training on complex trauma to diverse audiences, advocating for justice and wellbeing.