Acute & General Medicine, 21- 22 November 2017, EXCEL LONDON

EUROPE’S MUST ATTEND CLINICAL TRAINING
CONFERENCE FOR ALL HOSPITAL DOCTORS 

21-22 NOVEMBER 2017, EXCEL LONDON

Cross-specialty clinical training

Hospital doctors from all clinical backgrounds can build a flexible itinerary which reflects their clinical practice and gain CPD points at the most affordable conference in the UK. 

 

EARLY BIRD PASSES NOW ON SALE! 

Acute & General Medicine provides senior hospital doctors with the highest quality clinical training at the most affordable rate in the UK. Over 4,000 attendees over the two days made Acute & General Medicine 2016 the largest gathering of secondary clinicians.

The conference will return on 21-22 November 2017 at Excel London and will once again provide the most affordable CPD accredited clinical training available in the UK. Delegates can combine both lecture based seminars with hands-on practical training. 

Book your clinical training pass for the most affordable early bird rate of just £149+VAT here or call 0207 013 4987 before rates increase to £199+VAT at the end of February. 

Conference Programme

Conference Programme

Times are tough: junior doctor contracts, increasing numbers of patients with complex medical conditions, an ageing population and essential revalidation requirements - hospital doctors are undeniably under an enormous amount of pressure. Acute & General Medicine provides a flexible learning programme, providing doctors with solutions. 

Hand-On Training Programme

Hand-On Training Programme

Delegates can combine both seminar-based learning with hands-on training across a range of practical workshops. Whether you're experienced or need to brush-up on your knowledge, the hands-on training workshops will be the perfect way to practice your skills and you will come away with fact-based and practical new skills you can implement straight away. 
Exhibiting

Exhibiting

Acute & General Medicine gives exhibitors quantity AND quality. No where else can you meet with thousands of senior hospital doctors - 60% of the 4,000 strong audience are consultants. Conference theatres are built on the exhibition floor, encouraging face-to-face time with time-poor NHS prescribers and purchasers.
Learning Archive

Learning Archive

Use the Learning Archive to continue your clinical training all year round, with countless self-accreditation opportunities. Delegates have unlimited access to over 1,000 hours of expert speaker presentations from award winning healthcare event organiser CloserStill Media.

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Watch highlights from Acute & General Medicine and hear what delegates, exhibitors and speakers think of the conference. 
Conference Rates

Conference Rates

Ticket prices will increase throughout the year, so we urge delegates to book their conference pass as early as possible. The current price is £149+VAT which will increase to £199+VAT at the end of February. 

Book your clinical Training pass

Early bird

£149 + VAT

Spring Release

£199 + VAT

NOT RELEASED

Summer release

£249 + VAT

NOT RELEASED

Autumn release

£299+VAT

NOT RELEASED

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  • “This conference is outstanding value for money and a great opportunity to ensure that you are up-to-date with current best practice in acute medicine.”
    Dr Daniel Boden
    Emergency Medicine Consultant
  • "The show has been brilliant. The traffic to the stand has been great; we’ve seen a varied mix of people and taken some good leads. It’s been a very good show for building brand awareness and for business generally."
    Corinna Gomm
    Clinical Specialist, Mindray
  • “It covers everything you need to know and motivates you to keep updated. It’s the best medical programme I have ever attended, that’s why I have come back for the third time.”
    Dr Begho Obale
    Specialty Doctor Medicine
  • “The talks at AGM cover a good range of topics and there is something for everyone at every level here. I have come to this conference because the content is much better than that provided at other similar events.”
    Dr Chris Kirkee
    locum emergency physician
  • “I came last year and the content was good which is why I have come again in 2014. The spread of the topics provides a very good update for people working in coalface medicine.”
    Dr Deblina Das Gupta
    Consultant Physician
  • “I have returned to the AGM conference after coming last year. This conference is better than other conferences that I have been to because it is bigger; it covers a wider range of subjects and is a good price. It keeps my appraisers happy.”
    Dr Paul Burns
    GP

 

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