Bookings open for Future of Care Conference 2019


Last year’s conference was chaired by TV presenter Fiona Phillips

Bookings are now open for the second Future of Care Conference at The King’s Fund in London.

Held on March 19 2019, the event will feature an outstanding speaker line-up, including Sue Howard (Care Quality Commission), Professor Martin Green (Care England) Jeremy Hughes (Alzheimer’s Society) and the Paul Burstow (SCIE).

Emma Barrett, Event Director, said: “Following the success of the first conference in March this year, the bar has been set high to provide a dominant programme of innovative topics and subjects at the heart of the industry, and attract the highest calibre of delegates. The team has a vast amount of experience in the sector and I have no doubt that the London 2019 conference will be a fantastic follow-up to the first.”

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Scottish broadcaster and dementia charity founder, Sally Magnusson, has now been confirmed to chair the upcoming conference, which will also include two dedicated panel sessions providing the chance for the audience to ask questions on the issues that most affect them, to ensure a social care system fit for the future.

The conference has been designed especially for care home owners, managers and decision-makers to provide them with the latest information and innovation.

Tickets for the Future of Care Conference are now available, and early booking is advised to receive the early bird discounted rate. If you have any questions regarding the conference or are interested in exhibiting, then please get in touch with the team today by calling 01425 838393 or contact [email protected]


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