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  • Want to know how to change the world? Find out at the Care Forum

    Join the industry at the Care Forum and you’ll have the opportunity to discover the latest insights in care procedures and tactics.

    This unique two-day event takes place on June 10th& 11th at Whittlebury Hall, Northamptonshire and is entirely FREE for you to attend. Your VIP pass includes access to a series of seminars by industry thought-leaders. These sessions include:

    How To Change The World

    From serious spinal fusion surgery to managing a team of personal care assistants at university, life with SMA hasn’t been straightforward for Martyn Sibley. But he’s gone on to change the world for others, and wants to show you how to do the same.

    Presented by Martyn Sibley, World Changer, Disability Horizons

    Leading With Passion

    The development of our culture in business is key and when we ensure our personal beliefs and values are strong, we see immense business growth.

    Presented by: Craig Goldblatt, Leadership Speaker, Coach, Philanthropist

    Investigating Your Pressure Ulcer Incidents – Root Cause Analysis – What Next?

    Completing internal root cause analysis is a standardised practice for pressure ulcers. Where it may be a tool to highlight themes and gaps, how do you implement and sustain improvement plans?

    Presented by: Siobhan Mccoulough, Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist – Clinical Support Manager OSKA

    The Care Forum [https://thecareforum.co.uk] will also allow you to meet, face-to-face, with innovative and budget-saving suppliers, and network with peers.

    Overnight accommodation, all meals and refreshments, plus an invitation to our networking dinner is included with your free place.

    Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity! Register your free place today!

    For more information about attending as a delegate, call Alex King on 01992 374086 or email a.king@forumevents.co.uk.

    To attend as a supplier, call Lisa Rose on 01992 374077 or email l.rose@forumevents.co.uk.

    For more information, visit https://thecareforum.co.uk.


    Stuart O'Brien

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