Announcing our new partner; The Queen's Nursing Institute!

The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) have formed partnerships with three of the UK’s leading social care exhibitions; the Dementia, Care and Nursing Home Expo, the Home Care Expo, and the European Neuro Convention, all held on the 17th and 18th March 2020 at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.

The QNI holds a vision that all people are provided with the best possible nursing care, delivered by the best suited nurse with the right skills, in homes and communities, whenever and wherever it is needed. This coincides with the partnered exhibitions own goals. By ensuring that the industry’s workforce is as effective as possible, the exhibitions can work towards their end goal of inspiring business growth, a sustainable social care model, and achieving the best possible patient outcomes throughout the social care industry.

The Dementia, Care and Nursing Home Expo offers its visitors the chance to interact and network with 300 cutting edge exhibitors including everyLIFE Technologies and the Alzheimer’s Society. It hosts a seminar programme that contains leading industry figures: Jane Ashcroft CBE, Dawne Garret, Professor June Andrews, and there will also be a seminar delivered by a member of the QNI - keep up to date with all developments by visiting the speaker page on the expo’s website. The education stream doesn’t end there either, the Dementia, Care and Nursing Home Expo also accommodates informative masterclasses that ensure professionals from around the sector can obtain hands on knowledge from leading organisations.

Likewise, the Home Care Expo has also formed a partnership with the Queen’s Nursing Institute. The Expo is quickly becoming one of the leading UK events that solely specialise in domiciliary care. There will be 150 innovative exhibitors showcasing the latest technologies, products and services that are revolutionising home care businesses, maximising sustainability and thus allowing for a better quality of care for all of its users. Delegates will be able to meet businesses such as KareInn, Duncan & Toplis Ltd, and everyLIFE Technologies at the event, whilst you can also sit in on seminars by industry experts like Dr Jane Townson, Rt Hon Prof Paul Burstow, and Dr Malte Gerhold.

Visitors that want to see the technologies that are currently changing the face of the social care industry should go to Care Tech Live, a feature of both the care shows. It is a unique platform for social care business owners and management teams to receive education and source the latest technology that will help them to generate business growth, improve care quality and implement a sustainable social care model.

The European Neuro Convention is Europe’s leading event dedicated to brain and spine experts. Co-located with the DCNH & HCE to highlight the importance of care pathways within a clinical environment and in the community, where more and more rehabilitation and on-going care must be delivered. Industry leading organisations such as Rewalk Robotics, The Brain Charity, and the University of Plymouth will display how their products are revolutionising the shape of the neuro industry. The seminar programme at the Neuro Convention are CPD accredited and contain experts such as Professor Barbara Wilson OBE, Anita Rose, and Rosanne Tyas for great insight into how the European Neuro Convention can help your own personal development.

A ticket to attend any show is free and grants you access to the other exhibitions too. Go to your chosen website and register for you free ticket now!