Published: 05/02/2004, Volume II4, No. 5891 Page 37

Eating disorders 23 February, London

'The treatment of eating disorders: implementing the NICE guidelines' is a Pavilion conference. It aims to give delegates an understanding of the implications of National Institute for Clinical Excellence guidance on eating disorders; examples of good practice within the provision of services for eating disorders; and information on how the guidance will complement the relevant national service frameworks.

Details:0870-161 3505 info@pavpub. com

Intermediate care 2 March, London

'Fresh perspectives: the contribution of the voluntary and community sector to intermediate care' is a British Red Cross and Help the Aged event.

Details: Liz Stacey 020-7239 1831 liz. stacey@helptheaged. co. uk

Integrating care 10-11 March, Birmingham

'Managing new realities: integrating the care landscape across health, housing and social care' aims to open up dialogue between health, housing and social care. The event will feature an exhibition hall of 80 exhibitors. Speakers include Turning Point chief executive Lord Adebowale, Health Services Management Centre director Edward Peck, and Modernisation Agency director David Fillingham.

Details:0870-161 3505 info@pavpub. com

Agenda for Change 16 March, London

The NHS is embarking on its biggest ever pay reform with Agenda for Change. 'Paying for change: understanding the NHS pay agenda' has been designed for finance and payroll staff and non-executive directors, to explain the changes and examine forthcoming challenges.

Details:0117-929 4789 events@hfma. org. uk

NHS complaints 16 March, London

'Social services and NHS complaints' is a Carers Training Unit event. It aims to present the main procedures by which community care decisions are challenged, to consider their advantages and disadvantages, and to examine the best ways to remedy problems in the community care system. The event is intended for social workers and care managers, independent advocates, advisers and voluntary sector staff.

Details:020-7566 7632 training@ukcarers. org

Working together 25 March, Walsall

'Working together' is a conference to enable staff and users to contribute effectively to health and social care. It is aimed at health and social care service users and carers; the public; patient and public involvement leads and directors; and health and social care staff and educators who work with user involvement.

Details:0121 695 2443

Teenage sexual health 25 March, Stoke on Trent

'Getting it right for teenagers: avoiding teenage pregnancy and promoting sexual health' is a national conference to share practical and strategic solutions to these issues. It will draw on the children's national service framework and sexual health strategy.

Details: Jackie Redhead 01785 353758 j. p. redhead@staffs. ac. uk

Items are entered free for public sector, voluntary and professional organisations, but we need at least six weeks' notice of your event. Please send details to Sarah Dean, HSJ , Greater London House, Hampstead Road, London, NW1 7EJ. Fax: 020-7874 0265.

E-mail: sarah. dean@emap. com Due to pressure on space, publication cannot be guaranteed.