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Annual report workshops
22 February, London 24 February, Solihull 2 March, Leeds
Supported by the Association of Healthcare Communicators, a series of Nexus workshops will provide delegates with practical hints and advice for producing annual reports. Details: Geoffrey Bowden, 01483-306912.
Integrated care pathways25 February, London
Healthcare Events is offering a practical guide to integrated care pathways, including writing and using pathways and building teams to implement them. Details: Karen Wilman,0181-408 5234.
Community health 26-28 February, Manchester
A national conference on 'Community involvement in health: new challenges and new opportunities', from Labyrinth Training and Consultancy.
Workshops include community involvement in health action zones, and Agenda 21.Details: Labyrinth, 01535-647443.
Primary care1 March, London
'Don't be a fish out of water. . . get primed!' is a National Casemix Office conference on primary care and getting ready for the new information agenda. Details: Carol Line,01962-844588.
Clinical governance 3 March, 15 April, London
A Gate House workshop on nursing and clinical governance will enable in-depth analysis of key issues in nursing governance. With the government setting a new agenda for trusts and the professions, accountability to the public will offer fresh challenges to nurses. Details: Gate House, 0171-420 3533/3531.
The New NHS Charter3 March, London
Harrogate Public Sector Management Centre is holding a conference on The New NHS Charter , offering an opportunity to give your views. Greg Dyke, The New NHS Charter 's author, will give the keynote address. Details: Harrogate Public Sector Management Centre, 01423-506611.
PCG debate5 March, Birmingham
'PCGs - truth. . . dare. . . kiss. . .promise. . . !' is a HealthTrain forum for open debate by all sectors of primary care groups. The event will be led by Wendy Garcaz of the Primary Care Learning Association. Details: Helen Porter, 0121-354 9905.
Millennium health5-6 March, Blackpool
The nor th-west reg ion of the Institute of Health Services Management is host ing a conference looking at healthcare into the millennium.
Speakers will include Sir Alan Langlands and Peter Homa. Details: Beth Taylor, 0161-787 5190.
Cancer care8 March, Stirling
'Collaboration or isolation: developing multi-agency palliative cancer care in community settings' is a conference addressing issues across health and social care agencies and the independent sector, arising from a study by the Nuffield Centre, Glasgow University. Details: Wendy Lang,0141-330 4441.