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Students' suicide issues
25 March, London
Junior health minister John Hatton will give the keynote speech at a 'Suicide issues and students' vulnerability' conference, organised by the National Schizophrenia Fellowship.
Details: James Wade, 0181-547 9231.
Clinical risk management
30 March, London
Healthcare Events offers 'A practical guide to clinical risk management', including the impact of clinical governance, how to assess and analyse risk, complaints management and the legal implications of risk strategy.
Details: Karen Wilman, 0181-408 5234.
7-9 April, Bournemouth
This year's annual National NHS Management Training Scheme conference for finance and general management trainees will discuss 'Shifting sands: rising to the challenge'.
Details: Rebecca Coomber, 0181-962 4546.
Trade unions and PFI
12 April, London
'Disclosure of information: trade unions and PFI' is a Centaur conference which will have a panel of expert speakers, including Davies Wallace Foyster from South Manchester University Hospitals trust.
Details: David De Sousa, 0171-970 4725.
13 April, Manchester
The Northern Medical Specialist Group of the British Computer Society is holding an evening meeting on 'The doctor/patient relationship on the internet', addressing issues such as limited access and confidentiality.
Details: Tom Sharpe, 0161-275 5051.
Positive mental health
13-14 April, York
'Positive practice in mental health services' is the first in a series of Breakthrough events, aiming to draw together examples of positive practice and giving delegates and facilitators the opportunity to share ideas and experiences.
Details: Angie Schram or Ros Shrubb, 01388-767404/ 0191-237 7889.
13-14 April, London
The Stroke Association is organising an international scientific centenary conference on subjects including epidemiology and primary prevention, secondary prevention, stroke management, surgical and medical treatment, imaging, therapy and rehabilitation.
Details: Sharon Wainer, 0171-566 0300.
Health and the arts
13-16 April, Manchester
The World Symposium, Culture, Health and the Arts - CHARTS 99 - explores the relationships between culture, health and the arts with a view to developing strategies for creative approaches to some of the world's health and social problems.
Details: James Arthur or Claire Horrigan, 01625-624091.
Integrated care pathways
14 April, Wrexham/N Wales
Clwydian Community Care trust is holding a conference on 'Integrated care pathways: a model to facilitate multi-disciplinary collaboration when caring for elderly, multiple pathology and community hospital patients'.
Details: Sue Middleton, 01244-545042.