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Healthy hospitals 6 July, Glasgow A conference of innovative strategies to develop the hospital as a healthpromoting setting and to examine the latest research and best practice. Keynote speakers include Mila Garcia Barbero of the World Health Organisation. Details: Anne Kaskonas, 0141-201 3000

Managing self-harm 8 July, London A conference on the consequences of self-harm on people and services. It will look at methods of responding through clinically effective ways of managing self-harm behaviours. Details: Gate House, 0171-726 4311/251 6889

Drug policy and treatment 8-9 July, Bromborough, Wirral A conference to promote a broad understanding of the government's strategy for tackling drug misuse. Details: Carol Carhart, 0151-604 7322

Clinical risk management 10 July, London A Royal Society of Medicine and NHS Confederation conference to review progress of clinical risk management. Details: Louisa Bendela, 0171-290 2983

Molecular biology 13-16 July, Coventry Techniques and applications of molecular biology: a course for medical practitioners is organised by Warwick University. Details: Dr Charlotte West, 01203-523540

Child health services 16 July, London A conference to look at a multiprofessional approach, positive management skills and the adoption of good management practice in the provision of child health services. Details: Nicola Murray, 01892-519678

Medical personnel 16 July, Bristol The Association of Medical Personnel Specialists' third annual conference. Details: Gill Plant, 01782-661476

Mental healthcare 20-22 July, York A three-day Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health conference on implementing a comprehensive, integrated mental healthcare strategy through sustaining and improving quality services. Key themes include international and local experience on developing integrated community based mental health services; effective joint working between primary care and specialist mental health services; intensive case management and multidisciplinary teamwork; crisis intervention and acute community care. Details: Jayne Buckland, 0171-827 8384

Integrated care pathways 22 July, York A National Pathway Association meeting on the role of pathways in national agenda: research and development and information technology. Details: Carole Cairns, 01895-238309

Primary care models 23 July, Preston A one-day seminar aimed at sharing the last two years' experience of developing a primary care model for midwifery-led services, using GP commissioning to effect change. Details: Southbank locality commissioning group, 01772-750918