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At Healthcare PCT's Dermatology Update on the 6th November 2014 Read More
At Healthcare PCT's AF Management Update on the 7th October 2014 Read More

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Welcome to Healthcare PCT

 

Healthcare PCT specialises in conferencing and training for healthcare professionals that enable them to have the most up-to-date and relevant knowledge, skills and training to successfully transcend in their professional medical careers.

 

Our lasting relationship with our clients and continued drive to provide them with a high quality, bespoke service over the past years has now enabled us to expand our marketing platform and offer external organisations the opportunity to advertise jobs, branding and upcoming events on our website and newsletters at a very competitive price.

 

HPCT Marketing Services

 

Our key focus lies within targeted marketing and bespoke marketing solutions at a competitive price.

HPCT Conferences and Training

 

We specialise in professional conferences and training seminars for healthcare professionals. 

HPCT Aiding Recruitment

 

We aim to to further assist in your continuous professional development by promoting new job opportunities.

Upcoming Events

Musculoskeletal Update 23/06/2015 Read More
Men's Health 10/06/2015 Read More
COPD 7/05/2015 Read More
ENT 22/04/2015 Read More
Dermatology Update 28/05/2015 Read More
Ophthalmology Update 19/05/2015 Read More
Diabetes Update 17/06/2015 Read More
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In the Media
Parents believe crisps and potatoes count towards your five-a-day

Many parents fail to identify foods that are actually part of the five-a-day guidance.

New test prompts rise in bowel screening uptake

A new test has prompted a significant rise in uptake of bowel cancer screening, show the preliminary results of a national pilot study, presented at Cancer Research UK’s early diagnosis conference in London today.

Fit middle-aged men 'at lower risk for some cancers'

Very fit men in their late 40s are less likely to get lung cancer and colorectal cancer than unfit men, a study in JAMA Oncology suggests.

Chair-bound workers 'should move around every hour to reduce physical and mental health risks'

Workers who spend too much time sitting down are being urged to move around more as sedentary lifestyles are likely to increase risks of many health problems.

GPs should tell their patients to 'go for a walk'

Amid evidence that Britain is now one of the laziest countries in the world. MPs have said GPs should tell their patients to 'go for a walk' and not rely on medical advances to save their lives.

Warn parents not to buy breast milk online

Healthcare professionals should warn parents not to buy breast milk on the internet, experts have warned.

What is the Penrose Inquiry?

Thousands of NHS patients were inadvertently infected with deadly diseases after being given contaminated blood in the 1970s and 1980s - now the Government is set to apologise.

Repeated antibiotic use linked to diabetes

People who need treating with repeated courses of antibiotics may be at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, researchers have found.

Ebola outbreak: The world has eased up too soon on the battle with the virus, says professor who helped discover it

The end of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa may still be some way off, and the world must prepare for future outbreaks, Professor Peter Piot, the co-discoverer of the virus, has said.

60% of patients say life compromised by long-term illness

Too many patients with long-term conditions are not getting the care they need from the NHS, concludes a major report published today by 10 leading health and social care charities.

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Simple and down to basis, brilliant interactive session At Healthcare PCT's Haematology Update on the 26th November 2014 Read More
Flagged important factors in dermatology which are otherwise missed by GPs At Healthcare PCT's Dermatology Update on the 6th November 2014 Read More
Very good run-through of current evidence and guidelines At Healthcare PCT's AF Management Update on the 7th October 2014 Read More
Quite comprehensive and it was an excellent lecture At Healthcare PCT's CKD Update on the 8th July 2014 Read More
Excellent opportunity for [GPs] to refresh our knowledge At Healthcare PCT's Asthma and COPD Update on the 18th June 2014  Read More
Good refresher and relevant treatments At Healthcare PCT's Urrology Update on the 4th June 2014 Read More
Good slides and coverage of topics, knowledgeable speaker At Healthcare PCT's Rheumatology Update on the 21st May 2014 Read More
Nice environment, good knowledge and lecture At Healthcare PCT's Baby steps to ECG on the 17th May 2014 Read More
Loved the case studies and [the] interactive session At Healthcare PCT's Women's Health Update on the 29th April 2014 Read More