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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

WORKSHOP: Primary Care Carbohydrate Awareness 16/07/2015 Read More
Sports Injuries Symposium Tuesday 24th November 2015 Read More
Musculoskeletal Update 23/06/2015 Read More
Diabetes Update 17/06/2015 Read More
Articles
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In the Media
Chronic depression shrinks brain's memories and emotions

Global study finds the more episodes of depression, the greater the reduction in hippocampus size, but it was very likely damage was reversible

Bowel surgery death rate warning

Too many patients are dying following emergency bowel surgery, experts who have done a comprehensive audit of care across England and Wales warn.

Why do people not know how to use sunscreen?

Experts warn of worrying lack of understanding about the protection they provide.

NHS to give volunteers 'synthetic blood' made in laboratory within two years

It is hoped artificial red blood cells could be used for specialised transfusions

Tripling of severe perineal tears in birth
Chances of IVF success 'futile' for women over 44, says study

Twelve-year project advises donor eggs be recommended to women in mid-40s but says steep decline in birth rates could be avoided by freezing eggs before 35

Unsafe asthma prescribing 'must end'

Tens of thousands of people with asthma in the UK are not getting the right medicines to keep their condition safely under control, according to an audit.

Temporary NHS boss paid 47,000 a month quits

 Ian Miller no longer working as finance director, Barts NHS trust confirms following a Daily Telegraph investigation

Analysis of infant deaths finds UK could save the lives of up to 2,000 babies a year

The lives of up to 2,000 babies could be saved every year if the UK could match the best survival rates in Europe, a new analysis of stillbirths and new-born deaths has found.

Detection bias may be behind memory loss with statins

People taking statins and other non-statin cholesterol-lowering drugs are more likely to report memory problems in the first month of use than people not taking those medicines, researchers have confirmed in a study* based on UK primary care data and published this week in JAMA Internal Medicine. However, they think that detection bias may be behind this association, and that it is not necessarily causal.

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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