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At Healthcare PCT's Haematology Update on the 26th November 2014 Read More
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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Cardiology   Cardiology Introduction Risk Read More
Skin Cancer Skin Cancer Introduction How to pr Read More
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Alcoholism - Detoxification and treatments Alcoholism - Detoxification and tre Read More
Basic Management of Fibroids in Primary Care Basic Management of Fibroids in Prim 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

Sports Injuries Symposium Tuesday 24th November 2015 Read More
Musculoskeletal Update 23/06/2015 Read More
Men's Health 10/06/2015 Read More
Dermatology Update 28/05/2015 Read More
Diabetes Update 17/06/2015 Read More
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In the Media
MS: four in five multiple sclerosis sufferers in UK are misdiagnosed

Poll finds more than a quarter are told incorrectly they have a trapped nerve, with 39% of people with MS waiting over a year for correct diagnosis

Herpes-based drug 'cures' patients of skin cancer

The new therapy has far fewer side effects because it is harnassing the body's own immune system


GCSE revision tips: How to maximise learning and reduce exam stress

GCSEs are now well underway and revision is top of the agenda for many students across the country.  Whilst there is no one approach that will work for everyone, a range of sound advice has developed over time in the form of revision tips.

Mentally ill patients sent home unsupported, experts warn

Pressure to free up mental health beds may be leaving vulnerable people at risk, says a watchdog.

Burundian refugees in Tanzania hit by devastating outbreaks of cholera

Almost 80,000 people are crammed into tiny fishing village after fleeing across the border from their home country

Why falling in love is similar to being drunk

A new study suggests that the love hormone oxytocin has similar affects to being drunk.

Lone mums under 50 risk poorer health in later life

Single motherhood between the ages of 16 and 49 is linked to poorer health in later life, suggests research published online in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.

Nurses may call strike if Government tries to cut pay as David Cameron vows to deliver 'truly seven-day NHS' plans

Nurses may call strike if Government tries to cut pay as David Cameron vows to deliver 'truly seven-day NHS' plans

Cystic fibrosis drug offers hope to patients

A "groundbreaking" cystic fibrosis therapy could profoundly improve patients' quality of life, say doctors.

A&E is no place for suicidal patients  so why do so many end up there?

People come to emergency departments like mine because they don’t know where else to go but the demand is overwhelming and we are not set up to cope

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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