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CPD Events in February 2019

  • MA Healthcare

    6th National Gastrointestinal Nursing Conference

    1 day lecture-based conference. An insight into how nurses can help patients prepare their bowels for endoscopy; A look at ways to support the mental health and psychological wellbeing of patients with chronic gastrointestinal conditions; Practical approaches to the challenges faced by obese gastrointestinal patients; Strategies for raising the profile of nursing and demonstrating the value of the vital contribution that nurses make to healthcare; Guidance for potential authors who wish to overcome barriers to writing up and publishing quality research and evaluations; An overview of what clinical nurse specialists bring to the health service and how nurses can flourish in this role; Steps for building the knowledge and confidence to get a handle on health-service finance.
  • MA Education

    Nursery World Show 2019

    Two-day programme of 20 hour-long professional seminars and two half-day expert-led masterclasses on early years and childcare best practice; advice and guidance to support improved practice and provision.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Caldicott Principles & Information Sharing for Children & Young People

    Healthcare Conferences UK in association with Christopher Fincken – Independent Member UK Caldicott Guardian Council (Chairman 2012-2017) & Caldicott Guardian at Marie Curie – are pleased to announce this Conference which will focus on Information Sharing and Caldicott Principles in the health and social care of children and young adults.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Preventing Suicide in Young People & Children

    Chaired by Karen Mellanby (Director of Networks and Communities – Mind) and with opening presentations from a young patient leader – the Royal College of Psychiatrists and NHS England – this one day conference will look at how you can reduce preventable suicides and save young lives in your service.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Making Hospitals Safe for People with Diabetes

    This conference focuses on making hospitals safe for people with diabetes – improving inpatient diabetes care.

  • London School of Public Relations

    On Camera - Media Handling

    The training is suitable for communications personnel: involved in communications: PR: Risk and crisis preparation and response. Participants include Diplomats: Ministers: Heads of States: CEOs: Directors and media personalities.

  • London School of Public Relations

    On Camera - Media Handling

    The training is suitable for communications personnel; involved in communications; PR; Risk and crisis preparation and response. Participants include Diplomats; Ministers; Heads of States; CEOs; Directors and media personalities.

  • London School of Public Relations

    On Camera - Media Handling

    The training is suitable for communications personnel; involved in communications; PR; Risk and crisis preparation and response. Participants include Diplomats; Ministers; Heads of States; CEOs; Directors and media personalities.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Saving Babies Lives: Reducing Still Birth

    This conference focuses on the important issue of Saving Babies Lives: Reducing Stillbirth.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Smoking Cessation in Mental Health

    By attending this one day Smoking Cessation in Mental Health conference you will benefit from national updates/case studies and extended interactive sessions.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Self Neglect and Adult Safeguarding

    This conference which features extended interactive masterclass focuses on the difficult issue of self neglect and adult safeguarding.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Reducing and improving the use of Restrictive Interventions & Practice

    This conference will focus on reducing restrictive interventions in line with national guidance and ensuring adherence to the 2018 National NICE Quality Standard on Violence and Aggression.

  • London School of Public Relations

    PR & Reputation Management Diploma

    The practical 5 day Diploma course focuses on how to create communication campaigns; manage brands; predict and reduce risk; protect and enhance reputation; and create strategic communications plans; which engage effectively with your stakeholders.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Branding

    The two day course will train you on how to create successful; engaging and effective communication strategies for your brand.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Work smarter not harder: hacks to take you a long way at work

    Understand how to ‘hack’ work and be the best you with Saj Jetha; founder of the multi-award winning The Smarty Train and author of The Smarts: Big Little Hacks to Take You a Long Way at Work.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Psychiatry and Philosophy

    Mental disorders are widely held to have a chemical basis best treated with medication; and contemporary psychiatry is more closely allied with the neuro- and behavioural sciences than with philosophy. So what; if anything; does philosophy have to offer psychiatry today? Exploring both historical examples and contemporary psychiatric practice; we ask what the theoretical and therapeutic benefits of a philosophically informed psychiatry might be.

  • Faversham House

    edie Sustainability Leaders Forum 2019

    This is an event for global sustainability leaders with one common goal: to transform business for good. It brings together ambitious professionals every year including Government; NGOs; investors; business leaders; and more. The 2019 Forum theme “Embracing the fierce urgency of NOW” inspired the development of the programme which features leadership labs; a Mission Possible call to action; live edie podcast and more to give you the most interactive and immersive experience throughout.

  • Down Syndrome Training & Support Service

    Signing and Down syndrome

    This course details why it is so important to use visual forms of communication with children who have Down syndrome. Speech assisted signing makes speech visual .The course includes 300 everyday signs over two 2 hour sessions. Session 1 covers why we use signing with children with Down syndrome; the BSL alphabet and the signs for manners; animals; food; family and other people. Session 2 covers signs for the home; school day; colours; descriptions; time/days and questions. Followed by a discussion on how behaviour can be addressed through signing. Both sessions include practise of useful phrases and familiar children’s songs.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Welfare after Beveridge: State or Civil Society

    Beveridge argued for the primacy of the state in providing welfare.  His critics then and since have argued for more support from civil society; from communal associations; churches; voluntary organisations.  This final lecture shows why obligations to others should be involuntary – and so why state support is fundamental.  The challenge is to cut free of the bureaucratic tangles and institutional corruption which afflict the welfare state today.

  • AllianceBernstein Limited

    Breakfast Seminar : Managing ESG Factors

    AllianceBernstein will host a breakfast seminar to discuss: Why now for ESG-it’s implications and considerations for UK DC plans. Best practice for reflecting ESG considerations in DC default strategies. Different approaches to integrate ESG and sustainability by asset class

  • Convenzis Group

    Digital Primary Care Congress: The Information Revolution

    Digital systems are the foundation upon which we will build a modern; efficient and responsive health service. Enabling information to flow between care providers within and beyond organisational boundaries; and between care providers and patients; is a key means by which we will achieve a safe; convenient and personalised health and care service. Join us in February 2019 as we delve into the world of Digital Primary Care; our Digital Primary Care: The Information Revolution conference has been developed to advise GP Surgery’s and Clinical Commissioning Groups on the current tools in place to help them harness technology and drive efficiency.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    IV Therapy Summit: Difficult Venous Access & Improving Practice with uncompliant patients

    This conference focuses on IV access: managing uncompliant patients and patients with difficult venous access.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Controlled Drugs Summit: Ensuring the Safer Management of Controlled Drugs: Diversion & Abuse; Prescribing & Use

    The national controlled drugs summit focuses on the safe use/prescribing and management of controlled drugs including monitoring adherence against the NICE guidance on the safe use and management of controlled drugs.

  • Greater London Fostering

    Safeguarding Training

    Safeguarding Training for foster carers

  • London School of Public Relations

    Risk & Crisis

    The two-day course gives you the tools to predict issues and manage risks; with a step-by-step guide on how to handle difficult situations during a crisis. It is important for an organisation to prepare for events in order to avoid damaging their reputation. The training also prepares you for a crisis situation; developing a crisis plan; assembling a crisis team and putting it all into action.

  • Engaging Safety

    Manual Handling

    An interactive half-day course suitable for people at all levels who carry out manual handling while undertaking their daily duties at work. The course uses the latest statistics and HSE guidance documents and gives a detailed explanation of how to avoid injury to the individuals and the consequences of unsafe actions.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Making a difference in Greece

    What are the key policies that will bring change in Greece? Kostis Hatzidakis addresses some critical factors that can lift the country’s growth and boost development.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Book Editing

    The Book Editing course is a highly popular course: which has succeeded in providing an excellent base for the start of a career in publishing. The course is suitable for recent graduates: those changing career direction and those already in publishing and requiring refresher training. The examination-based course is designed for those wishing to work in editorial and proofreading and those who work in books and related publishing. It concentrates on editing and proofreading skills and the techniques required in preparing text for publication. At the same time: the focus is expanded to include information about production: design: rights and other aspects of publishing.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Book Editing

    The Book Editing course is a highly popular course; which has succeeded in providing an excellent base for the start of a career in publishing. The course is suitable for recent graduates; those changing career direction and those already in publishing and requiring refresher training. The examination-based course is designed for those wishing to work in editorial and proofreading and those who work in books and related publishing. It concentrates on editing and proofreading skills and the techniques required in preparing text for publication. At the same time; the focus is expanded to include information about production; design; rights and other aspects of publishing.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Book Editing

    The Book Editing course is a highly popular course; which has succeeded in providing an excellent base for the start of a career in publishing. The course is suitable for recent graduates; those changing career direction and those already in publishing and requiring refresher training. The examination-based course is designed for those wishing to work in editorial and proofreading and those who work in books and related publishing. It concentrates on editing and proofreading skills and the techniques required in preparing text for publication. At the same time; the focus is expanded to include information about production; design; rights and other aspects of publishing.

  • Engaging Safety

    Just 5 Steps - Risk Management

    1 day course providing a platform for discussion about the legal requirement for managing risk. Suitable for all levels

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • Skin Solutions

    Skin Needling

    The event will begin with a detailed presentation covering skin anatomy; treatment indications; contra indications; treatment techniques and after care.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    A Practical Guide to the Prevention and Management of Heel Pressure Ulcers

    This conference focuses on a practical guide to eliminating heel pressure ulcers and improving care and treatment in your service from prevention and risk assessment to management and treatment.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Improving Cancer Diagnosis: Meeting the 28 Day National Faster Diagnosis Standard

    The recommendation from the Independent Cancer Taskforce was for 95% of patients to receive a definitive diagnosis or ruling out of cancer within 28 days of a referral. This conference focuses on implementation of the new 28 day standard in practice including learning from the pilot sites.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Working with bereaved teenagers

    Understand more about teenagers’ responses to grief to help you communicate with them and provide appropriate support.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    When a child dies – supporting parents and families

    Explore the impact of the death of a child on a family and build your confidence and skills when communicating with and supporting grieving families.

  • London School of Public Relations

    CSR & Sustainability

    The two day course will train you on how to manage corporate social responsibility and sustainability within your business. You will learn how to enhance stakeholder relationships and create positive business practices; with strong CSR strategies.

  • Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Limited

    Effective Time Management

    Time management is the ability to know how to plan your time and how to utilise it well and is therefore a very important skill to have within a busy GP Practice. This course is designed to help you improve your time management skills by using a variety of tools and techniques to achieve specific tasks; projects and goals. You will learn some of the elements of effective time management including self-awareness; creating a productive environment; setting priorities; reducing distractions; effective delegation; upward management; managing the stress of a busy workload and working towards a healthy work life balance.

  • Royal United Services Institute

    Kidnap: Inside the Ransom Business

    Dr Anja Shortland from King’s College London will discuss her new book; ‘Kidnap: Inside the Ransom Business’ and analyse the powerful private governance system that takes control in transnational hostage situations to safely and cheaply retrieve kidnap victims.

  • Royal United Services Institute

    Send for Levene: A Discussion with Lord Levene

    Lord Levene of Portsoken KBE; former UK Chief of Defence Procurement will launch his autobiography; Send for Levene; at RUSI and discuss lessons for current practice in defence procurement and previous reform.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Brexit: with a little help from our friends

    The panel considers the implications of Brexit on other countries; as well as how our friends overseas are fundamental to securing a smooth transition.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Racial Inequality in Britain - The Macpherson Report 20 Years On

    How have legislative issues been addressed to remedy racial inequalities and what has been the impact on law; policing; socioeconomic inequalities; media; politics and education?

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • British Educational Suppliers Association

    LearnED Cambridge

    Series of FREE one-day ‘best practice’ educational technology training roadshows organised by BESA in partnership with the Department for Education.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Caldicott Guardian Training Course

    This one day course provides practical Caldicott Training for both new and more experienced Caldicott Guardians – their deputies and others – involved in applying the Caldicott Principles across a wide range of organisations. It provides sound foundations for those seeking to expand their understanding of the Caldicott Guardian Role and its function within Information Governance / and inspiration as to how it can be implemented and developed in their own organisations.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Investigation and Learning from Deaths in NHS Trusts

    This National Conference focuses on improving the investigation and learning from deaths in NHS Trusts following the National CQC and NQB guidance and Department of Health reporting requirements.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Nurse Prescribing Leadership Summit 2019

    This Summit bring together Nurse prescribers to understand current issues and the national context and to debate and discuss key issues and areas they are facing in practice.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Improving Sexual Safety on Mental Health Wards

    This conference focuses Improving Sexual Safety on Mental Health Wards in response to the concerns raised by the Care Quality Commission.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Communicating with families when children have a life-limiting condition and complex needs

    Gain a deeper understanding of families’ needs and the difficulties they may face from diagnosis onwards.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Presentation Skills

    During this one day course; you will learn how to develop a better presentation skillset; focusing on body language; delivery; confidence and communication skills.

  • KNect365

    SuperReturn US West

    The leading West Coast private equity and venture capital event. A truly unique and all inclusive agenda featuring the hottest topics and latest market trends. 330+ attendees join high level keynote discussions on the future of the industry; and detailed summit days and stream presentations and discussions on key topics such as fundraising; secondaries; venture and tech; private credit and distressed debt; co-investments and international investing.

  • Marcus Evans Sdn Bhd

    10th Annual Mena Legal Counsel

    Equip yourself with pragmatic tools in becoming a legal leader by joining us at “10th Annual MENA Legal 4.0”. This conference will offer legal counsels the opportunity to enrich themselves with knowledge on themes such as “SMARTER Lawyers: The 3A’s – Automation; Artificial Intelligence and Analytics”; “SMART Contracts: Transforming the Legal industry in the Blockchain World”; “Post Implementation of VAT: Role of Legal Counsel in Avoiding Potential Penalties” and “How In-house Counsels and CIOs are Teaming Up to Prevent Becoming the Next Target of a High-Profile Breach”. Do not pass up the opportunity to leverage our half day post conference workshop focusing on “Best Practices to Arbitration and Dispute Resolution!” Discover ways to energise; organise and inspire your legal team to reach its fullest potential.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Improving the Quality of Ambulance Services: Meeting and Measuring Progress against the CQC Quality Ratings

    This conference focuses on improving the quality of ambulance services and meeting and measuring progress against the CQC Quality Ratings. The conference aims to bring together clinicians and managers leading on quality improvement to understand current issues and the national context and to debate and discuss key issues and areas they are facing in practice in meeting the CQC Quality Ratings in ambulance services.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Optimisation of Electronic Prescribing in Hospitals National Summit 2019

    This National Summit will focus on the optimisation of Hospital Electronic Prescribing and Medicines Administration (HePMA). The summit will examine the development of electronic prescribing systems towards advanced eprescribing and ensuring the full clinical benefits are achieved.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Falls Prevention Summit 2019: Reducing Inpatient Falls & Harm from Inpatient Falls

    This national falls summit focuses on reducing inpatient falls and harm from inpatient falls. Through national updates/practical case studies and learning from the 2017 National Audit of Inpatient Falls the conference will provide a step by step guide to implementing the multiple interventions that have been proven to reduce falls in your service.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Blogging

    Many companies use blogs as an essential part of their digital marketing strategy to humanise brands and to drive new traffic to their website. Run through an Adobe authorised training centre; this one day course is designed to help you define your goals; create a short and long term strategy for your blog; and teach you how and what to blog about – vital skills if your blog is to be a success. You need no previous experience to attend this course.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Engines of Privilege: Britain's private school problem

    A rigorous; compelling and balanced examination of the British private school system and the lifetime of inequalities it entrenches. 

  • KNect365

    Finovate Europe

    The leading European showcase for fintech innovation. Finovate events bring together thousands of start-ups; established companies; media; financial service institutions; and funders (VC; private equity; corporates) drawn by the opportunity to see the future of fintech.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • Open Forum Events

    Children and Young People's Mental Health: From Early Intervention to Improved Services

    Reports of children and adolescents’ issues with mental health hit the headlines far too often. A total of 389; 727 under-19s have an active referral – the highest figure ever. At our sixth event in a series of conferences on this issue; Children and Young People’s Mental Health: From Early Intervention to Improved Services; will address how services can be improved.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Root Cause Analysis: 2 Day Intensive Training Course

    Facilitated by Kate Hill – Solicitor – InPractice this interactive and practical course will provide a structured approach to incident investigation from an initial understanding of the legal and factual context / through to information collection / analysis / the report and writing a final action plan.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    A Short History of Europe

    Simon Jenkins discusses his latest book; A Short History of Europe and the lessons to be learned from European history.

  • Spinal Injuries Association

    Continence Matters: introduction to managing the neurogenic bowel in spinal cord injury

    This Study Day is a new event aimed at increasing delegates’ understanding of the impact of spinal cord injury (SCI) on bowel function; and; also; through clinical presentations and product engagement; raise awareness of different management methods. The day will have a strong interactive element; where delegates will have the opportunity to view product demos facilitated by four invited exhibitors; which; with the knowledge gained through the presentations; will enable them to improve bowel care provision for individuals with SCI.

  • Tacpac

    London Essentials Training 2019

    Tacpac Essentials: provides all those who use Tacpac with the fundamental understanding and skills necessary for the effective delivery of Tacpac.

  • MA Healthcare

    17th National Conference for Current Issues in Midwifery

    The 17th National Conference for Current Issues in Midwifery will provide an understanding of the current challenges; updates and issues faced by those working in midwifery. This event assembles some of the most highly respected professionals working in the field of maternity care; presenting an excellent arena for all midwives; midwifery managers; student midwives and lecturers to discuss the hot topics on today’s midwifery agenda.

  • UWE Bristol

    Bristol Distinguished Address Series: Ruth Hunt; Chief Executive; Stonewall - Lecture Title: Achieving social change

    Ruth Hunt – Chief Executive of Stonewall will deliver a lecture as part of the Bristol Distinguished Address Series entitled ‘Achieving social change’. Ruth will talk about her early campaigning career at school and University and her experiences as leader at Stonewall. As both a woman and a lesbian Ruth has unique experiences of leadership lobbying and building relationships based on humanity; compassion and empathy. Ruth has redefined Stonewall’s role as a charity from one that enables change to one that empowers others to make change happen. Under her leadership Stonewall’s programmes and the way they are delivered have been refined to ensure they create sustainable; powerful grassroot activism; both in the UK and abroad. Ruth has also established Stonewall as a leading voice on international LGBT equality delivering ground-breaking international empowerment programmes in some of the world’s most hostile countries; in addition to being a major influencer on the UK Government; ensuring the UK is an informed and effective world leader for LGBT equality.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Masterclass: Restrictive Interventions in Physical and Mental Healthcare Settings: The legal framework

    Healthcare professionals may not think that they use restrictive interventions but enhanced observations/physical restraint/mechanical restraint/manual restraint/rapid tranquilisation/searches/seclusion and long-term segregation are all considered to be restrictive interventions and should be used with appropriate policies and procedures in place. It is important that restrictive interventions are used appropriately/legally and ethically and also part of a care programme aimed at reducing the interventions.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Sub-Editing

    Learn the core skills required to edit news stories; features; blogs and more to professional journalistic standards. The five week evening course will train you in the fundamental techniques of editing raw copy text; or even your own writing; into attention-grabbing and highly readable stories; as demanded by content publishers worldwide. It is aimed at a broad range of participants; from self-starter bloggers to experienced journalists who require formalised refresher training. You will learn how to approach written copy critically and reshape it into compelling editorial content that people will want to read. Focusing on practical exercises and using real-world examples; the course also focuses on the different sub-editing approaches required for various types of material; and explains the distinctive subbing methods demanded by print and online media.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Refugia: solving the problem of mass displacement

    Using fresh interpretations of utopian and archipelagic thinking; Robin Cohen will examine the limits and possibilities of creating an imaginative answer to mass displacement.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Kapuscinski Lecture: Netflix for Agriculture? Digital Technology for Development

    Can advances in digital technology enhance agricultural productivity for smallholder farmers in developing economies?

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    A Practical Guide to Successful Consultant Job Planning

    We are pleased to announce the seventh national Job Planning Conference. The conference aims to bring together those leading and improving the effectiveness of Job planning to understand current issues and the national context and to debate and discuss key issues and areas they are facing in practice.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Improving Dementia Care in Hospital: Ensuring Adherence to the NICE 2018 Guideline

    This conference focuses on improving Dementia Care in Hospital ensuring adherence to the 2018 NICE Guidelines and learning from the National Dementia Audit. Case studies and extended sessions will demonstrate best practice in delivering a dementia friendly hospital and ensuring best practice and care for people with dementia.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Clinical Leadership Masterclass

    Leadership in the NHS is the responsibility of all staff. This one day introduction to Leadership will allow all medical and non-medical staff to learn about their personal leadership styles and how they can lead their teams.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Press Release Writing

    A practical one-day course; designed to teach you how to confidently write press releases that stand out.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Influence & Impression Management

    This one day course will help you unlock the key to Executive Presence and create impressive impressions on others. You will explore the power of body language; voice; tone and pitch and charisma in making an impact on others.

  • Royal United Services Institute

    Striking the Right Balance: America’s Commitment to Syria and Afghanistan

    In this discussion; Senator Coons will offer his views on the value of continued US troop commitments in Syria and Afghanistan; and what US strategy towards both means for America and its Western allies.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Democracy on the Road: a 25 year journey through India

    On the eve of India’s General elections in April and May; Ruchir Sharma will in this event; which marks the publication of his new book; offer a portrait of how India and its democracy work. Sharma has covered every election for the last two decades on the road talking to farmers; shopkeepers and CEOs from Rajasthan to Tamil Nadu; and interviewing leaders from Narendra Modi to Rahul Gandhi. 

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Doping

    World-class athletes push themselves beyond normal limits and transform their bodies through training and diet. But in the wake of various scandals across the world of sport; we know pharmaceuticals can also play a role.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Authority in the era of populism

    Public trust in the establishment is waning; but an age of disruption requires good leadership. So how can leaders lead in a post-deferential age?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Brexit: The Constitution and the future of the UK 

    Vernon Bogdanor discusses his forthcoming publication on the Constitution’s role within the future relationship between the UK and Europe.

  • Roger Bullivant Limited

    RB Breakfast Club

    Piling & Foundation Engineering CPD

  • Roger Bullivant Limited

    RB Breakfast Club

    Piling & Foundation Engineering CPD

  • Engaging Safety

    CDM Awareness and Workshop

    3 day CDM Awareness and Workshop for Principal Designers Principal Contractors Clients and Designers. Understand your duties.

  • Royal United Services Institute

    Russian Political War: Moving Beyond The Hybrid

    Professor Mark Galeotti; senior non-resident fellow with the Institute of International Relations Prague; will consider the nature and model of Russian thinking on ‘hybrid war’.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Picture Research

    The LSP Picture Research course is recognised as being the UK’s leading training course in this subject. The course is suitable for those interested in pursuing a career in picture research and picture editing; those in the early stages of their career or those who require refresher training to keep up-to-date with any changes affecting the industry. The project-based course is highly enjoyable and stimulating; with an emphasis on the practical issues relevant to the industry. The course keeps abreast of new developments; with special attention paid to the impact of digital technology and the role of the Internet. Member of the British Association of Picture Libraries and Agencies [BAPLA].

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Quarantine

    One hundred years after the influenza pandemic; a novelist; a science writer and a population health specialist discuss the social impact of pandemics through time; and how virus; quarantine and contagion continue to inspire our dystopian literary imaginations.

  • MA Healthcare

    Current Issues in Gastroenterology: a focus on IBD

    The Gastroenterology study days look at the challenges faced in day to day practice; with highly relevant lectures and sessions. There is an opportunity for questions and discussion after each lecture; providing delegates with an interactive experience. These one day masterclasses will give you the opportunity to hear from key opinion leaders and share knowledge with your peers

  • I.S.C. SRL

    EDMR and Mindfulness - Redefining the Paradigm for Trauma Focused Care with Jamie Marich

    For the past 2600 years; Buddhist mindfulness and the therapies and practices connected to this system of healing have contributed to psychological and spiritual relief for millions of people. Over the last 25 years; our understanding and the treatment of trauma related disorders and difficulties have progressed; with Francine Shapiro’s development of EMDR therapy and the AIP model representing a particular highlight. In this workshop; participants are challenged to consider how fusing two systems of healing; mindfulness-informed interventions and trauma focused care guided by the EMDR approach to psychotherapy can revolutionize the helping profession’s delivery of trauma responsive services.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Copy-Editing

    Through a series of practical exercises; you will learn to approach the printed word in a more analytical and critical way; allowing you to spot errors quickly and have the confidence to rewrite everyday text into concise; precise and compelling editorial copy at high speed. You will also have the opportunity to master the latest BSI copy-editing and proof correction marks. Attendees will learn the essential parts of the BSI 5261-2:2005 copy preparation and proof correction marks.

  • London School of Publishing (LSP)

    Writing for Professionals

    Communication skills are vital in any industry – sourcing information and writing documents to relay key messages to various audiences are some of the essential skills that can be developed through the course. The two-day course is taught by the leading journalist; Marianne Gray; who has extensive experience both as a journalist and as a trainer. The course is essentially very realistic and contemporary. It is a relaxed class that covers a lot of ground and is designed to make your business corporate writing stand out in a crowd. It guides delegates on how to find and write vital information in the best style and deliver it to the correct reader. In class we write documents like mission statements; business reports; speeches and corporate documents for external; in-house; web and blog use. We will do our best to incorporate individual training needs. Prior to the course taking place; you will be required to provide details on your current role and areas that you wish to improve in terms of writing and what you are looking to gain from the course. The training is designed to be practical and offers considerable advice and information. Course delegates will submit a 1;500 word feature two weeks after completing the course. Topics can be related to either professional occupations or personal interest.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Writing for Professionals

    The 1 day course is designed to make your writing communications stand out from the crowd. You will learn how to improve your writing style and accuracy. We will cover writing effective business reports; proposals; newsletters; corporate literature; web site content; blogs; emails and speeches.

  • London School of Public Relations

    Copy-Editing

    Through a series of practical exercises; you will learn to approach the printed word in a more analytical and critical way; allowing you to spot errors quickly and have the confidence to rewrite everyday text into concise; precise and compelling editorial copy at high speed. You will also have the opportunity to master the latest BSI copy-editing and proof correction marks. Attendees will learn the essential parts of the BSI 5261-2:2005 copy preparation and proof correction marks.

  • Moftah Publishing

    Middle East Maths Teachers Conference

    The conference serves as an opportunity for scholarly exchange and discussion; hands on workshops with leading experts as well as sharing good practice among schools; with the ultimate goal of improving student engagement and learning in Mathematics across the region.

  • Dek Montessori

    Montessori Education Workshop (3-6Y)

    A practical hands-on workshop for early years teachers and parents interested in the Montessori method of education.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    A New International Order? Peacemaking after the First World War

    A century after the Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919; this session will reappraise the peace settlement that followed the First World War.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Pessimism and the State of the World

    Why are people in some of the richest countries in the world so miserable when so much of the economic and social data show massive material progress?  Where did all that anger and anxiety come from that is manifested in populism; terrorism; and worsening well-being and mental health? Are we; despite the massive gains in material progress in recent decades; living in an age of insecurity?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Heavy Metal In Baghdad

    Much of the current geo-political climate and (dis)order; especially in the Middle East; connects back to the events around 9/11 and its aftermath; including the USA and UK’s decision to invade Iraq. This documentary allows for Acrassicauda; the first Iraqi heavy metal band; to tell that story through the lens of everyday citizens.

  • KNect365

    SuperVenture

    SuperVenture is the leading event for LPs and GPs to connect and learn about the latest developments in venture capital and growth equity. Join 270+ innovative managers and influential investors for two days of in-depth discussion; focusing on start up and first time funds; mid to late stage deals and exits; we well as sector specialisation and future trends in investment; technology and disruption.

  • KNect365

    SuperReturn International

    The world’s largest private equity and venture capital event. 2;500+ attendees join high level keynote sessions on the future of the industry and detailed summit days stream presentations and discussions over 4 days. SuperReturn International brings together the biggest name speakers from the leading global PE firms; and the most influential LP speakers sharing their views. No other conference has a line-up like this.

  • Government Events

    The Future of Modern Foreign Languages in Education Conference

    This conference will give the latest information on the status of Modern Foreign Languages teaching in schools and universities through high level presentations and best practice case studies.

  • MA Healthcare

    Current Issues in Gastroenterology: a focus on IBD

    The Gastroenterology study days look at the challenges faced in day to day practice; with highly relevant lectures and sessions. There is an opportunity for questions and discussion after each lecture; providing delegates with an interactive experience. These one day masterclasses will give you the opportunity to hear from key opinion leaders and share knowledge with your peers

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Whatever Happened to the Revolution? LSE in the 60s

    One British university above all others came to be associated with student rebellion in the 1960s – the LSE – later referred by one of the original  rebels as that ‘utopia at the end of the Kingsway rainbow – for a period’. But why the LSE? What did the students hope to achieve? And what legacy did  they leave behind?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    A Populist Wave? Unity and Division Among Europe's New Parties

    The recent wave of populist parties and politicians throughout Europe and the world has been portrayed as a monolithic phenomenon that transcends national borders. On the right and on the left; populists have been portrayed as polarising forces that reinforce existing divisions in society and pull each side further from the centre.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Drugs Aren’t Working! Confronting the Crisis of Superbugs

    Growing resistance to antibiotics is one of the most significant current threats to global public health. Estimates suggest that in the European Union and the United States alone infections from multidrug resistant bacteria cause around 50;000 deaths a year; with substantial economic burdens associated with these infections. These figures will likely worsen; in the absence of new antibiotics to replace those with declining effectiveness.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Are We Heading Towards a Digital Dystopia?

    As technology and media continue to change our society at a rapid rate; what are the implications for our privacy; democracy and role as citizens?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    A Marketplace for World Order

    For nearly a century; America has provided the world a simple narrative: “If you’re with us; you get international rule of law. If not; you have to deal with arbitrary exercise of power.” Obviously; to most nations the latter proposition is untenable.

  • Convenzis Group

    2nd Patient Flow: The Future of Urgent and Emergency Care Congress

    In July 2018 the Convenzis Group hosted the 1st Patient Flow: Health and Care Improvement for Urgent and Emergency Care congress; due to the success and popularity of the event we will be hosting the 2nd event in London on the 27th of February 2019. Across the NHS; staff work around the clock to deliver the best possible care to more patients than ever before; but it’s becoming increasingly difficult as demand continues to rise. The current system is under increasing pressure so NHS England wants to improve the urgent and emergency care (UEC) system so patients get the right care in the right place; whenever they need it. NHS England has set in place a series of pilots and programmes that will help to manage the current demand that the Urgent and emergency care services face; our conference will give you first hand insight into these impending changes.

  • Floodex / Irrigex trade show - Seminars

    Seminar sessions from leading figures in the water management sector covering drainage; flooding and irrigation. Accessible to a non-technical audience; also covers top level strategic thinking as to why organisations need to be thinking about managing and investing in their own water management systems.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • The Housing Forum

    Development Partnership Forum - East of England: Creating New Communities

    The first Development Partnership Forum of 2019 will examine new opportunities available to the sector in the East of England by exploring the development lifecycle and the growth of new settlements.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Crisis of the Liberal World Order; or is the West in Decline - Again?

    The world famous theorist of international politics John Ikenberry of Princeton has for many years been insisting that the liberal world order created by the USA after WW2 has proved remarkably durable.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Innovation: a disruptive force for good?

    “You see things; and you say “Why?” But I dream things that never were; and I say “Why not?” George Bernard Shaw. Join a panel of entrepreneurs and innovation experts to discuss how we can tackle the world’s biggest problems in innovative ways to benefit society.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Dangerous Scholarship: trolled and threatened for research and activism

    The panel discusses how research about discrimination; misogyny; climate change or social inequity can call forth a violent ideological and physical backlash on and offline. 

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Beyond Journeys: a dialogue with migrants and refugees

    Today’s growing sense of ‘disorder’ is shaped by the current refugee and migrant crisis. Conceived as an open dialogue between the audience and migrants and refugees; this panel provides the audience with an opportunity to explore the real-life consequences of current geopolitical tensions.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    New Reconcilliations: the two Koreas

    Since early 2018; the two Koreas on the Korean Peninsula; known to be the last remaining divided countries since the end of the Second World War; have begun the road to reconciliation. A series of summit visits have taken place and are expected to continue; together with various events and projects that are expected to increase the level of interaction in terms of economy; politics; culture and infrastructure. What does this thawing relationship mean for the future of the Koreas and of the world?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    How to Remain Sane in the Age of Populism

    Until not so long ago; some parts of the world—namely; the West— were thought to be solid; steady; stable. Other parts of the world—namely; the non-West— were thought to be liquid; not yet settled. Since 2016 it has become increasingly clear to citizens across the world that there are no solid and in fact; we are all living in liquid times.

  • Youth Sport Trust

    YST 2019 Conference – Transforming Education Through Sport

    Strapline: Transforming Education Through Sport Overview: The Youth Sport Trust 2019 Annual Conference will focus on what it means to transform education and schools through Physical Education; sport and play. Radical; innovative thinking is needed to ensure we educate young people in a sustainable and healthy way. This conference will showcase evidence and examples of how schools are doing this. Schools and their leaders from across our membership network of more than 4;000 schools will talk through how they are transforming the lives of their students through the strategic and innovative use of PE; sport and physical activity.

  • Royal United Services Institute

    Report Launch: The creation of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre

    A lecture by Robert Hannigan CMG; Distinguished Fellow; RUSI and former Director; GCHQ; on the creation of the National Cyber Security Centre and future cyber security challenges.

  • Faversham House

    Utility Week Consumer Debt Conference 2019

    Now in its 11th year; the Utility Week Consumer Debt Conference is the only dedicated event for credit; debt; billing and collections professionals within the electricity; gas; & water sectors; bringing together 120+ industry leaders every year. The Utility Week Consumer Debt Conference is the main source of knowledge & exchange of expertise for customer and debt professionals delivering leading speakers; lively discussions and debates; innovative topics and collaborative workshops every year.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • Committee of Advertising Practice

    Advice:am Misleading Advertising

    This seminar will cover all of the essential rules and information required to create advertising campaigns that do not mislead consumers.

  • Crown Stone Group

    BS8102 - The Good; the Bad; and the Criminally Negligible

    We have had a lot of people tell us that they are very interested in finding out more about how basements are excavated and waterproofed properly to BS8102. That’s why we will be hosting an hour long CPD presentation on basement construction; waterproofing systems and maintenance; with a chance to network after!

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Developing Urban Futures

    Following on from the Developing Urban Futures Urban Age Conference orgainised by LSE Cities in Addis Ababa in November 2018; this event will explore urban dynamics in rapidly changing Sub-Saharan African cities; and discuss how current models of planning and governance succeed or fail; addressing specific urban conditions on the ground.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Drug Wars and Strongman Politics

    It is impossible to specify the number of extrajudicial killings that have occurred in the Philippines since President Duterte announced his ‘war on drugs’ in May 2016. What is certain; however; is the disruptive impacts that these ‘strongman’ politics have had on daily life in that country.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Haunting of Neo-liberalism

    Marx famously wrote of the spectre of communism haunting Europe in the nineteenth century; and the end of the Cold War might be considered to mark its exorcism. But has communism really been laid to rest?

  • Royal United Services Institute

    Report Launch: The creation of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre

    A lecture by Robert Hannigan CMG; Distinguished Fellow; RUSI and former Director; GCHQ; on the creation of the National Cyber Security Centre and future cyber security challenges.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The New World Gives the Orders

    Politics and philosophy; discussion and performance:  Orwell as prophet; Pinter as protester; and ‘Convenience’ as the new order of our virtual world. LSE Language Centre; in collaboration with the LSE Student Union Drama Society; presents an evening of dramas and discussion. 

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  • 6th National Gastrointestinal Nursing Conference 01-02-19 View Details
  • Nursery World Show 2019 01-02-19 View Details
  • Caldicott Principles & Information Sharing for Children & Young People 01-02-19 View Details
  • Preventing Suicide in Young People & Children 01-02-19 View Details
  • Making Hospitals Safe for People with Diabetes 01-02-19 View Details
  • On Camera - Media Handling 01-02-19 View Details
  • On Camera - Media Handling 01-02-19 View Details
  • On Camera - Media Handling 01-02-19 View Details
  • Saving Babies Lives: Reducing Still Birth 04-02-19 View Details
  • Smoking Cessation in Mental Health 04-02-19 View Details
  • Self Neglect and Adult Safeguarding 04-02-19 View Details
  • Reducing and improving the use of Restrictive Interventions & Practice 04-02-19 View Details
  • PR & Reputation Management Diploma 04-02-19 View Details
  • Branding 04-02-19 View Details
  • Work smarter not harder: hacks to take you a long way at work 04-02-19 View Details
  • Psychiatry and Philosophy 04-02-19 View Details
  • edie Sustainability Leaders Forum 2019 05-02-19 View Details
  • Signing and Down syndrome 05-02-19 View Details
  • Welfare after Beveridge: State or Civil Society 05-02-19 View Details
  • Breakfast Seminar : Managing ESG Factors 06-02-19 View Details
  • Digital Primary Care Congress: The Information Revolution 06-02-19 View Details
  • Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students 06-02-19 View Details
  • IV Therapy Summit: Difficult Venous Access & Improving Practice with uncompliant patients 06-02-19 View Details
  • Controlled Drugs Summit: Ensuring the Safer Management of Controlled Drugs: Diversion & Abuse; Prescribing & Use 06-02-19 View Details
  • Safeguarding Training 06-02-19 View Details
  • Risk & Crisis 06-02-19 View Details
  • Manual Handling 06-02-19 View Details
  • Making a difference in Greece 06-02-19 View Details
  • Book Editing 06-02-19 View Details
  • Book Editing 06-02-19 View Details
  • Book Editing 06-02-19 View Details
  • Just 5 Steps - Risk Management 07-02-19 View Details
  • Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students 07-02-19 View Details
  • Skin Needling 07-02-19 View Details
  • A Practical Guide to the Prevention and Management of Heel Pressure Ulcers 07-02-19 View Details
  • Improving Cancer Diagnosis: Meeting the 28 Day National Faster Diagnosis Standard 07-02-19 View Details
  • Working with bereaved teenagers 07-02-19 View Details
  • When a child dies – supporting parents and families 07-02-19 View Details
  • CSR & Sustainability 07-02-19 View Details
  • Effective Time Management 07-02-19 View Details
  • Kidnap: Inside the Ransom Business 07-02-19 View Details
  • Send for Levene: A Discussion with Lord Levene 07-02-19 View Details
  • Brexit: with a little help from our friends 07-02-19 View Details
  • Racial Inequality in Britain - The Macpherson Report 20 Years On 07-02-19 View Details
  • Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students 08-02-19 View Details
  • LearnED Cambridge 08-02-19 View Details
  • Caldicott Guardian Training Course 08-02-19 View Details
  • Investigation and Learning from Deaths in NHS Trusts 08-02-19 View Details
  • Nurse Prescribing Leadership Summit 2019 08-02-19 View Details
  • Improving Sexual Safety on Mental Health Wards 08-02-19 View Details
  • Communicating with families when children have a life-limiting condition and complex needs 08-02-19 View Details
  • Presentation Skills 08-02-19 View Details
  • SuperReturn US West 11-02-19 View Details
  • 10th Annual Mena Legal Counsel 11-02-19 View Details
  • Improving the Quality of Ambulance Services: Meeting and Measuring Progress against the CQC Quality Ratings 11-02-19 View Details
  • Optimisation of Electronic Prescribing in Hospitals National Summit 2019 11-02-19 View Details
  • Falls Prevention Summit 2019: Reducing Inpatient Falls & Harm from Inpatient Falls 11-02-19 View Details
  • Blogging 11-02-19 View Details
  • Engines of Privilege: Britain's private school problem 11-02-19 View Details
  • Finovate Europe 12-02-19 View Details
  • Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students 12-02-19 View Details
  • Children and Young People's Mental Health: From Early Intervention to Improved Services 12-02-19 View Details
  • Root Cause Analysis: 2 Day Intensive Training Course 12-02-19 View Details
  • A Short History of Europe 12-02-19 View Details
  • Continence Matters: introduction to managing the neurogenic bowel in spinal cord injury 13-02-19 View Details
  • London Essentials Training 2019 13-02-19 View Details
  • 17th National Conference for Current Issues in Midwifery 13-02-19 View Details
  • Bristol Distinguished Address Series: Ruth Hunt; Chief Executive; Stonewall - Lecture Title: Achieving social change 13-02-19 View Details
  • Masterclass: Restrictive Interventions in Physical and Mental Healthcare Settings: The legal framework 14-02-19 View Details
  • Sub-Editing 14-02-19 View Details
  • Refugia: solving the problem of mass displacement 14-02-19 View Details
  • Kapuscinski Lecture: Netflix for Agriculture? Digital Technology for Development 14-02-19 View Details
  • A Practical Guide to Successful Consultant Job Planning 15-02-19 View Details
  • Improving Dementia Care in Hospital: Ensuring Adherence to the NICE 2018 Guideline 15-02-19 View Details
  • Clinical Leadership Masterclass 15-02-19 View Details
  • Press Release Writing 15-02-19 View Details
  • Influence & Impression Management 15-02-19 View Details
  • Striking the Right Balance: America’s Commitment to Syria and Afghanistan 18-02-19 View Details
  • Democracy on the Road: a 25 year journey through India 18-02-19 View Details
  • Doping 18-02-19 View Details
  • Authority in the era of populism 19-02-19 View Details
  • Brexit: The Constitution and the future of the UK  19-02-19 View Details
  • RB Breakfast Club 20-02-19 View Details
  • RB Breakfast Club 20-02-19 View Details
  • CDM Awareness and Workshop 20-02-19 View Details
  • Russian Political War: Moving Beyond The Hybrid 20-02-19 View Details
  • Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students 21-02-19 View Details
  • Picture Research 21-02-19 View Details
  • Quarantine 21-02-19 View Details
  • Current Issues in Gastroenterology: a focus on IBD 22-02-19 View Details
  • EDMR and Mindfulness - Redefining the Paradigm for Trauma Focused Care with Jamie Marich 22-02-19 View Details
  • Copy-Editing 22-02-19 View Details
  • Writing for Professionals 22-02-19 View Details
  • Writing for Professionals 22-02-19 View Details
  • Copy-Editing 22-02-19 View Details
  • Middle East Maths Teachers Conference 23-02-19 View Details
  • Montessori Education Workshop (3-6Y) 23-02-19 View Details
  • A New International Order? Peacemaking after the First World War 25-02-19 View Details
  • Pessimism and the State of the World 25-02-19 View Details
  • Heavy Metal In Baghdad 25-02-19 View Details
  • SuperVenture 26-02-19 View Details
  • SuperReturn International 26-02-19 View Details
  • The Future of Modern Foreign Languages in Education Conference 26-02-19 View Details
  • Current Issues in Gastroenterology: a focus on IBD 26-02-19 View Details
  • Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students 26-02-19 View Details
  • Whatever Happened to the Revolution? LSE in the 60s 26-02-19 View Details
  • A Populist Wave? Unity and Division Among Europe's New Parties 26-02-19 View Details
  • The Drugs Aren’t Working! Confronting the Crisis of Superbugs 26-02-19 View Details
  • Are We Heading Towards a Digital Dystopia? 26-02-19 View Details
  • A Marketplace for World Order 26-02-19 View Details
  • 2nd Patient Flow: The Future of Urgent and Emergency Care Congress 27-02-19 View Details
  • Floodex / Irrigex trade show - Seminars 27-02-19 View Details
  • Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students 27-02-19 View Details
  • Development Partnership Forum - East of England: Creating New Communities 27-02-19 View Details
  • Crisis of the Liberal World Order; or is the West in Decline - Again? 27-02-19 View Details
  • Innovation: a disruptive force for good? 27-02-19 View Details
  • Dangerous Scholarship: trolled and threatened for research and activism 27-02-19 View Details
  • Beyond Journeys: a dialogue with migrants and refugees 27-02-19 View Details
  • New Reconcilliations: the two Koreas 27-02-19 View Details
  • How to Remain Sane in the Age of Populism 27-02-19 View Details
  • YST 2019 Conference – Transforming Education Through Sport 28-02-19 View Details
  • Report Launch: The creation of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre 28-02-19 View Details
  • Utility Week Consumer Debt Conference 2019 28-02-19 View Details
  • Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students 28-02-19 View Details
  • Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students 28-02-19 View Details
  • Advice:am Misleading Advertising 28-02-19 View Details
  • BS8102 - The Good; the Bad; and the Criminally Negligible 28-02-19 View Details
  • Developing Urban Futures 28-02-19 View Details
  • Drug Wars and Strongman Politics 28-02-19 View Details
  • The Haunting of Neo-liberalism 28-02-19 View Details
  • Report Launch: The creation of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre 28-02-19 View Details
  • The New World Gives the Orders 28-02-19 View Details
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