Deadline Extended for Exhibitors to Apply for ‘Share, Learn, Engage – the SW AHSN Annual Conference’

The South West Academic Health Science Network (SW AHSN) is accepting applications to exhibit at its ‘Share, Learn, Engage – the SW AHSN Annual Conference’, taking place on the 16 November 2017 in Exeter. The deadline has been extended to 11 August 2017 to give interested organisations more time to submit their applications.
The free of charge event follows on from the SW AHSN’s ‘Sharing Best Practice’ conference, which took place on 30 November 2016 at Exeter Racecourse. The successful 2016 conference was facilitated by Dr Phil Hammond and brought together over 200 service providers, stakeholders and commissioners from across health and care organisations in the South West. You can find out what the speakers and delegates thought about the event in this video and news story.
At this year’s conference the SW AHSN will be hosting an Innovation Market Place, which will provide exhibitors with the opportunity to engage with over 200 health and care professionals. Commercial businesses, social enterprises, charities, community organisations, NHS innovators and anyone else wishing to promote health and wellbeing to the South West are encouraged to apply for this exciting opportunity. Exhibitors must be interactive and proactively engage with delegates throughout the day.
For more information about the conference click here.
To apply, please complete this application form by 11 August 2017. All applications will be considered and exhibitors will be chosen on a relevance basis. Applicants will be notified of a decision by the end of August. If you have any questions, please contact the SW AHSN Events Team at events@swahsn.com.

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