TVSCN Events

Achieving excellence in diabetes management

The diabetes network is holding a new workshop, Achieving Excellence in Diabetes Management: Clinical Workshop in Improving Renal Care. The days are aimed at people working in primary care, who treat those with diabetes, and who are looking to increase their knowledge and confidence in renal care. The workshop is taking place twice, at the […]

New maternity network Shared Learning Event

The Oxford Patient Safety Collaborative (PSC) Maternity Network jointly with the Thames Valley Children and Maternity Strategic Clinical Network (SCN), will be holding the fifth multidisciplinary Shared Learning Event on Wednesday 20th June 2018 at Unipart House in Oxford. You can sign up for your FREE place here: http://bit.ly/2HNm1Rj Attendees will hear interesting and dynamic presentations […]

New Horizons in Health and Social Care conference

We are pleased to be hosting the next South Central Medical Directorate conference: New Horizons in Health and Social Care, which will be held on Tuesday 12th June 2018 at the Hilton in Reading. This year we’re framing the day around big changes that will impact the NHS, such as robotics, genomics and AI, as […]

Type 1 diabetes conference: Value based care delivery quality outcomes

In conjunction with the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Collaborative and Medical Management Services, the Thames Valley SCN is hosting an event on value based care delivery quality outcomes in type 1 diabetes. There will be sessions on GIRFT, psychological services and Freestyle Libre. The event will take place on Thursday […]

Psychiatry for GPs study sessions: new dates announced

Following on from our successful afternoon in December, we are holding two more Psychiatry for GPs study days: 27th March 2018 at the Kassam Stadium, Oxford, 13:00-17:00. To book on this session click here: http://bit.ly/2ECG42z The event has incorporated feedback from the December event and includes the topics below as requested by the over 75 GPs […]