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Conference 2011: your ideas to share.

Abstracts for presentations at the Unite/CPHVA Annual Professional Conference 2011 are due to be invited soon, and members are being encouraged to think about what they might be able to share with others at the event as a speaker.

Lincolnshire member Wendy Burton, who spoke at last year's event, stated: 'It is a little daunting speaking at conference for the first time. But if you believe in what you are presenting and want to share your work with a wider audience, this is a great opportunity.'

Noting that the organisation leading up to and at the conference was helpful and supportive, she added: 'I did find the experience useful and would recommend it to others, as not only do you get the chance to discuss your work with others but you also feel part of something. You feel part of a wider health community that is working to innovate and develop services and also share ideas with peers.'

Unite/CPHVA professional officer Gavin Fergie noted: 'Our 2011 annual professional conference is the real thing. There may be other conferences that try to replicate what we do but we are the real deal, so place your note of interest by visiting the Neil Stewart Associates website now.'

This year's conference will be on 19 to 20 October at the Brighton Centre on the south coast city's seafront.

For more details see the inside back cover, and for updates see: www.neilstewartassociates.co.uk/sh279

Members can also now access all presentations and recorded sessions from last year's conference while logged in to My Unite, see: www.unitetheunion.org/cphva
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