British Health IT

Health Conferences



About Us

At British Health IT Conferences, we organise IT trade fairs and exhbitions within the UK and Europe in conjunction with ABPCO - The Association of British Professional Conference Organisers and Reed Exhibitions. We organise shows at prestigious venues such as Earls Court and Olympia and The ICC.

Transportation
London is easily accessible from all parts of the UK. For those travelling from further a field, the city’s international airport has scheduled flights to over 45 worldwide locations.

One of our guest speakers this year will be Obam Stairlifts Leicester to talk about how IT has become essential in their business

The Transplantation Society Travel Scholarships
There are a total of 20 travel scholarships available for delegates wishing to attending the Congress. Each scholarship awarded will total £500. Delegates with abstracts accepted for the meeting will be given priority in awarding the scholarships, however, awards will not be restricted to presenters solely. A note should be attached to your registration detailing why you should be awarded a Travel Scholarship. For more information visit the studio.

A conference hall or conference room is a room provided for singular events such as business conferences. It is commonly found at large hotels and convention centers though many other establishments, including even hospitals, have one. Sometimes other rooms are modified for large conferences such as arenas or concert halls. Aircraft have been fitted out with conference rooms. Conference rooms can be windowless for security purposes. An example of one such room is in thePentagon, known as the Tank.

Reliable table hire suitable for any type of event.

There is increasing demand for nurses, midwifes, mental health nurses, occupational health nurses, and specialty nurses as well as doctors, dentists and specialty providers such as radiologists and surgeons. The levels of training for these services depend on the type of profession within the healthcare field. Starting level nurses usually make over £17,000 a year and senior nurses can make as much as £30,000 a year plus various benefits.