THE NEW HOME OF GENERAL PRACTICE FOR LONDON & THE SOUTH
Earn up to 12 hours of accredited CPD from our world-class education programme!
Best Practice London, taking place at Olympia London, 28-29 February 2024 is the capital's newest event for general practice and primary care.
Visitors to the event will have free access to more than 100 keynote, clinical conference and workshops sessions, delivered via six dedicated content theatres for GPs, Practice Managers, Practice Pharmacists and other ARRS roles.
The show is tailored to meet the CPD requirements of healthcare professionals with clinical content closely following the GP curriculum spearheaded by the Royal College of General Practitioners and your attendance will earn you up to 12 CPD points.
YOU CAN ATTEND BEST PRACTICE LONDON FOR FREE IF YOU ARE:
GP PARTNERS, GPs & LOCUM GPs
PRACTICE PHARMACISTS & DISPENSING DOCTORS
BEST PRACTICE LONDON CONFERENCE THEATRES
Hear from senior figures in primary care from NHS England and other Arm’s Length Bodies to gain important updates on national policy. This is also your opportunity to join debates on the major challenges and shifts in general practice, on varied topics such as workforce, new roles, uptake of digital, healthcare inequalities and integrated care.
GP CLINICAL THEATRE 1
Gain essential educational updates on key clinical topics related to diabetes, abnormal blood results, sexual health, cardiovascular conditions, mental health and eating disorders. All sessions are delivered by expert specialist speakers in conjunction with the leading organisations, societies, and charities they represent. Comprehensive CPD accredited learning.
GP CLINICAL THEATRE 2
Gain essential educational updates on key clinical topics related to cancer, dermatology, respiratory conditions, pain management, headaches, ophthalmology, Rheumatology and MSK. All sessions are delivered by expert specialist speakers in conjunction with the leading organisations, societies, and charities they represent. Comprehensive CPD accredited learning.
BUSINESS SERVICES HUB
An ideal one-stop shop for GP Partners, Practice Nurses, and Practice Managers to better understand what services, equipment and technology is available for your practice to deliver greater efficiencies and improved patient outcomes.
Gain practical insights into how to deliver better services, improve patient experience and work effectively as a multi-disciplinary team in primary care through a range of interactive sessions, masterclasses and ‘how to’ lectures. You will hear how to deliver all the different DES requirements as well as hear best practice on delivering services related to smoking cessation and suicide prevention.
NURSING AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAMS THEATRE
Newly named for 2024. Hear from the leading lights in the wider multi-disciplinary team on a varied range of clinical and professional development topics. Sessions are designed to demonstrate best practice on service provision and provide inspiration to support your professional development and growth as part of a general practice team.
GETTING TO BEST PRACTICE LONDON 2023
Kensington (Olympia) is on the London Overground network.
It's one stop from Shepherd's Bush (Central line) or West Brompton (District line).
The venue is next to the station.
There is only a District line service from Earls Court on weekends. When travelling Monday to Friday, change at West Brompton for a 2 minute Overground train to Kensington (Olympia).Central Line:
Change at Shepherd's Bush for a 2 minute Overground train to Kensington (Olympia).Piccadilly Line:
Baron's Court is a 9 minute walk away from Olympia London.Hammersmith & City Line:
Hammersmith Station is a 5 minute bus ride or 15 minute walk away.Circle Line:
High Street Kensington is a 4 minute bus ride or 12 minute walk away. Hammersmith Station is an 5 minute bus ride or 15 minute walk away.
The following buses all stop within a very short walking distance of the venue:
9 - runs to and from Aldwych and Hammersmith.
23 - runs to and from Westbourne Park and Hammersmith.
27 - runs to and from Chalk Farm and Turnham Green.
28 - runs to and from Kensal Rise and Wandsworth.
49 - runs to and from White City and Clapham Junction.
391 - runs to and from Fulham and Richmond.
N9, N23, N27, N28 also run a night service.
Whilst it's quicker and easier to travel to the venue by public transport, we understand there is sometimes just a need to drive.
To assist with navigation, the postcode for the venue is W14 8UX or what3words: cages.fact.gloves
Visitors traveling by car are required to pre-book online to secure a space.
Pre-booked car park visitors should enter the car park from Blythe Road or Sinclair Road. Olympia Way is currently not accessible for visitors.
If you’re unable to book a space with the venue, there are off-site parking locations in the local area.