Want to find out more about Digital Technology in the NHS and the future of Domiciliary Care in Dorset? We’ve lined up some great speakers on these subjects for our PPG Networking Events in November.
Everyone is welcome at the events, details below, you don’t have to be a member of a PPG.
1. Morning of Friday 16 November 2018, St Mark’s Church Hall, Wallisdown, Bournemouth
2. Morning of Saturday 17 November, St Aldhelm’s Church Centre, Spa Road, Weymouth
You can book your place at these events online. We will provide more details in our next feedback bulletin.
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