Best Practice in Nursing

Royal College of Nursing



Complimentary Tickets

Thanks to our event partners, The Best Practice in Nursing Team have been able to secure 1,100 free passes for qualifying primary care nurses, so the first 1,100 nurses to register to attend will get a complimentary ticket.


When all 1,100 complimentary passes have gone, don't worry you'll still be able to pick up a pass starting from £49 for one day or £99 for two days.


Important notice:

There are limited free places for public sector and qualified health professional delegates. To ensure these are distributed as widely as possible, we have implemented a non-attendance charge.

A £99 charge will be applied per non attending delegate. In the event of a delegate not attending the show and not cancelling their place before Wednesday 3rd October 2018, we reserve the right to invoice £99 per non-attendee after the event.

We understand that circumstances can change, so you can cancel places at any point up to the Wednesday 3rd October 2018 without any charge and we will re-allocate your place to another delegate.

There is NO CHARGE for qualifying delegates with complimentary tickets who attend the event even for just a few hours on one day.

You will only be charged in the event that you do not attend the show and do not cancel before Wednesday 3rd October 2018.

Cancellations can be made by accessing the online cancellation form - click here

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  • "Finally, an opportunity to network within primary care nursing! There’s been so many interesting things (at the conference). So many opportunities network and develop updated care."
    Practice Nurse
  • "The conference programme has been great at bringing me up to date with the new revalidation reforms. It was also an absolutely brilliant exhibition, with so many stalls! I’ve also managed to get in lots of networking with other nurses which is great."
    Joice Skeeter, Practice Nurse
  • "We came for the CPD as it was great to be able to collect so many CPD hours in one place. The quality of the speakers was very good. I also enjoyed the variety of the exhibition and the high level of interaction with the exhibitors."
    Stephanie O’Leary, Practice Nurse