Pulse LIVE Liverpool Floor Plan 2019

Clinical Sessions

Focusing on the implications from the latest NICE guidance, treatment needs of patients and perennially challenging conditions, this stream will feature in-depth updates on a range of clinical areas.

Non-clinical sessions

Our non-clinical sessions will focus on your personal and professional development as a GP. With sessions on DES proposals, pensions, finance, remote consultation skills and portfolio careers, these sessions are your go-to for policy updates, careers inspiration and more.

Clinical half-days

These half-day intensive events are designed to focus on the most pressing clinical areas in general practice. With half-days on paediatrics, mental health, and dermatology, these half-days are guaranteed to get you up to date on the latest in general practice.

LIVE Sessions

Our expert panel of speakers will be running our sessions live, offering you the chance to raise your questions to them, and test your knowledge through interactive polling and quizzes.

On-demand Playlist

Missed a session? Don’t worry, for three months, as a registered member of the festival, you will be able to access any live content you miss, as it goes straight to our on-demand playlist.
Our on-demand playlist will not only include the previously live sessions but will also include additional content which you can access 24/7 for three months.

Exhibitors

The virtual festival will feature a digital exhibition of carefully selected partners who want to showcase exactly what they can offer you in your role. Find out more about our partners and exhibitors.

Big Interviews

Welcoming senior figures from the NHS, government and leading healthcare organisations to the stage for live interviews with Jaimie Kaffash, editor of Pulse, our Big Interviews offer you the chance to put your questions to those influencing your future.

Technology showcase

The technology showcases will offer you the chance to see the latest digital innovations and devices at the forefront of streamlining services and improving patient care.