About the event 

JFHC Live is a brand new event supported by the Journal of Family Health Care and is being launched in order to provide CPD accredited, thought leader seminars and to showcase services available to family health professionals.

The journal's strength is its excellent long-standing reputation, and its ability to respond to any key changes and developments within the world of family health and JFHC Live looks to take this further by giving an update on topics in the seminar setting.

Find out more in our event programme 

When and where is it?   

JFHC Live will be held at Olympia Conference Centre, Kensington, London on Thursday 29 to Friday 30 March 2012.
Find out more in our venue guide including information on how to get there

Who will attend? 

If your target audience is within the family health care sector JFHC Live will reach it, visitors will be looking for products, services and aids to assist them:

•Increase productivity
•Work within budgetary restraints
•Provide the best care to patients and their families
•Ensure that they are informed of the latest developments within their field
•Better understand a variety of niche therapy areas
•Be updated in the new developments used to treat more widespread conditions
•Find out about the latest diagnostic and treatment equipment available

Find out more about exhibitor opportunites 

A selection of family health professionals that read JFHC (10,000 bi-monthly) will be invited to attend free of charge; job titles of those invited to attend will include midwives, health visitors, community nurses, school nurses and dietitians.

Find out more about why you should attend JFHC Live.

CPD AccreditationThe event includes CPD accredited seminars which, along with free entry, will encourage delegate attendance. It is hoped that the benefits of attending this event will permit time away from work for professional development.

A comprehensive seminar programme featuring different streams in the healthcare industry will run to ensure that visitors can learn from their attendance while still having plenty of time to visit the exhibition to discover the latest products and services on offer to them.

The programme will be revealed on the JFHC website over the coming months but you can look forward to seminars from thought leaders in subjects such as:

•Maternal care (both pre and post natal)
•Treatment of common childhood ailments and diseases
•Oral health information
•NICE guidelines and policy information
•General health (including tackling obesity)
•Health of the school aged child