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Visit Holt Doctors at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine's Annual Scientific Conference

Posted on 15 September 2015

Visit Holt Doctors at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine's Annual scientific conference

Holt Doctors' specialist A&E recruitment division is exhibiting at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine's Annual Scientific Conference.

Dates: Monday 28 - Wednesday 30 September 2015
Location: Manchester Central

This year the central theme of the conference is '24 Hour Emergency Medicine People: The Speciality That Never Sleeps' and is expected to be attended by well over 500 emergency medicine professionals, the majority of which will be physicians.

The 3 day conference not only aims to provide a platform for national and international speakers of the highest calibre to present the latest scientific advances in clinical care but also to give A&E professionals the opportunity to network. Attached is the conference programme in full.

Meet our A&E recruitment team on stand 21 - you could even win a hamper!

Our A&E team will be on hand at the event to answer any questions you may have about locum and permanent job opportunities in emergency medicine as well as handing out a variety of goodies. We'll also be promoting the priority locum recruitment contracts we've been awarded at prestigious hospitals close to Manchester but also across the UK. These hospitals now include Manchester Royal Infirmary, Sheffield Teaching Hospital and Guy's and St Thomas' - working through Holt Doctors means you hear about jobs at these Trusts before anyone else.

Don't forget you can use your CPD loyalty scheme points to help pay for any training events and conferences you attend! Speak to your recruiter for more information and to find out how many points you have accumulated so far.

Alternatively, if you have any availability or would like to discuss locum opportunities, please call our dedicated team on 0208 099 6943 or register here today.

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