The EBME seminar is now in its 8th year and continues to grow both in delegate attendance and reputation. It is a sponsored event, but independent of any one commercial company. This educational event brings together healthcare professionals responsible for the management of medical equipment and involved in areas such as procurement, maintenance, user training, and managing inventories.
The EBME Seminar will be a mixture of presentations and debate. The presentations will cover productivity, modernisation, quality and biomeds supporting pathology (with the audience participating in a debate with our expert speakers). We also have an exciting session on the latest equipment innovations. The aim of the event is to share knowledge and improve awareness, thereby raising the profile of our profession.
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Ricoh Arena - Coventry
12th September 2017
Manchester Central Convention Complex
18th - 20th September
The Marriott Hotel Gosforth Newcastle
17th - 18th October
13 - 16 November 2017
The Hilton, Blackpool
27th - 29th November
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