A conference promoting and celebrating collaborative working with women is being held at the University of Manchester this month.
The ‘Promoting Collaborative Working with Women’ conference, which is being organised by third-year students of the university Samantha Phillis and Jennifer Pountain, aims to bring together expertise from Nursing, The Prison Service, The Teenage Pregnancy Service, The Richmond Fellowship and The Probation Service in collaborative working.
Attending the conference, and opening the event, is Head of Nursing & Midwifery at St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester, Kathy Murphy.
The conference provides professionals and students an opportunity to hear about how services work with women with complex issues and challenging circumstances.
After each speaker there will be a question and answer session. Delegates can submit their questions four days before the event here, using the conference code #E163.
The ‘Promoting Collaborative Working with Women’ conference will be held at the Jean McFarlane Building at the University of Manchester on Friday 27 April 2018.
Tickets and more information about the event can be found here.
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