EBME

General Information

EBME seminar delegatesThe EBME seminar is an independent educational event bringing together healthcare professionals that are responsible for the management of medical equipment. These medical equipment healthcare professionals are involved in areas such as procurement, maintenance, user training, and managing inventories.

 


Thanks to the sponsorship of our exhibitors, this seminar is offered FOC to our delegates*, and includes:

  • Independent exhibition (45+ stands)
  • Refreshments throughout the day
  • Hot lunch
  • Each attending delegate will receive a certificate for their continuing professional development (CPD) record.
  • Free entrance into the prize draw

 

Delegates at the EBME seminar Delegate registration is now open for the 2017 event.

To register your place as a delegate FREE OF CHARGE*

Please click here.: EBME 2017 Seminar registration.


Please note: This is not a webinar! Please do not register if you are unable to travel to the UK.

 

Following extremely positive feedback from previous events, the EBME seminar will once again be held at the Milton Keynes DoubleTree Hilton Hotel. This larger venue allows more room for both delegates and exhibitors, is easily accessible by train or car and has 1800 free car parking spaces available.

Situated in Milton Keynes, within easy access of the Milton Keynes mainline train station and the M1, this impressive venue is integrated into the West stand of the new 22,000 seat stadium – home of the MK Dons.

 

EBME seminar exhibitorsVenue : DoubleTree Hilton,
Stadium Way West,
Milton Keynes,
United Kingdom
MK1 1ST

 

 

 

If you are interested in speaking at this event, please contact us and we will get in touch to discuss your proposed presentation. Where required, speakers may be given an honorarium payment in respect of their travel and preparation time.

 

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*For the purposes of this event, delegates that may register for free are:

  • Staff from the Military
  • Staff working in operational roles in private or public hospitals
  • Students.

Company representatives from private companies may be charged for attending the event.