200 delegates attend AHP Conference in Leeds

Over 200 delegates descended on Well Met Conferencing at Leeds Metropolitan University for the Allied Health Professionals (AHP) Conference.
The event in the venue’s Gandhi Hall, on 28 March, heard keynote speeches from NHS Chief Executive David Nicholson and Chief Health Professions Officer, Karen Middleton.
Professor leuan Ellis, Dean of the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences at Leeds Metropolitan University and Chair of the conference, said: “The AHP Conference can definitely be described as a great success. The event, one of a series of four being held by the Department of Health, brought together senior allied health professionals across the north of England. Places were limited to 200 and this was easily achieved.

“The Gandhi Hall provided an excellent venue and many delegates commented on our picturesque campus, the quality of the facilities at James Graham and our excellent conferencing staff. Overall, a great event to have hosted.”
Kate Davis, Business Development Manager for Well Met Conferencing, added: “With a well-established Faculty of Health and social sciences at the University and a string of recent health conferences under our belt, it seems only fitting that the AHP North conference chose Leeds Met for its event.”
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Paul Colston


Paul Colston

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