Bournemouth welcomes back The Care Show

Bournemouth will welcome an estimated 2,500 delegates over the next two days (25-26 March) when it hosts The Care Show.
 
Taking place at the Bournemouth International Centre, the event plays a key role in bringing industry professionals together twice a year to discuss and debate key issues and explore the opportunities for providing and managing quality care for an ageing population.
 
“This show is a regular and welcome visitor to Bournemouth International Centre and a key event in the calendar for the care industry,” says BH Live director of venues, Pat Coyne. “It creates an opportunity for care professionals to catch up on the latest research, products and services – and apply them to build an improving picture of health and well being among older people, whether they live at home or in residential care.”
 
James Samuel, event director at The Care Show, adds: “The Care Show returns to Bournemouth International Centre for another packed event, a one-stop forum for those involved in the care of older people today. We are delighted to be working with Nadra Ahmed of the National Care Association in facilitating our topical Big Debate and look forward to welcoming many visitors to share their views with local MPs.”
 
The Care Show exhibition and seminar programme spans two of the venue’s main halls, each incorporating a purpose-built theatre running a seminar programme curated by Care Management Matters and based on a year’s worth of industry research.
 
The exhibition will feature more than 150 specialist suppliers, with delegates able to view the latest products and services available to improve and support the care of older people.
 
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