The AfPP Residential 2015
05th Aug, 2015
From 31st July - 1st August, Your World Healthcare exhibited at the AfPP Residential Conference 2015 in York.
Held at the prestigious University of York in the Exhibition Centre, the conference was a great opportunity for Nurses to attend a full programme, including:
- A Patient Story
- Accountability and Liability
- Advanced Roles
- Day Surgery
- Human Factors
- Performance under Pressure
- Team Building
- Surgical Innovation
Delegates were also given opportunity to venture around the exhibition stands, where they would no doubt spot Your World Healthcare!
Decorated in our renowned YW Green, Stand 11 was certainly the place to be with our famous sweet stand making another anticipated appearance. Throughout the event, around 300 delegates visited our stand and got to have a chat with our two Specialist Nursing Recruiters; Marvin Broomes and Ben Stock.
Ben said of the event: “Leading up to the conference I was so busy in the office that I didn't think I'd have the time to attend. It was the best decision I made to do so though as I made contact with not only new clients / candidates but also secured the existing relationships I have. Furthermore, it was a great way of showing the Nursing community how we operate and educate them on how easy it is to work agency.
Was it beneficial? Yes! I secured a number of new candidate registrations and several clients with jobs placements offered there and then.”
Marvin and Ben with Mona Fisher, President of the AfPP
If you’d like to get back in touch with either Marvin or Ben, or missed your opportunity to do so at the conference, you can get in touch by emailing [email protected] / [email protected] or by calling 020 7220 0811.
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