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FAQ

How do I book?

Register online for the event that you wish to attend. You can pay by credit/debit card online or request an invoice. Alternatively call 02072140527.

What if I cannot attend?

If you can not attend, you can send a colleague in your place.

Can I cancel my place?

Yes, but you must give 10 working days notice, otherwise you may not be entitled to a refund.

Will I receive a CPD certificate?

A CPD certificate will be provided by email after the event. Just fill in the feedback questionnaire and follow the link at the end where you can download your certificate.

Can I access the presentations?

Access will be provided by email after the event. Just fill in the feedback questionnaire and follow the link at the end where you can download some of presentations.

I am still in training, can I still attend?

Provided you are currently completing your speciality training in general practice then yes, of course. There is a special registrar/trainee rate available of £99+VAT. 

I am not a healthcare professional, can I still attend?

This event is designed for healthcare professionals. If you are interested in attending as an exhibitor, please contact our business development team.

Should you have any other questions, please contact us on 0207 214 0527 or events@cogora.com 


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    “I was impressed with how well the day was organised, as well as the speakers themselves and the varied content.”
    Tinashe Chitambara


  • Mental Health 2016

    “A useful and engaging day to update knowledge in mental health at a time where primary care is often the main providers of management of mental health problems”

    Sidra Malik


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    “Very informative and intense course delivered in a relaxed and friendly environment with a chance of networking with fellow colleagues.”

    Kashif Ahmed


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    “It is an opportunity to meet and network with other professionals in understanding innovative trends in managing mental health issues in the community.”

    Shine Mensah


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    “It was well organised and a great way for continuous professional development. Also enabling the delivering of quality and evidence based care.”

    Ramatu Jalloh


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    “Managed to touch on and cover a wide range of subjects in a useful way and to make it relevant to primary care. Speakers were up to date and knowledgeable about current and future changes in their areas.”

    Clair Moring