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Providing  the best possible primary care for our kids is crucial! 

That is why here at Pulse Learning Seminars, we are proud to be launching our first ever Paediatrics event, taking place on Wednesday 11th September 2019 in West London.

We are bringing together the UK’s paediatric specialists for a seminar that will give you the latest on child and adolescent medical care.

We will be covering therapeutic innovations for infants, modern techniques for neonatal care, and much more. 

This is your chance to:

  • Learn key methods for tackling the big issues in primary care for children
  • Build connections with paediatric doctors
  • Keep up-to-date with therapeutic models for children
  • Become equipped with valuable tools to ensure you deliver the best care for your paediatric patients

With limited places available, book your standard ticket now.

Stay tuned for more information.

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