LPC Conference 2022
Thursday, 22 September, 2022 10am
Hybrid online and in-person in Manchester
The annual LPC Conference remains an important event bringing LPCs together to share experience and learning, and giving them the chance to put forward their views for PSNC to consider in its planning processes. LPC representatives can speak and vote at the Conference and are able to debate current issues affecting the community pharmacy contractors that we all collectively represent.
We are planning a hybrid format conference, in person with the option of a live-stream for those who would prefer. Keep checking this page for agenda announcements, along with speakers and updates on the topics that matter most to you, the event will provide a real opportunity to network with colleagues again from across England.
Date: Thursday 22nd September, 2022
Time: 10am – 3pm (registration from 10am – 10.30am)
Location: – Central Manchester and a live-stream remote option
Registration: Will open in July 2022
The agenda will be shaped by the LPC/PSNC Conference and Events Working Group with the aim of bringing LPCs together to share experience and learning to address shared issues and to allow them to share their views with PSNC.
The outputs from the Conference will help PSNC to identify priorities and workplans for the year ahead.
How many representatives?
The number of representatives that may attend the Conference depends on the number of contractors represented by the LPC and is as follows:
Up to 100 contractors – 2 representatives
101 – 200 contractors – 3 representatives
201 – 300 contractors – 4 representatives
301 – 400 contractors – 5 representatives
401 – 500 contractors – 6 representatives
501- 600 contractors – 7 representatives
It is up to each LPC to decide which committee members or officers it wishes to represent the views of the LPC and its contractors as a delegate at the Conference.
*Please note this is a closed meeting and is therefore not open to press attendance.
PSNC will abide by good practice guidance by the venue and HM Government relating to steps that can be taken to reduce the risk of catching and spreading Covid-19.
If you are displaying any Covid-19 symptoms (a high temperature, new and persistent cough, or a loss of/change in sense of taste or smell), please do not attend. A live-stream option can be made available in these circumstances and there will be no cancellation fees.