Wednesday, 26 September, 2018
When and where
The LPC Conference is on Wednesday 26th September from 10.30am to 4pm.
The venue is: Macdonald Burlington Hotel in Birmingham (in the city centre, next to New Street station)
LPC Conference agenda
The agenda for the Conference remains flexible so that LPCs can debate any major announcements, and the latest issues for community pharmacy. Suggestions from LPCs for discussion topics and other agenda items for the conference agenda are welcome and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 20th August.
The final agenda will be published in early September.
The LPC Conference remains an important event for LPCs to represent their views for PSNC to consider at its planning meeting in November, when PSNC’s priorities and plans for 2019 are agreed.
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:
|Contractors represented by LPC||Number of Conference representatives|
|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|
|601 – 700 contractors||8 representatives|
LPC representatives can speak and vote at the Conference. There is no charge to the LPC for registering delegates. No more than the relevant number of delegates above can be registered. The LPC decides which committee members or officers it wishes to represent the views of the LPC and its contractors at the Conference as a delegate.
Note: This year there is no meeting of LPC Chairs and Chief Officers on the afternoon before the LPC Conference.
How to register
Once the LPC has agreed its representatives, we suggest that a single booking is made by the LPC Chief Officer.
Whilst there is no charge to LPCs for registering LPC representatives at the LPC Conference, travel and other expenses are the responsibility of the LPC.