NHS Cumbria appoints Resource Marketing

The healthcare provider to hold Bringing Nursing Closer to Home conference

Cumbria NHS: appoints Resource Marketing
Cumbria NHS: appoints Resource Marketing

NHS Cumbria has appointed Resource Marketing to stage its inaugural Bringing Nursing Closer to Home conference next year.

The conference is being held at the Rheged Centre in Penrith, Cumbria on 7 January and is anticipated to attract up to 260 nurses and healthcare workers.

It will be addressed by England's chief nursing officer, Chris Beasley, who will present her "vision for the future of nursing in England".

NHS Cumbria head of communications Mark Graham said: "The conference provides an important opportunity to recognise the work of nurses and talk about the pivotal role they will play in the future."

"Resource Marketing has an excellent track-record in event management and we feel it has all the capabilities to deliver an excellent event," he said.

Resource Marketing special projects manager Owain Oxenham added: "We are aware of the importance of cost minimisation and value for money and we understand the event needs to have maximum impact."

Oxenham said the Rheged Centre was the ideal venue for the conference because of its large auditorium and AV equipment.

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