Unique, practical knowledge for nurses responsible for daily management of patients with cardiovascular disease, diabetes and related conditions.

Welcome to Primary Care Issues & Answers Live 2020!

Join us for 12 hours of highly interactive sessions over three broadcasts

Following eight years of the popular face-to-face conference, Issues & Answers has now been converted to a new digital programme.

About the series

  • Three FREE interactive programmes with CPD
  • Providing practical solutions to critical issues in primary care today

Every broadcast includes:

  • Experts reviewing key topics, addressing the issues and offering guidance
  • Discussion and interactions giving you the opportunity to comment and ask for advice
  • Networking opportunities to exchange experiences and ideas
  • Virtual exhibition, meet the series supporters


Registration is free to healthcare professionals.
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The programme

This inspirational programme will take real-life issues from primary care during these unprecedented times, review and examine the evidence then provide guidance and advice on delivering best practice.

  • How to plan for the future?
  • How to improve care of people with obesity in the COVID-19 world?
  • How to bridge the gap to the remote patient?
  • How to select the right drug for the right type 2 diabetes patient?
  • How is COVID-19 changing respiratory care?
  • How to manage mental health in the pandemic?
  • How to cope with the backlog of patients?
  • How to support frail and vulnerable patients?
  • Plus sessions from the conference supporters

View the preliminary agenda »

Not able to attend on the day? Don’t worry, all sessions will be recorded and hosted on the Issues & Answers website post event.


Issues & Answers 2020

The all new Issues & Answers Live will offer you not only the virtual conference but:

  • A unique new interactive learning platform
  • Regular broadcasts across the spectrum of clinical issues
  • Special expert-led webinars with up-to-the-minute advice and guidance

Keep updated

Don’t miss these developments plus new programmes in the series – sign up for regular updates

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