Sintons confirms attendance at Best Practice 2019


The nationally-regarded healthcare team at Sintons is again attending one of the sector’s major annual events, with one of its key figures also invited to share her specialist knowledge as part of an expert panel.

The law firm, a regular attendee at Best Practice, has confirmed it will return for the event held later this year. Best Practice is one of the key dates in the healthcare events calendar, and regularly attracts hundreds of professionals from across the UK.

The event, to be held at the Birmingham NEC on October 9 and 10, showcases excellence in healthcare and provides updates and key information for those working within the sector.

Fiona Campbell, Associate in the employment department at Sintons, has been invited to participate in an expert panel debate, advising primary care professionals on some of the legal matters and challenges they may face.

She and other members of the healthcare team, including Victoria Armstrong, healthcare partner at Sintons, which is regularly cited as one of the UK’s leading specialist advisors to the sector, will also be attending Best Practice across the two days as exhibitors.

Victoria said: “Best Practice is an event we have attended for several years now and is held in great esteem within the sector. It is a great opportunity for us to update on the latest issues and challenges being felt by healthcare professionals, and to help offer advice and guidance where possible to help them overcome these. We are widely known as one of the leading specialist advisors to the NHS and other healthcare organisations, so are very well placed to assist with any matters in this very niche area of law.

“Our team are very much looking forward to returning to the event this year and to meeting delegates to share knowledge and insight.”


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