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The National Alcohol Conference (formerly the North West Alcohol Conference) celebrates its 10th year in 2019, and is the largest event of its kind in Europe. Featuring leading national and international professionals and researchers, NAC attracts 450 delegates from across the country, with acute, primary care and mental health practitioners being joined by social care and third sector professionals.
The National Alcohol Conference 2019 will be held in Hilton Liverpool on Monday 25 November 2019 with presentations from leading health and social care professionals and academics.
This free conference, the largest and longest running of its kind in the UK, has again confirmed an unparalleled line up of speakers, continuing its role as the leading sector conference nationally for health and social care practitioners.
With delegates giving overwhelmingly positive feedback following the North West Alcohol Conference in 2017, NAC19 will again feature speakers from a wide range of professions and backgrounds dealing with alcohol and its impact.
Confirmed speakers for NAC19 include:
- Professor Steve Powis, Medical Director National Health Service England
- Professor Sir Ian Gilmore, Director of Liverpool Centre for Alcohol Research, Chair of the Alcohol Health Alliance and past president of the Royal College of Physicians of London.
- Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed, David Weatherall Chair in Medicine at the University of Liverpool, Director of the MRC Centre for Drug Safety Sciences, and Director of the Wolfson Centre for Personalised Medicine
- Professor Julia Verne, Public Health England
- Dr Ewan Forrest, Consultant Hepatologist – SIG lead for BASL (The British Association for the Study of the Liver)a proud supporter of the National Association of the Children of Alcoholicsa proud supporter of the National Association of the Children of Alcoholics
Booking is via the link below:
● NAC19 is organised by Dr Stephen Hood, Consultant Hepatologist Aintree Hospital, Liverpool Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust