Welcome to the EMIS NUG 26th Annual Conference and Exhibition
The EMIS National User Group is delighted to be running their 26th Annual Conference and Exhibition; a two-day conference with excellent presentations, key industry speakers and a wide range of topics. The conference features a Networking Social Event and a Gala Dinner at the National Railway Museum, York.
EMIS NUG Annual Conference
The EMIS NUG is all about bringing primary care practitioners together to learn more about how to make the most of our systems knowledge and IM&T experience.
Who should attend?
About EMIS National User Group
The EMIS National User Group (EMIS NUG) is a non-profitmaking organisation set up to improve the use of health information.
To achieve this, the group supports EMIS users to get the best possible use out of their computer system by providing training and educational materials. It is a registered charity and operates completely separately from EMIS.
The group was formed in 1991 following a meeting of interested parties (largely drawn from the small number of Local User Groups that existed then) who thought that a national user group would be useful. Since 1991, the group has grown considerably and now has over 1,400 members practices, representing GPs, nurses and practice.
The group’s mission statement is "Improving patient care through the use of IT for healthcare users by healthcare users”.
Any Practice or Primary Care Organisation (PCO) working with the EMIS system can join. We encourage all team members to take full advantage of the NUG membership, whether you belong to a single-handed, large group practice, or PCO. Membership of the NUG will give you the opportunity to meet people like you who use IM&T to strive for better care, better management, and who face the same challenges.
Become a Member
EMIS National User Group membership offers exceptional value for money and gives you access to the entire community and a wealth of educational resources.
Our programme includes a host of excellent speakers and an array of presentations to educate and update. The full programme is now available to view on our conference website buff.ly/2wyhcDt Follow the link to secure your place at our 2...
#EMISNUG2019 ‘What’s new with Q – new research/tools to improve patient care.’ Prof. Julia Hippisley-Cox Covers latest research projects underway using QResearch database and demonstrates the use of various risk prediction tools ...
#EMISNUG2019 ‘Online Consultations’- Dr Minal Bakhai Minal explores the practicalities of Online Consultations and discusses how successful implementation can support safer, more accessible care and help manage pressures on general p...