DYNAMIC & FLEXIBLE
Meet, work and learn at the Education & Conference Centre, Nottingham. We’re home to cutting-edge facilities, stimulating courses, flexible meeting rooms, an inspiring lecture theatre and an outstanding support team, all on a vibrant hospital campus in the heart of the UK.
A POWERFUL REPUTATION
With strong links to The University of Nottingham, regional Trusts, Royal Colleges, local Primary Care and our sister centre at Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre, the Education & Conference Centre at the City Hospital has a powerful reputation for healthcare training and events. We’re an exceptional choice for medical, pharmaceutical and charitable organisations and have particular strengths in GP education.
How we work
Nottingham University Hospitals is the UK’s largest acute hospital, incorporating the Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham City Hospital and The Ropewalk.
On the City Hospital campus, The Education & Conference Centre facilitates the education, training and development of health professionals. We’re a bright, modern conference, exhibition and training venue, just minutes from Nottingham city centre, delivering exceptional support, service and value.
“Our requirements were met to a high standard and all of your staff were most welcoming and helpful. Please convey our thanks to all those who were involved with the day.”
East Midlands Breast Screening Quality Assurance Reference Centre
The Education & Conference Centres, at both the City Hospital and Queen’s Medical Centre, are run by the same highly skilful, experienced team. From developing specialist training courses to ensuring your next conference runs smoothly, we’re here to help.
Dr Adrian Blundell
Director of Postgraduate Medical Education
Dr Caroline Brown
Deputy Director of Postgraduate Medical Education
Dr Mark Ehlers
Deputy Director of Postgraduate Medical Education
Medical Education Lead, Education and Conference Centres
Conference and Centre Operations Manager
Sarah manages our conference bookings and day-to-day operations at both Postgraduate Education Centres, making sure the centre is maintained to a high standard. She also provides personal support for specialist meetings, events and conferences.
Stephanie provides financial support for both of our Education & Conference Centres, liaising with the NUH finance department, sponsors and meeting organisers.
Jane provides personalised administrative support and organises specialist events and conferences tailored to your requirements. She’s the main contact for course organisers, delegates and sponsors, and provides on-site support on the day. Jane is also the coordinator for the core medical and core surgical training programmes. She organises and administers curriculum related activities including teaching programmes, mock PACES examinations and inductions, and supports the College Tutors from the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Surgeons.
Toni is the coordinator for the 1st year Foundation programme for doctors in training. She organises and administers junior doctors’ curriculum related activities including teaching programmes, meetings, inductions, assessments, clinical exams and related documentation and supports the Foundation Programme Directors for F1 trainees.
Lisa Kemp/Sarah Swift (maternity leave)
Sarah is the coordinator for the 2nd year Foundation programme for doctors in training. She organises and administers junior doctors’ curriculum related activities including teaching programmes, meetings, inductions, assessments, clinical exams and related documentation and supports the Foundation Programme Directors for F2 trainees.
Nina is the PA to the Director and Deputy Directors of Postgraduate Medical Education Managers
“I thought I would just drop you a line to thank you for the attention and friendliness which you all put into our training evening last week. The event was well received by our GPs who enjoyed the evening and praised the venue. We will certainly be booking again. Please pass on my thanks to those involved.”
Final Year Teaching Administrator, Primary Care, Medical School, QMC
Our new-look Education & Conference Centre has been developed with the support of the Trust’s senior management team. Its fresh, modern redesign features light, spacious public areas, a robust new technology infrastructure and outstanding learning and meeting spaces.
Which all means we can welcome even more guests, offer improved access and host inspiring exhibitions, as well as provide an incredible environment for the specialist teams based here.
Each year we aim to raise thousands of pounds for charities and our Trust Funds, which promote and advance medical education and research. Of course, we’re always looking for people to get involved and help us raise more. Whether you’d like to take part in one of our activities or you’re organising your own, let us know.
ECC QMC CHARITABLE TRUST FUND
The Trust Fund’s objectives are the promotion and advancement of postgraduate education, study, general knowledge and medical research, embracing all allied professional services.
The Trustees meet annually to consider applications for funds to further these objectives. If you’d like to make a donation or apply for funds, please get in touch with Alison Lawley at Alison.Lawley@nuh.nhs.uk.
ECC CITY CHARITABLE TRUST FUND
The City Education and Conference Centre Trust Fund is to improve facilities and multiprofessional education in the Trust. Funds have been used to develop the Clinical Skills Centre, the Library Resources Centre staff and more recently the refurbishment of The Education and Conference Centre at the City. We plan to hold more charity events in the future to build up the fund again.
CHILDREN IN NEED
Always a great cause, Children in Need is a brilliant opportunity to work together, have fun and raise money for a really deserving charity. If you’d like to take part in our next event, just get in touch.