Over the last few weeks we have had a busy schedule, where we have attended three Exhibitions/Conferences with one more planned in for November:
· The Pharmacy Show, 16 & 17th October, NEC Birmingham (Stand A09)
· Trauma Care Conference 16th, 17th & 18th October Yarnfield
· Infection Prevention Society Conference, 17th - 19th October, Bournemouth - Stand 23
· National District Nurses Network Conference 2022, 22nd November, Coventry
Steve & Jane attended The Pharmacy Show at the NEC, Stand A09. From meeting Steve & Jane at IPS Conference in 2021, they have become “CorrMed Team North” operating from Warrington and working with us in business development. They had a busy few days and by the end of the show there were zero CorrMed cold chain leaflets left to distribute – all gone!! On the stand visitors were able to get hands on with our range of vaccine bags.
The Porta Thermal range of bags enable the safe and secure transportation of vaccines in line with Public Health England guidelines and internationally equivalent standards.
These bags have been independently tested to show the 20 litre vaccine bag remaining in cold chain (2-8°C) for 9.98 hours for example.
Fiona was busy showcasing our brand new range of bags, The National IPC Range at the Trauma Care Conference in Yarnfield Park Training & Conference Centre. This new range of bags has been designed with emergency service teams for emergency services teams as well as providing efficiencies for their make ready and logistics teams.
The bags are 100% infection control, durable, lightweight and offer multiple carry options. The internal layout has been optimised for easy access to equipment, fast identification of stock levels and good security. The National IPC Range can be viewed online, and orders placed with our sales team today, there is no MOQ and personalisation can be applied.
Katie was at the Infection Prevention Society (IPS) Conference in Bournemouth, this week. As specialists in infection prevention and safety products we were thrilled to have a stand and showcase our range of products. From Blue Mirror, an observational AI tool that automatically assesses and corrects errors in your team’s PPE application, through to our brand new 100% infection control community nurse bag – infection prevention is at the heart of what we do.
In November, the team look forward to attending the National District Nurses Network Conference. Having just launched a brand new range of community nurse bags the team are looking forward to meeting visitors, sharing the new bags and gaining valuable insight. The bags have been designed in partnership with Royal Devon University Hospital NHSFT & Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHSFT. Read customer reviews here…https://www.corrmed.com/royaldevoncommunitybags
We hope that from meeting more of you, discussing our ideas and getting user based, professional feedback, we can continuously provide real solutions to solve real practicality problems for most medical professionals.