NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition 2015

Standing ovation

3 – 5 June, Liverpool

Be part of the largest meeting of senior health and care leaders, decision-makers, partners and stakeholders following the 2015 general election.

In 2014, 100 per cent of delegates asked said it was worthwhile taking time out of the office to attend, 94 per cent rated the event as good or excellent and 96 per cent would recommend the conference to a colleague.

If you have any questions about our 2015 conference, please contact our events team on 0844 800 5987 or email annualconference2015@nhsconfed.org.

Online booking has now closed. You can still join us at conference by coming along and registering on-site.

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Online booking for the NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition 2015 closes at 17.00 on Thursday 28 May.

Panel session with Stephen Dalton, Carolyn Downs, Norman Lamb and Steve Kell

Programme and activities

A full guide to all the activities taking place over the three days of conference 2015.

Jeremy Hunt


Information about all our speakers in a searchable A-Z list.

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The exhibition

All the information about the exhibition including an A-Z exhibitor list and interactive floor plan.

View of busy exhibition from above

Support and exhibit

All the information you will need to ensure your organisation is represented at conference, either as an event partner or as part of the exhibition.


Thank you to our supporters who make this event possible

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Your visit

Information to help you plan your visit to the NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition 2015.

Delegates in conversation

Network with delegates and exhibitors

Opportunities to network ahead of and at conference.


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