In conversation with Dr Andrew Goodall

When: 24 / 7 / 2018 9am - 24 / 7 / 2018 Midday

When: 24 / 7 / 2018 9am - 24 / 7 / 2018 Midday
Where: Principality Stadium
Address: St David's Lounge
Cardiff
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Spend some time with Dr Andrew Goodall, Director General Health and Social Services Group and Chief Executive NHS Wales, as we find out more about the Welsh Government’s long-term plan for health and social care.

Dr Goodall will talk about the details of the plan, what it means for people working in health and social care and then look ahead to how we will implement the action points in the plan. From the Transformation Fund and Programme to strengthening the NHS Executive, this is your opportunity to ask questions and share your thoughts on the future of health and social care in Wales.

Programme:
9am          Networking with refreshments
9.30am     Introduction and welcome
                 Vanessa Young, Director, Welsh NHS Confederation
9.35am     A Healthier Wales: our plan for Health and Social Care
                 Dr Andrew Goodall
10.15am   Conversation with Dr Goodall
10.45am   Refreshments
11.00am   Table discussions
11.30am   Feedback discussion
12.00pm   Session Close

 

Cost:
Free               Local Health Board and NHS Trust member (4 places per organisation) 
£45 + VAT     
All other delegates

Please note a £45 + VAT cancellation fee will be charged to delegates who register and fail to attend without prior notice.

Booking:
To attend, please complete the booking form, including payment information and return the completed form to: sandra.cummings@welshconfed.org by 17th July 2018.

EVENT CONTACT DETAILS

Sandra Cummings
Sandra.Cummings@nhsconfed.org
02920 349 852

When:
24 / 7 / 2018 9am - 24 / 7 / 2018 Midday
Where: Principality Stadium
Address:
St David's Lounge
Cardiff
CF10 1NS
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Download iCalendar file

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