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HRH The Prince of Wales opening address to Confed18

  

 

Main stage sessions from the morning of day one

  • The Welcome address by Niall Dickson CBE.
  • The Transformation Challenge with Rt. Hon. Stephen Dorrell.
  • Securing the Future: Funding Health and Social Care to the 2030s with Niall Dickson CBE, Anita Charlesworth CBE, Paul Johnson.
  • Integrate or Disintegrate - How to Transform Health and Care with Matthew Swindells, Owen Williams, Erik Nordkamp, Councillor Izzi Seccombe, Dr Amanda Doyle OBE.
  • Keynote address Ian Dalton CBE.

 

The final main stage sessions from day one

  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion - Are NHS Boards Taking Responsibility? With Baroness Harding of Winscombe , Marie Gabriel, Sam Allen, Mark Doughty, Dr Amir Hannan, Sarah Jane Marsh.
  • Keynote address: Rt. Hon Jon Ashworth MP.

 

Main stage sessions from the morning of day two

  • Working together - Embracing a new era with Rt. Hon. Stephen Dorrell, Niall Dickson CBE (download the transcript).
  • Preparing the NHS for the NHS80 with Professor Ian Cumming.
  • The Big Debate: Regulation and Inspections - Do they do more harm than good? with John Humphrys, Dr Peter Homa CBE, Jennifer Dixon.

 

The final main stage sessions from day two

  • NHS@70 - Reflections from the political bridge with Victoria Macdonald, Rt. Hon. Stephen Dorrell, Rt. Hon. Norman Lamb MP, Rt. Hon. Frank Dobson.
  • NHS@70 - Celebrating the past, shaping the future with Rt. Hon. Jeremy Hunt MP.
  • NHS@70 - Reflections from the Front Line with Danny Mortimer, A collection of colleagues from across the decades.

 

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