Watch: Re-envisaging urgent and emergency care

Explore a range of potential solutions that could support change to England's urgent and emergency care system.

General information

12 December 2022 11:00 - 12:15 GMT
Open to all
Free - members only
Vital Hub


  • Fiona Claridge
    Fiona Claridge
    Assistant Director, London and the East NHS Confederation
  • Suzanne Mason External link icon
    Professor of emergency medicine, University of Sheffield’s School of Health and Related Research
  • Lisa Riley External link icon
    Vice President of Strategic Product & Partnership Development / Sales, Vital Hub
  • Dr James Gagg External link icon
    Chair, South West Regional Board, Royal College of Emergency Medicine

Mounting pressures in urgent and emergency care (UEC) are making it increasingly difficult to manage demand in a timely and effective way. Without fundamental change to the system at large, siloed solutions of the kind seen over the past few years will only tinker around the edges.

What should the future of urgent and emergency care look like?  What are the opportunities to shift the way we deliver care? And what could urgent and emergency care look like in the future?

This webinar, following the release of Re-envisioning urgent and emergency care, written by Prof Suzanne Mason, explores some of the areas that could support change in future.