Events

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High quality events for senior health professionals which enable you to hear from influential speakers, get beneath the surface of the key issues and engage with colleagues. 

We also have a range of supporter and exhibitor opportunities.

Reset, not recovery: reframing the health and care response to COVID-19

When:04 / 5 / 2020 1pm - 04 / 5 / 2020 2pm

Where:Webinar

This webinar will be the first in a series of open resources and products, prepared with and for our members and partners as we begin to initiate discussions locally, regionally and nationally about the nature and scope of the services we want to lead and provide in the future and the wider landscape in which the sector operates

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NHS Reset: a chair's perspective

When:11 / 5 / 2020 1pm - 11 / 5 / 2020 2pm

Where:Webinar

Share and discuss local approaches to COVID-19 reset strategies with fellow chairs, non-executive directors and clinical commissioning group lay members.

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NHS Reset: reframing the health and care response to COVID-19

When:18 / 5 / 2020 11.30am - 18 / 5 / 2020 12.30pm

Where:Webinar

The second webinar in our NHS Reset series spotlighted three more perspectives on early local approaches to system ‘reset’.

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NHS Reset: Looking forward – how the mental health system will model and meet the demand

When:24 / 6 / 2020 Midday - 24 / 6 / 2020 1pm

Where:Webinar

Hear Claire Murdoch, NHS England’s national mental health director, and Prof Louis Appleby, who leads the National Suicide Prevention Strategy for England, on the impact of COVID-19 on mental health and what we need to do to support people.

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NHS Reset: A focus on wellbeing – sharing lessons learned and planning for the future

When:26 / 6 / 2020 2.30pm - 26 / 6 / 2020 3.30pm

Where:Webinar

What have employers being doing to support staff wellbeing during the pandemic and how do we take this forward to create the best places to work for everyone.

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NHS Reset: Regulation, the CQC and the COVID-19 crisis

When:01 / 7 / 2020 1pm - 01 / 7 / 2020 2pm

Where:Webinar

We are hosting a private online event for members on 1 July as part of the NHS Reset campaign. The event is supported by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), which is keen to hear reflections from members on their learning from the first stage of COVID-19 in the absence of a traditional inspection regime. The session will also explore how CQC regulation might look like in the future with a particular focus on whole system thinking. The work will help to inform the CQC’s thinking around recovery planning, and will inform the NHS Confederations NHS Reset campaign.

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NHS Reset: Now or never? The prospect of social care reform

When:07 / 7 / 2020 11am - 07 / 7 / 2020 Midday

Where:Virtual roundtable

This is an opportunity to hear about the Labour Party’s vision for social care, understand the mood in parliament and put your questions to Liz Kendall MP.

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NHS Reset: Learning from rapid improvement and innovation during COVID-19

When:16 / 7 / 2020 1pm - 16 / 7 / 2020 2.30pm

Where:Webinar

This workshop will help you to learn from the rapid changes that have taken place, and take steps to build the future health and care services you want to see.

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NHS Reset: Introducing health inequalities

When:20 / 7 / 2020 12.30pm - 20 / 7 / 2020 2pm

Where:Webinar

Join the discussion about health inequalities and the potential impact of COVID-19 on Monday 20 July.

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NHS Reset: The challenge of distance – rural health inequalities and COVID-19

When:23 / 7 / 2020 10am - 23 / 7 / 2020 Midday

Where:Webinar

Examine the current challenges facing rural communities in terms of health and care.

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