Associates programme

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New and exciting engagement opportunities are now available for associates. Take a look at our brochure and discover more about:

  • roundtable events - work in partnership to deliver targeted roundtable events with senior members of the executive team from either NHS Confederation or NHS Employers
  • advertising space tbc - get your organisation or product noticed through our website or bulletins.

Join a growing number of non-NHS organisations that work closely with the confederation to bring value to the NHS.

Please email to discover more about the programme, make an enquiry, find out about future events, read reviews on our past events or ask us a question.

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Become an associate today

For the very latest in NHS policy, news and exclusive discounts become an NHS Confederation Associate.

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Benefits of being an associate

Find out what you could benefit from by being an NHS Confederation Associate.

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Meet our associates

Our associates come from every different part of the health and care sector. Find out more and start making new connections.

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Upcoming events

Exclusive events will provide opportunities to network with experts from across the NHS Confederation and other associates.

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Associate terms and conditions

The terms and conditions of the for NHS Confederation Associates.

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