Upcoming events

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At regular times during the year, associates will be invited to exclusive events covering topical issues. These events will give you an opportunity to network with experts from across the NHS Confederation and other associates. Our wide range of topics will ensure we keep you up-to-date with the latest developments, provide you with learning opportunities and help you understand more about working with the NHS. There’s no extra cost, these are all included in your annual fee. 

Due to COVID-19, NHS Confederation has created a series of online webinars exclusively for our Associate members so we can share key information with you as our strategy unfolds and give you access to key contacts who are leading the company's response to the pandemic. 

Upcoming events

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Please note this webinar series is for NHS Confederation Associate members and invited guests only.


NHS ConfedExpo 2020 - cancellation 

Following the decision to cancel NHS ConfedExpo due to the current pressures on the health care system, we’re delighted to confirm we are now planning ahead for the inaugural NHS ConfedExpo, now taking place on 16 and 17 June 2021. We’re working with commercial partners to discuss rolling packages into the 2021 event. If you are yet to discuss moving your package to NHS ConfedExpo 2021, speak with a member of the commercial team today: supporters@nhsconfed.org.

For wider Confederation Group supporter opportunities please visit our commercial and partnership webpage

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