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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. 

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NICON Annual Conference and Exhibition 2019

The 2019 NICON conference and exhibition is set in the context of the third year of the roll out of Health and Wellbeing 2026 – Delivering Together. On 16 and 17 May, you are invited to join over 500 health and social care leaders and partners to hear from local and visiting experts and leaders about progress on transformation, merging thinking, and next steps in developing positive change. Join colleagues to keep up to date with key developments and contribute to the ongoing conversations around health and social care.

16-17 May 2019 Belfast Bookings now open

Confed19

This year our flagship annual conference and exhibition promises to be our biggest event yet! Taking place in the wake of the Topol review and the UK’s exit from the European Union, Confed19 presents an unrivalled opportunity for senior healthcare leaders and decision makers to come together on 19 and 20 June and focus on the future.

19-20 June 2019 Manchester Bookings now open

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The announcement by the Secretary of State of a raft of measures designed to improve the mental health of NHS staff is an important and welcome one. It is a first step in the NHS making good on the NHS Ten Year Plan's desire to see employers having "a key role to play in supporting their staff to stay well and in work.” Given the higher than average sickness rates in the NHS compared to other public sector organisations, Peter Molyneux, chair of Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, explains why it is important that the NHS sets the standard.

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