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. 

Upcoming events

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Welsh NHS Confederation Annual Conference and Exhibition 2018
The Annual Conference is a leading national event in the health and social care calendar. It offers a unique opportunity for colleagues from all sectors of the health and care system in Wales and the wider UK to come together to share ideas, learn how others are making a difference, and look at ways we can improve our services..
7 Feb 2018
Cardiff City Hall Bookings now open.

The Mental Health Network annual conference and exhibition 2018
This annual event brings together members of the Mental Health Network and wider mental health sector to discuss the future of mental health care.

15 March 2018 London Booking now open
NICON Annual Conference and Exhibition 2018
Based on unprecedented political support, Health and Wellbeing 2026 – Delivering Together was published in late 2016. Now, over a year on, in the face of political uncertainty and considerable pressure on services, NICON18 will bring system leaders and partners together to highlight progress and explore the key challenges, as we collectively seek to lead the next stage of implementation.
17 April 2018 BelfastBookings now open

You can also download our full events calendar for more details of other events. 

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Implementing the NHS Long Term Plan is a matter of local translation | Michael Wood

16 / 1 / 2019 2.25pm

Much will be written in the coming weeks and months about how the new NHS Long Term Plan is regarded nationally by the various parts of the health service – from think tanks to membership bodies to Royal Colleges. What is perhaps more important, explains Michael Wood, local growth advisor at the NHS Confederation, is how it is seen on the ground by external, local partners. After all, there isn’t much the NHS can achieve in the plan that doesn’t need their support, resources or input

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