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Our range of email newsletters
- Members only: gain a round-up each morning of all the NHS and health and care related news.
- Members only: benefit from weekly updates and insights on NHS-wide developments, find useful resources and ways to get involved on the key issues.
- Members only: keep up to date with a summary of all major healthcare policy developments, latest research findings, facts and figures, plus expert commentary and signposts to further information.
- Open to all: the latest news on local economic planning, policy and strategies. Featuring blogs, resources, policy and events summaries, the bulletin has been designed to keep NHS decision-makers informed as this key agenda develops.
- Open to all: understand how EU policy impacts on the NHS, get updates on the latest pan-European healthcare developments and find out about EU funding opportunities and chances to share innovative practices with European colleagues.
- MHN members only: keep up to date with the latest news, views, events and resources from the Mental Health Network and how you can get involved.
- NHSPN members only: benefit from the latest news, views and resources of specific relevance to independent sector organisations delivering NHS clinical services.
- Open to all: Find out how you can engage with and showcase your services to the NHS with our latest supporter and exhibitor opportunities.
- Open to all: register for our newest bulletin which collates all of the latest information about the implications of Brexit on the health and care system.
- Members only: Sign up to the NHS Confederation Associates newsletter and find our more about organisations who work with and supply services to the NHS.
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