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The NHS Confederation provides a monthly intelligence scanning service of key international reports and other intelligence relevant to the NHS. This service leverages our memberships of international organisations to enrich thinking and action around transformation, integration, and other strategic priorities within the NHS.

International interaction is important for professional development, and for sharing lessons applicable to the NHS and to other health services. This page highlights opportunities associated with organisations with whom NHS Confederation collaborates. View recent and upcoming webinars and talks from international speakers of particular interest or relevance to the NHS. 

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NHS international intelligence scanning service

This section highlights key international reports and other intelligence relevant to the NHS.

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Professional development and international exchange opportunities

This page highlights opportunities associated with organisations with whom the NHS Confederation collaborates.

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International webinars and talks

Recent and upcoming webinars and talks from international speakers

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Key learnings for the NHS from international conferences

Lessons from international health services we can apply to improve the way we deliver healthcare in the NHS

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