The NHS Confed Conference has been a fixture in the diary of senior health care leaders for more than 20 years. Due to the pandemic and current pressures on the health and care system, this year’s event will now take place virtually, but will have the same high-quality content and conversations as you have come to expect from Confed Conference. We do hope you will join us.
A DATE FOR YOUR DIARY
WHAT YOU WILL GET FROM ATTENDING
A wealth of content
During the three-day event, more than 140 sessions will take place focusing on five main themes:
- quality and clinical improvement
- health inequalities
- system integration and collaboration partnership.
All will have integral subthemes including mental health, workforce, population health, sustainability, patient voice and more, woven into conversations and spotlighted throughout the event. Sessions will also be curated by our colleagues from NHS England and NHS Improvement.
Network with your peers
The event may be online, but networking will still be a large part of NHS Confed Conference. Over the course of the three days, we will welcome leaders from across health and care to share learnings, experiences and insights on the pandemic and explore how we pave the way forward:
- NHS trusts
- Integrated care systems
- Primary care networks
- Clinical commissioning groups
- Local government
- Health and wellbeing boards
- National bodies
- International audiences
- Commercial partners
High profile speakers
Exclusive content will be available to members of the NHS Confederation as we issue an ‘access all areas’ pass. Sessions will be generated on topics that you have told us matter most.
Not a member of the NHS Confederation? Ask how you can join by contacting email@example.com