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20-22 June: NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition

Be part of the NHS Confederation's annual conference and exhibition 2012, the only event where healthcare leaders from across the country debate how the NHS can guarantee high standards of care for patients and deliver best value for taxpayers' money.

The programme will cover five key themes:

  • quality of care
  • finance
  • integration and partnerships
  • how the system is shaping – looking to the future
  • workforce.

Why you should attend in 2012

The conference is always a dynamic forum for discussion and debate. Next year's event will also provide you with practical tips and support to equip you in your leadership role as the changes brought about by the Health and Social Care Bill are introduced.

You'll hear from top speakers, learn from sessions that address your needs and interests, and meet other health leaders who are tackling the same challenges as you. 

2011 delegates told us:

"The whole event was useful - sometimes inspiring and often reassuring that others feel as I do in current muddled environment."
(Non-Executive Director, NHS North Lancashire)

"An excellent conference. Mostly very valuable sessions, thought provoking and likely to influence the way I work."
(Managing director, NHS South West London Croydon borough)

Delegates in 2011 included:

  • 174 chief executives
  • 142 chairs
  • 75 non-executive directors
  • 262 directors
  • 145 heads of department
  • 83 other managers
  • 44 management trainees.

They were from primary care, acute, ambulance and mental health trusts, and strategic health authorities, as well as commercial, professional and charity organisations.

For more details and to book your place click here

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