28 / 4 / 2016 12.30pm
HR directors, medical, clinical and nursing directors are invited to tackle workforce challenges at this year’s NHS Workforce Summit in Manchester.
Taking place on 14 and 15 June, as part of the NHS Confederation’s annual conference and exhibition, the invitation-only event will bring together HR and workforce leaders to discuss workforce productivity, the Carter review, workforce resilience and workforce priorities.
The UK’s first astronaut, Dr Helen Sharman, will open the summit on Tuesday afternoon with her unique experiences of the importance of teamwork and leadership. Delegates will then have the opportunity to network with colleagues to share ideas.
After Wednesday’s packed agenda of expert-led workshops, discussion and networking, delegates will have access to all or part of the three-day NHS Confederation conference and exhibition, which includes several workforce-focused sessions.
HR directors and deputies will have already received their invitations, and all invitations will have been sent by Thursday 28 May. If you’ve received yours, go to the event web page to find out more and confirm your reserved place.
NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition
The annual conference takes place from 15 to 17 June and is aimed at chief executives in the NHS.
This year’s focus will be on the huge effort that is underway in the NHS, and wider health and care system, to transform care for patients, as well as celebrating the work that goes on in the NHS every day.
Workforce-related sessions include eliminating bullying; developing existing workforce skills and growing new roles; and creating new cultures through inclusive leadership.
Make sure your organisation is represented, to take part in the discussion and hear the latest expert thinking.
Read more about the NHS Confederation annual conference.