Workforce challenges to be addressed at #Confed2016

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26 / 5 / 2016 12.36pm

The NHS workforce is one of the five themes in the spotlight at this year’s NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition, including a number of breakout sessions focusing on the workforce as the greatest asset to drive change.

If you’ve secured your place, either directly or as part of the NHS Workforce Summit, you can now book on to the many thought-provoking sessions taking place from 15 to 17 June at Manchester Central. 

Workforce sessions include:

Can we create positive workplaces and eliminate bullying in the NHS?

An interactive session that will review the research evidence on how to prevent and manage bullying, explore positive visions for workplace culture and share best practice in the NHS.

Shaping the workforce
Exploring how, in order for the workforce to match future service models and patient needs today, there must be an understanding of what is needed and what the evidence shows is the best way to deliver results.

I love the sound of breaking glass

How inclusive leadership has the power to change organisations, break down existing paradigms and create new cultures within health and social care. 

Five key themes

This year’s conference focuses on five key themes of culture, workforce, new models of care, locality and sustainability. Make sure you don’t miss out, book your place now.  

“A great space to think, reflect and generate ideas. Recharge the batteries in the company of great minds, influential speakers and, importantly, people with shared goals and values.” NHS Confederation conference delegate, 2015

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