NHS Confederation, NHS England and Improvement have joined forces to bring together two long-standing conferences and create a new event - NHS ConfedExpo.
NHS ConfedExpo takes place on 15 and 16 June at ACC Liverpool. HEE will have a substantial presence at the event, which is expected to have around 4,000 delegates - the majority of whom are leaders with an ability to drive change in health and social care.
During the conference delegates will hear from a mixture of high profile and influential speakers including HEE’s Chief Executive Dr Navina Evans and a number of others from HEE. Details of the sessions we are involved with are below.
We will also have a strong presence on the exhibition floor, with HEE’s stand in a prime position and visible as soon as delegates enter the hall. Our stand is located next to NHS England and Improvement and NHS Confederation.
If you are attending NHS ConfedExpo please come and say hello!
Wednesday 15 June
- Using digital innovation to deliver a net-zero NHS (09:30-10:30, PUU5 – 11C): Dr Maslah Amin, National Clinical Advisor for Population Health and Sustainability
- Digital workforce solutions (11:15 - 12:15, PUU5 – 11C): James Freed, Chief Digital and Information Officer Neil Ralph, Head of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)
- Reducing inequality in mental health access, experience and outcomes (11:15 - 12:15, The Forum): Jacqui Dyer MBE, National Mental Health Equalities Advisor
- Making health and social care the best employer (14:45 – 15:45, The Auditorium): Dr Navina Evans, Chief Executive
- Recovery of the workforce (16:30 – 17:00, Sustainability Feature Zone): Professor Sheona MacLeod, Deputy Medical Director for Medical Reform.
Thursday 16 June
- Transforming the children and young people’s mental health workforce with new roles, education and training (10:30 - 11:00, Mental health learning theatre): Dominique Henson, National Mental Health Programme Manager Elaine Bowden, National Mental Health Programme Lead Lynne Hall, Head of National Portfolio: Mental Health, Learning Disability and Autism
- NHS Strengthening Global Health: the UK’s Better Health Programme impact (11:30 - 12:00, International feature zone): Professor Ged Byrne, Director of Global Health Partnerships
- NHS as an anchor institution: enhancing the social determinants of health (13:00- 14:00, PUU2 – 4B): Lizzie Smith, Regional Director, London
- Inspiring 1.4 million actions: how can we engage and educate the workforce in building a greener NHS? (14.45 – 15.15, NHS England stand): Dr Maslah Amin, National Clinical Advisor for Population Health and Sustainability.