NHS Governance 2010 – HSJ 2-day event, London, 16/17 June

Looking to the year ahead and beyond, there can be no denying the immense and unprecedented challenges facing the NHS.

The likely change of government, delivering world class healthcare with decreased budgets and the commissioner provider split are all certain to test even the most robust NHS governance systems and present a step-change in the demands placed on those working in the governance arena.

Health Service Journal is presenting NHS Governance 2010. This not-to-be-missed event comprises of two important one day conferences and brings together national authorities on NHS governance and leads from across the country. 

Day 1 explores ‘Governance for PCTs and Provider Services: Managing the Transition – Developing robust governance systems and protocols to support the future model of community service provision.’

Day 2 is concerned with ‘NHS Board Development – Ensuring the necessary board level skills to lead the NHS in times of financial and political uncertainty.’

For further information, including programme and speakers for each of the 2 days, click here.

2 Responses to NHS Governance 2010 – HSJ 2-day event, London, 16/17 June

  1. Paul Johnson says:

    Amongst other things, it will be good to assess the degree to which there is agreement on the Healthy Board’s principles: is there any difference between Board’s “setting” “formulating” “leading” strategy? Parkhill will once again have a stall in the exhibition and all HGR readers will be most welcome to drop by.

  2. Rosalinda says:

    Hey Jessica! The main difference is the batter in the filling, which gives the whole thing a very eggy flavor. It’s also less sweet than a traitdional pie. You should give it a try!- Joe

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