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NHS England is set to host this year’s Health and Care Innovation Expo 2014.
The annual event is attracting thousands of delegates from across the health and social system, all of whom want to bring about changes in health and care.
Now in its 8th successful year, Health and Wellbeing at Work is all about improving the health and wellbeing of work-aged people.
The NICE Annual Conference 2014 will bring you up to the minute developments in the changing landscape of health and social care, as well as offer practical advice as to how NICE can support you in navigating new territory whilst maintaining quality care.
NHS procurement entered a new phase following the restructuring of the NHS in April 2013 and the publication of the long-awaited new procurement strategy – ‘Better Procurement, Better Value, Better Care: A Procurement Development Programme for the NHS’ – in August 2013.
Aimed at the public health nursing workforce this programme developed by the RCN Public Health Forum will discuss recommendations made by the NHS Future Forum. Healthcare professionals have a core responsibility to make every contact count with every individual they come in contact with as an opportunity to help improve their mental and physical health and wellbeing.
Titled 'The future of mental health: #MHN2014', this conference will bring together the full range of mental health providers, partners and stakeholders involved in the planning and delivery of mental health services, to focus on how provision needs to evolve to best serve the needs of our communities and wider society.
Following on from the landmark Health and Social Care Act 2012, GovKnow are proud to present our Reforming Social Care Conference 2014, a forum for discussion and debate on the future of social care in England. This conference will bring together stakeholders working across the social care spectrum.
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