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National Health Executive launches our #NHE365 events platform

The team at National Health Executive is proud to announce the launch of our new year-long festival of virtual events: #NHE365.

We’ve all become well attuned to virtual events these days, but here at NHE we’ve taken the time, allowed the marketplace and the technology to mature and feel now is the perfect moment to bring in our offering to you, our community.

We listened to the desires of our audience - yourselves - and the needs of the wider industry, and so have worked to deliver not just a series of events, but a platform and a community which means conversations don’t just happen on the day… they happen year-round.

Our experience of in-person events taught us the power of networking, and so we channelled significant time into building an events offering which allows you to engage, communicate and learn not just from our network of incredible speakers but also your fellow delegates and professionals.

Register now to become part of the ever-growing NHE365 community and gain access to a growing library of knowledge from across healthcare, available live and on demand.

Over the course of the year-long festival, more than 300 speakers will impart their wisdom to our audience. We’re proud to also confirm our entire virtual events platform is fully CPD certified, with more than 100 points available to our community members just for engaging with our content.

The festival kicks off on March 24, 2021 with our Achieving Digital Efficiency event, with speakers taking to the virtual stage throughout the day to help us realise our digital ambitions within the NHS. Speakers on the day include Alistair Bullward, who handles Open Data and Data Visualisation at NHS Digital and Katherine Church, Chief Digital Officer at Surrey Heartlands ICS, among a host of other fascinating expert guests.

Following on from that, NHE will deliver our Employee Wellbeing and Welfare event on April 21, 2021 which will see Danny Mortimer, Chief Executive of NHS Employers and Deputy Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation, among others walk us through how we can maximise our efforts to support staff and colleagues.

Rounding out the opening quarter of our exciting events calendar, on May 19, 2021, we see the next event in our offering: Acute Challenges presented by Covid-19. Among our exciting line up is Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the Royal College General Practitioners (RCGP) who can offer a wealth of experience and knowledge from himself and his organisation’s members during this pandemic.

Register now and join us for what is set to be a brilliant, insightful festival of events which will bring together our healthcare community to learn, inspire and educate one another.

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