NICON annual conference and exhibition 2017

When: 18 / 5 / 2017 8.30am - 19 / 5 / 2017 2.30pm

When: 18 / 5 / 2017 8.30am - 19 / 5 / 2017 2.30pm
Where: La Mon Hotel
Address: 41 Gransha Road
Castlereagh
Belfast
BT23 5RF
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Thank you for attending #NICON17

Thank you to everyone who attended our event and helped to make it such a great success.

We hope all of our delegates, contributors, speakers and sponsors found it worthwhile and had a really productive and enjoyable time.

If you missed our event or would like to remind yourself of what happened, please view the presentations below:

Day One

Day Two

Photos from NICON17 - 18 and 19 May

Q&A NICON17
Thursday started with an engaging panel discussion with Niall Dickson, Chief Executive of NHS Confederation and Dr Tracey Cooper, Chief Executive, Public Health Wales on "Transformation - Learning from Others".

NICON17 Conference Room
NICON delegates voting after our lively Big Debate, focusing on the role of the workforce in transformation.

NICON17 speaker
At our celebration awards dinner, Heather Moorhead, NICON Director, showed our attendees the HSC dreamcatcher. These dreams were collected throughout the day at the Camper of Dreams.

NICON17 Volkswagen

The van of dreams made a happy return to #NICON17.

NICON17 session
Some of our delegates enjoying one of twenty café conversations on Thursday 18th May, where our peers, partners and patients showcased how they are transforming the system and improving care.

NICON17 stones
Delegates decorated stones to help NICON collate peoples vision of an ideal health and social care system.

EVENT CONTACT DETAILS

Event bookings
eventbookings@nhsconfed.org
0844 800 5987

When:
18 / 5 / 2017 8.30am - 19 / 5 / 2017 2.30pm
Where: La Mon Hotel
Address:
41 Gransha Road
Castlereagh
Belfast
BT23 5RF
Add to Google Calendar
Download iCalendar file

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