Welsh NHS Confederation publishes events programme

Welsh NHS Confederation

The Welsh NHS Confederation has a great line-up of events over the coming  months. To find out more or to book your place, please contact our Events Manager, Sandra Cummings, at

What's coming up?

12 December 2016: A View of… Community Care

Venue: All Nations Centre, Cardiff

Time: 9am-12pm

This session will look at the some of the issues facing primary care, as well as the positives and progress being made, where we’re doing well and the innovative work around clusters. Speakers will discuss where they see the future of primary care and the role of professionals within the community, the solutions to some of the challenges and how we go about building a primary care sector that meets the needs of the population. 

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31 January 2017: Welsh NHS Confederation Annual Dinner

Venue: Bayside Brasserie, Mermaid Quay, Cardiff Bay

Time: 7pm-10pm

After dinner speaker: Richard Parks, Extreme Environment Athlete, TV Presenter and ex-Wales international rugby player.

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1st February 2017: Welsh NHS Confederation Annual Conference and Exhibition

Venue: Cardiff City Hall

Time: All Day

Speakers include:

  • Vaughan Gething, Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport
  • Dr Andrew Goodall, Chief Executive of NHS Wales and Director General, Health and Social Services
  • Anita Charlesworth, Director of Research and Economics, The Health Foundation
  • Candace Imison, Director of Policy, The Nuffield Trust
  • Roz Davies, Managing Director, Recovery Enterprises
  • Alison Cameron, Patient leader
  • Danny Mortimer, Chief Executive, NHS Employers

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13th March 2017: Full Board Development Session

Venue: Muller Hall, All Nations Centre, Cardiff

Time: 10am -4pm

A joint event between Welsh NHS Confederation and Academi Wales. Content to be confirmed. Open to NHS Wales board members.

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31st March 2017: A View of... Housing and Health

Venue: Muller Hall, All Nations Centre, Cardiff

Time: 9am-12pm

Good housing is critical to positive health outcomes for people and communities. Preventing homelessness, working to provide suitable accommodation for vulnerable people and helping to reduce falls at home will be discussed in this session demonstrating the need for greater integration of services.

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