Brexit and the NHS

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The NHS European Office is playing a key role in analysing the implications of the UK’s vote to leave the EU on the NHS, enabling NHS organisations and senior decision-makers to make informed decisions about next steps.

Here you’ll find the latest information on the EU withdrawal process, an overview of implications for the NHS, frequently asked questions and up-to-the-minute commentary and analysis.

You can also find out more about our activity to influence Brexit negotiations with the NHS Confederation and as part of the cross-sector Cavendish Coalition.

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Exiting the EU

Details on the Brexit process and what it means for NHS organisations.

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The implications

Possible implications for the NHS arising from the vote to leave the EU.

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Our commentary & analysis

Blog posts, consultation responses and publications with our view on what Brexit means for the health and care sector.

FAQs

Brexit: FAQs

All your questions on what leaving the EU will mean for the NHS answered.

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Brexit resources

Take a look at our resource page to find all the products and information you need as the UK prepares to leave the European Union.

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The Cavendish Coalition

The NHS European Office is a member of the Cavendish Coalition, an influential group of health and care organisations committed to ensuring standards of care are maintained as Britain prepares to withdraw from the EU.

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Northern Ireland and the EU exit

Read the key discussion points from our roundtable event, where senior health and care representatives from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland shared the specific challenges they face following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.

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Sign up for the new Brexit bulletin

Sign up for the new NHS European Office bulletin for the latest Brexit updates

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Speech, language and communication needs: a high priority for your services? | Rob Webster

22 / 3 / 2017 2.30pm

Next year marks ten years on from a government review into services for children and young people with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). NHS chief executive Rob Webster, who leads a trust which delivers SLCN services, reflects on progress over the past decade and what needs to happen next.

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