Welsh NHS Confederation

Welsh NHS Confederation
The Welsh NHS Confederation is a membership body representing all the organisations making up the NHS in Wales: seven Local Health Boards and three NHS Trusts.

We support our members to improve health and well-being by working with them to deliver high standards of care for patients and best value for taxpayers’ money. We act as a driving force for positive change through strong representation and our policy, influencing and engagement work.

For more information read our consultation responses, press releases and work around the General and National Assembly Elections.
Welsh NHS Confederation

About us

The Welsh NHS Confederation is a membership body representing all the organisations making up the NHS in Wales: seven Local Health Boards and three NHS Trusts.

Welsh NHS Confederation

Our work

The Welsh NHS Confederation is a membership organisation, providing wide-ranging networking, research, policy development, thought leadership, public relations, engagement and communications for the NHS in Wales.

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NHS Wales Employers

The strategic driving force behind the work of NHS Wales Employers is the principle that good quality patient care relies upon a strong, motivated and skilled workforce to deliver it.

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View our latest and upcoming events, and find out more about our flagship annual conference and exhibition.

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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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