Morning, Thursday, 12th December 2019
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
This conference focuses on key issues for the workforce and leadership in health and social care, and next steps for moving forward with the Interim NHS People Plan.
It will be an opportunity to assess the potential of the Plan in addressing concerns around long-term staffing arrangements - as well as priorities for recruitment, retention and workforce investment.
- Next steps for delivering the NHS People Plan - with Prerana Issar, Chief People Officer, NHS England and NHS Improvement;
- The role of local system leaders in delivering the NHS Long Term Plan - with Sir James Mackey, Chief Executive, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust;
- Addressing barriers to a more inclusive workforce and tackling the gender pay gap - with Professor Dame Jane Dacre, Lead, Independent Review, Gender Pay Gap in Medicine;
- Recommendations from A review of the Fit and Proper Persons Test - with Tom Kark QC, Barrister, QEB Hollis Whiteman;
- Medical leadership and the impact on organisational performance - with Kirsten Armit, Chief Operating Officer, Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management;
- Accountability, patient safety and implementing a culture change - with Phil Martin, Assistant Director, Education Policy, General Medical Council;
- Supporting leaders and developing the health and social care workforce - with Anita Charlesworth, Director of Research and Economics, The Health Foundation; and
- The impact of changing technology on workforce development - with Dr Claudia Pagliari, Member, Delivery Team, NHS Digital Academy.
- Mental wellbeing, training and skills, and routes into leadership - with:
- Dr Esther Cohen Tovée, Chair, Division of Clinical Psychology, British Psychological Society;
- Tom Hadley, Director, Policy and Campaigns, Recruitment & Employment Confederation;
- Danielle Hamm, Associate Director, Policy and Campaigns, Rethink Mental Illness;
- Fleur Nielsen, Head of Policy, Council of Deans of Health; and
- A senior speaker confirmed from UNISON.
Westminster Health Forum conferences typically attract strong interest from policymakers. This seminar will be an opportunity for stakeholders to engage with officials who have reserved places from: the DHSC; Government Legal Department; HSE; MHCLG; MHRA; NAO and The Scottish Government.