Theatres and Pop-up University

Our five theatres  and seven Pop-up University workshop rooms were extremely busy throughout the two days, with sessions including:

  • Nursing and Midwifery Council Chief Executive Andrea Sutcliffe with a panel of nursing leaders with a session giving attendees the opportunity to have their say on the NMC’s five-year strategy
  • Kate Terroni, the CQC’s Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, with a panel of experts, focused on All you’ve ever wanted to know about adult social care but were too afraid to ask
  • Elizabeth Bradbury, Director of the Advancing Quality Alliance, and her colleagues helping you solve real-world challenges with Creative approaches to delivering service improvements
  • Prof Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive of NICE, leading discussion on Building the Future Together: Improvement and the Long Term Plan
  • Chief Nursing Officer for England Ruth May with nursing and Allied Health Professional Leaders discussing the role CNIOs and AHPs have in delivering digital improvement across the NHS
  • NHS Improvement Chair Dido Harding with a panel of experts discussing Why it matters: cultures of compassionate and inclusive leadership
  • What turns a good idea into a reality? Lessons from across the innovation pipeline with Matthew Whitty, Deputy Director of Innovation and NHS England and NHS Improvement, Keri Torney, Deputy Director of Life Sciences, and a panel of experts
  • Donna Hall CBE, Chair of the New Local Government Network,with leaders from the NHS RightCare and Getting It Right First Time programmes setting out how the Model Health Service is developing to give even more support to the health and care system at local level.
  • Interactive Q&A with leaders from the Trusts within the Global Digital Exemplar programme
  • Becks Fisher, Oxford GP and lead for Next-Gen GPs, with a panel discussing the future of primary care leadership
  • National Director for Diabetes and Obesity Jonathan Valabhji detailing the NHS Long Term Plan for diabetes prevention, treatment and care