Contributing to Expo 2018

At Expo, people “vote with their feet” – whatever your area of interest, there’s always something going on!

We are already working to shape Expo 2018, and once again we will be collaborating with partners across health and social care to identify the key themes for next year’s event. We will also look closely at attendees’ feedback from 2017, and make further improvements to our delegates’ Expo experience.

Working with our NHS colleagues and partners across the public and voluntary sector helps us make sure Expo continues to focus on the most relevant, important and rapidly-developing areas of health and social care. We couldn’t do it without you!

Our variety of platforms means we can offer a range of communication and engagement opportunities to health and care colleagues leading innovative work.

Contact the Expo team at or tweet us @ExpoNHS to discuss your ideas for Expo 2018!

Main stages

Our highest-profile platforms – the perfect places to:

  • Make major announcements
  • Unveil and explain high-level national reports and reviews
  • Lead expert panel discussions of the most important issues facing health and social care

View our 2017 speakers

Pop-up University

Targeted communication with an engaged audience – the place to introduce new concepts and developments:

  • Full leadership of a 45-minute workshop
  • High-quality, relevant learning assured through Expo Steering Group approval process
  • Ongoing contact with attendees after Expo, allowing you to equip the right people with the tools to make changes

View details of our 2017 pop-up university


Flexible, quiet spaces ideal for collaborative exploration of a single key topic:

  • Opportunities for shared discussion and in-depth reflection
  • Great networking opportunities across professions and key work areas
  • Sessions can be restricted to private invitation lists or open for all attendees

View details of our 2017 Theatres