Annual Chairs' conference 2021

Annual Chairs' conference 2021

17 March 2021

Online 10.30 - 16:00 - Live only



About this event

This virtual conference provided NHS chairs with a unique learning and networking opportunity alongside valuable insight for those in leadership roles.

Delegates that attended this event will have had the opportunity to hear sessions from high profile speakers focusing on leadership, diversity and the role of the chair following an unprecedented year for the NHS in 2020. Operating under Chatham house rules, this event was a chance for those that attended to discuss and debate in a closed environment whilst virtually networking with peers.

Who attended

This event was specifically for chairs of NHS organisations.


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Presentations
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Integrating care: progress and next steps
Matthew Style, Director of Strategic Finance, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Reflections on change
Roger Wilson CBE, Patient Advocate and Founder of Sarcoma UK

HFMA Governance award winners 2020
Helen Taylor, Chair, East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust

Leadership priorities: motivation, recovery & growth
Danny Mortimer, Interim Chief Executive, NHS Confederation

The importance of digital strategy to clinical service transformation
Malcolm Lowe-Lauri, Head of Healthcare & Lifesciences, Grant Thornton UK LLP and Andrew Plumtree, Manager – Healthcare Advisory, Grant Thornton UK LLP

Surviving the now and preparing for the future - we do not have permission to share these slides
Jacqueline Davies, Director of Leadership and Lifelong Learning and Talent, NHS England and NHS Improvement

CPD accredited event


This event has CPD accredited status with The CPD Standards Office. Delegates that attend will receive an accredited CPD Certificate of Attendance. 

CPD Activity 50137