The HSJ Clinical Policy Forums are one-day events which provide a unique opportunity for critical, senior level stakeholders from across the NHS and beyond to focus on implementing national policies at a local level related to the NHS’s most high priority therapy areas: mental health, cancer, respiratory, cardiology and diabetes.
4 February 2021 - DoubleTree Tower of London
The next HSJ National Cardio Forum event will support clinicians and local leaders to further achieve the goals set out in the NHS Long Term Plan. Key themes include early detection, preventative treatments and cardiac rehabilitation.
11 March 2021 - Park Plaza Victoria
Bringing together core stakeholders from across the cancer community to discuss current challenges, exciting innovations and groundbreaking projects within the sector. Key themes include workforce, approaches to RDCs, and new treatment and technology
13 May 2021 - DoubleTree Tower of London
This forum will focus on national commitments on mental health and help local leaders to implement strategic and practical changes to services. Key themes include treatment of people suffering severe mental illness, community development, and expanding specialist services.
13 October 2021 – DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London
The inaugural forum will bring together the entire diabetes community to share practical solutions to achieving national priorities, including type 2 prevention, improving access to diabetes professionals, and increasing use of digital to improve care.
24 November 2021 – Central London
The launch forum will focus on delivering national priorities including patient access to testing, appropriate medication and expanding rehabilitation services.
THE FORUMS BRING TOGETHER:
Clinical chairs and directors of commissioning from CCGs
Clinical leads and clinical directors from STPs/ICSs
Executive directors and clinical leads from GP Federations and Primary Care Networks
Heads of Clinical Networks
Clinical directors, consultants, specialist nurses, pharmacists
GPs, community nurses and practice nurses
Very senior managers from arms’ length bodies including NHS England and NHS Improvement
Leaders in public health from local authorities