The HSJ Clinical Policy Forums 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.

 
HSJ Cardio Virtual Forum

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4 February 2021

The HSJ Cardio Virtual Forum will bring together national and local leaders, senior managers, clinicians, industry and the third sector to support you to achieve sustainable improvement to cardiovascular disease care and prevention.
 
HSJ Cancer Virtual Series

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Multiple Dates

The HSJ Cancer Virtual Series will keep you up to date, connected and supported in maintaining and restoring early diagnosis, referral and treatment levels and getting back on track with improving cancer outcomes. Surrounding the HSJ Cancer Virtual Forum on 11 March 2021, we will run a series of monthly webinars to share updates and stay connected on key topics.
 
HSJ Diabetes Virtual Forum

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27 April 2021

The HSJ Diabetes Virtual Forum will bring together national and local leaders, senior managers, clinicians, industry and the third sector to examine the next steps in ensuring progress is made on national aims, and that the innovations and learning from the pandemic are not lost.
 
HSJ Respiratory Virtual Forum

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13 May 2021

The HSJ Respiratory Virtual Forum will bring together national and local leaders, senior managers, clinicians, the third sector and industry to analyse the impact of COVID-19, learn from the clinical response to coronavirus and look at getting back on track with national aims.
 
 
HSJ Mental Health Virtual Forum

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2021 (TBC)

This virtual forum will provide the opportunity to assess the extent of the impact of coronavirus on national and local mental health work and where the NHS is in terms of implementing national commitments. It will also provide a platform to discuss and prepare for upcoming strategic challenges.
 

THE FORUMS BRING TOGETHER:

 
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Clinical chairs and directors of commissioning from CCGs

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Clinical leads and clinical directors from STPs/ICSs

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Executive directors and clinical leads from GP Federations and Primary Care Networks

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Heads of Clinical Networks

 
 
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Clinical directors, consultants, specialist nurses, pharmacists

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GPs, community nurses and practice nurses

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Very senior managers from arms’ length bodies including NHS England and NHS Improvement

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Leaders in public health from local authorities