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21 February 2018
This NHSCC/NHS England public consultation webinar will focus on the joint NHS England - NHSCC consultation on Conditions for which over the counter items should not routinely be prescribed in primary care.
22 February 2018
NHSCC are running a webinar on the current HEE consultation on the draft health and care workforce strategy for England to 2027. This will offer an opportunity for members to hear more about the consultation and ask questions.
26 February 2018
On 26 February we are inviting members to learn about the unique transformation taking place in Greater Manchester as a result of devolution. This visit provides the opportunity to understand more about Greater Manchester's whole systems-approach by showcasing how integrated and place-based partnership working is happening in practice.
27 February 2018
We will be holding a final webinar for GPs and other prescribers on Tuesday 27 February 2018 12:30 – 13:30 about the proposed national guidance for Conditions for which over the counter items should not routinely be prescribed in primary care.
12 March 2018
Following the recent publication of the CCG Improvement and Assessment Framework (IAF) 2017/18, we will be holding a webinar with NHS England to update CCG colleagues on the changes to this framework.
27 March 2018
In partnership with the LGA, and with support from NHS Providers, we will be holding a national summit on Tuesday 27 March looking at delivering health and care in a digital age. Senior leaders from across health and care will be brought together to focus on how system-wide challenges are being addressed using digital technology and data.
11 April 2018
You can register now for the first NHSCC Nurses Forum quarterly meeting. We will be looking at two main themes during the day: the workforce strategy to 2027 and Continuing Healthcare. We will also be holding the first of our member showcase sessions with presentations on an approach to Quality & Equality Impact Assessments (QEIA) and supporting practice nurses both in Devon and an enhanced surveillance tool in Leeds.