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Event: help transform local health and care services

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The Better Care Fund will provide £3.8 billion to local services to give elderly and vulnerable an improved health and social system  - and now it's your chance to get involved. 

The Fund exists to generate real momentum in the drive to integrate health and care services - a catalyst for change.

As part of wider engagement around the Better Care Fund, a series of half day regional events for people from across the health and care system are being held over the next three months. The events include presentations and debate from local organisations and national and international policy leads and teams, as well as smaller delegate led table discussions.

As a delegate, you will have the opportunity to:

  • hear and discuss what is happening locally within a national and international policy context
  • help influence the design and implementation of Better Care Fund plans
  • share ideas and best practice.

Two events are taking place in the Midlands:

21 January – Central Birmingham – Holiday Inn – 12.30-5pm

23 January – Loughborough – The Link Hotel – 12.30-4.15pm

We really encourage you to attend either of these events. Please register by clicking on one of the links above. If you are unable to attend please do send a colleague - your views matter!

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  1. Comment by sue smith posted on

    Would be interested to know when these events are coming to Eastern England

  2. Comment by Roger Wharton posted on

    4 days notice is a bit short to organise despite the importance of the subject. Do you have any more events planned, preferably in the south west? Thank you. Roger Wharton

  3. Comment by Patricia posted on

    Are there likely to be events in other regions please - eg in the East?
    Thank you

  4. Comment by Jon McLeavy posted on

    Are there any events planned for the south west?