Reform 2017 health conference brochure: NHS reform at pace and scale

Document type
Discussion paper
Haldenby, Andrew; Laycock, Kate; Dobson, Ben
Date of publication
9 March 2017
Health Services, Social Policy
Social welfare
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Reform held a major health conference on 9 March 2017 to explore the theme ‘NHS reform at pace and scale’. The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health, gave the keynote speech. The conference touched on the themes of Sustainability and Transformation Plans, workplace health, and achieving better care for less.

This conference brochure contains articles covering themes from across the conference from leading figures in public services.

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