Making Commissioning Work

Tuesday, July 5, 2011 - 23:00

This event is fully supported by Doctors.net.uk and will be chaired by: Dr Tim Ringrose MRCP, Medical Director, Doctors.net.uk

At Making Commissioning Work, the case for multi-professional involvement in commissioning will be discussed and analysed as to how effective it can be in improving patient care and health outcomes. Chaired by Tim Ringrose, representing the UK's largest network of medical professionals and a programme of excellent speakers including doctor representative groups, health and social care professionals and commissioning leads, this unique event is an essential for all those involved with and affected by the new NHS commissioning model.

Read more...

Register to attend here

Speakers include:

Dr Tim Ringrose MRCP, Medical Director, Doctors.net.uk
Dr Clare Gerada, Chair of Council, Royal College of General Practitioners
Dr Paul Zollinger-Read, Medical Adviser and Clinical Lead on Primary Care, The Kings Fund, Director GP Commissioning East of England SHA
Dr Amit Bhargava, Chair Crawley Commissioning Consortium, National Co-lead GP Commissioning Federation NHS Alliance
Paul Jenkins, Chief Executive, Rethink
CiarĂ¡n Devane, CEO of Macmillan Cancer Support
Dr Mark Porter, Chairman of the BMA's Consultants Committee
Professor Lindsey Davies (Invited) President, Faculty of Public Health

Further details of the programme can be found online

Places are limited to 250 and are awarded on a first come, first served basis

If you are unable to attend, please feel free to forward details of this event to a colleague.

If the links in this email are inactive, all information can be viewed by pasting the following URL into your web browser: http://www.publicserviceevents.co.uk/event/overview.asp?ID=182

If you wish to register your interest in exhibiting or delivering a workshop, you can submit your contact details online and one of our advisors will be in touch shortly.

Tags: 

Rachel Stancliffe's picture

Register or log in to join our networks!