Urgent and Emergency Care Conference 2021: The 2-Day Online Experience

  • 2 Days of Conference Content: Policy and Guidance Updates, Best Practice and Panel Discussions
  • Live Q&As with leading health care experts and sector leaders
  • Match-making networking and live meeting scheduling with delegates
  • Replay functions so you never miss a session
  • Re-watch all the content for 30 days after the core Conference
  • Live chat, questioning and polling tools
  • Real time resources and presentations
  • Dedicated discussion groups to network and collaborate with peers through the 2 Days
  • Real solutions, ideas and answers for all colleagues working in the health sector
  • Varied formats and screen breaks to support an engaging experience
  • Post-event resources to facilitate implementation of key takeaways

This Conference is specifically designed for the Health Sector including NHS Trusts, CCGs, Health and Care partnerships and front line workers. Typical job titles will include:

Assistant Medical Directors
Associate Directors of Operation
Chief Executive Officers
Chief Operating Officers
Clinical Directors
Clinical Service Managers
Consultants Emergency Medicine
Deputy Medical Directors
Directors of Operations
Emergency Department Consultants
Heads of Urgent Care
Lead Nurses
Medical Directors
Senior Lecturers
Urgent and Emergency Managers
Heads of Transformation

Why Attend?

Brand new 2 Day interactive format to help you learn, network, and implement change
Hear from NHS England and the CQC on the latest updates across urgent and emergency care
Explore the next steps for how how NHS Trusts and CCGs can help ensure a sustainable workforce in urgent and emergency care departments through improved recruitment and retention
Assess how how to implement innovative strategies which deliver improved patient flow and reduced waiting times to meet four-hour performance goals
Gain the latest insights on standards and quality of care expected in delivering emergency services and how to achieve outstanding inspection results
Analyse practical solutions to the implementation of effective and integrated community-based care and collaboration across all NHS services to reduce pressure on emergency departments
Learn how how emergency departments and ambulance services can more effectively coordinate operations to reduce waiting times and improve patient flow to effectively respond to future challenges and growing patient demand
Network with leading experts, NHS leaders and practitioners at the forefront of delivering urgent and emergency care to share best practice and guidance in transforming and improving services
Discuss lessons learnt and the long-term impact of Covid-19 delivering urgent and emergency care
Evaluate how the NHS Long Term Plan will impact the future improvement and delivery of urgent and emergency care


Useful insights into the challenges facing urgent care and a good opportunity to network with senior colleagues.
Deputy Medical DirectorGreenbrook Healthcare
The whole event was relevant for me and my colleagues; I was able to discuss the conference with others of influence and hopefully the information will impact on future planning.
Clinical ManagerSt John Ambulance
It was a very informative event the speakers where all very good and provided good information as a clinical manager looking to set up an UTC I found networking with other providers invaluable
Walk-in Centre Lead NurseMemorial Hospital
A useful event to understand the future strategy of Urgent and Emergency Care and the focus from the Centre for the next 12 months
Healthcare ConsultantLondon North West Healthcare NHS Trust








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