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The Urgent and Emergency Care Conference 2019 will provide a vital platform to explore how all NHS providers can work collaboratively and innovatively to deliver successful solutions for the growing patient demand for urgent and emergency care services. Attendees will hear from policy experts and leading practitioners to determine how all services can more effectively enhance provision to support greater efficiency, improved response times and deliver high quality outcomes for patients using urgent and emergency care services.

Reasons to Attend:

how all NHS Services can effectively respond to future challenges and growing patient demand to deliver exemplary urgent and emergency care
practical insights on how NHS Trusts and CCGs can deliver service improvements with improved recruitment, retention and development of the urgent and emergency care workforce
the latest progress in the implementation of NHS England’s Urgent and Emergency Care Review and the role of the Emergency Care Improvement Programme (ECIP) in enhancing services
how to implement innovative strategies which deliver improved patient flow and support the efficient use of emergency care resources
the latest updates to standards and quality of care expected in delivering emergency services and how the inspection of services will evolve in the future
practical solutions to the implementation of effective community care and collaboration across all NHS services to reduce pressure on emergency departments
how emergency departments and ambulance services can more effectively coordinate operations to reduce waiting times and deliver improved patient outcomes
with leading experts and NHS leaders at the forefront of delivering urgent and emergency care to share best practice and guidance in transforming services
This Conference is specifically designed for NHS Trusts, CCGs and all services responsible for the delivery of Urgent and Emergency Care. Typical job titles will include:
  • Chief Executives
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • Clinical Directors
  • Clinical Leads
  • Commissioning Managers
  • Consultants in Emergency Medicine
  • Deputy Directors
  • Directors of Delivery
  • Directors of Operations
  • Directors of Performance and Improvement
  • General Managers
  • Heads of Emergency Care
  • Heads of Service
  • Heads of Strategic Planning
  • Heads of Transformation
  • Heads of Urgent Care
  • Medical Directors
  • Operating Managers
  • Programme Managers

*This Conference is also open to the voluntary and private sector to encourage networking and debate.


I found the event insightful into the current thinking, and the cultures within NHS organisations currently under enormous pressures.

Chief Executive, Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust

This was an excellent event which helped clarify what the health system I am part of needs to do to deliver the vision set out out in the Urgent and Energency Care Review.

Operations Director, North and West Reading CCG

I found this event very informative and appreciated being able to listen the the experiences of senior leaders within the NHS in tackling some tough issues.

Urgent Care Planning & EPRR Manager, NHS Nene CCG

An interesting  day with presentations from areas where transformational change in provision of Urgent Care has made a difference to patients.

Urgent Care Lead, NHS North and West Reading CCG