Date: Wednesday 23 June 2021

Venue: Online

Time: 10:30-12:00

The AHSN Network Environmental Sustainability Community of Interest is hosting a series of sharing and learning events aimed at supporting organisations with innovations and initiatives to support delivery of a Net Zero NHS. This introductory event will provide an overview of national ambitions and strategies, as well as learnings from The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust who has an established environmental sustainability strategy and culture. 

This event is open to anyone working in the NHS with an interest in knowing more about environmental sustainability but it will be of particular interest to those working in Trusts and ICSs to develop their environmental sustainability strategies.

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Date: Friday 25 June 2021, 09.45 - 11.00

Venue: Online event held on Zoom Webinar - accessible via PC, laptop and smartphone

Technology and innovation are the great hopes to speed the recovery of the NHS and sustain high quality care in future.   

The pandemic turbo-charged the speed of innovation in the NHS – ‘from 6 years to 6 weeks’. In its aftermath, what have we learned? What are the NHS's priorities for technological innovation, and can we do better in identifying them? Should there be a more obvious guiding hand? How can promising innovations best be encouraged, trialled and spread across the country more quickly into an industry as complex and deeply human as health care? Can we learn from other industries? And how do we make sure technological innovations can benefit all? 

This webinar will explore these key questions facing the NHS as it embarks on the mammoth task of recovery. Join The Health Foundation and their expert panel for deep insights.


  • Rory Cellan-Jones, Technology Correspondent, BBC News
  • Indra Joshi, Director of Artificial Intelligence, NHSX
  • Sam Roberts, Managing Director, Health and Care, Legal & General
  • Will Warburton, Director for Improvement, the Health Foundation
  • Chair: Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive, the Health Foundation

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Date: Wednesday 30 June 2021, 13:00 - 14:00

Venue: Online event held on Zoom - accessible via PC, laptop and smartphone

Since 2019, the Health Foundation has supported five large-scale GP practices and federations to increase continuity of care within general practice. 

During this webinar, project teams will share what they have learned about increasing continuity over the last two and a half years. We will discuss challenges, successes, case studies and tools that will help you better understand continuity and top tips for improving it in your practice.  

This webinar is hosted by the Royal College of General Practitioners.


  • Professor Mark Rickenbach, GP and RCGP Clinical Champion for Continuity of Care 
  • Dr Jacob Lee, GP, One Care 
  • Julia Martineau, Project Manager of Continuity, One Care 
  • Dr Kevin Haggerty, GP, Pier Health Group 
  • Julie Davidson, Operations Director, Pier Health Group

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Date: Tuesday 6 July 2021, 12.00 - 13.15

Venue: Online via Zoom Webinar. Accessible via PC, tablet and smartphone. 

As the UK looks to rebound from the pandemic, we have an opportunity to address persisting inequalities in people’s health, social and economic circumstances.  

Join The Health Foundation on Tuesday 6 July 2021 as they launch findings from the COVID-19 impact inquiry. They’ll discuss how in recovery, we can build a more resilient society – one where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.  


  • Dr Sakthi Karunanithi, Director of Public Health, Lancashire County Council
  • Dame Clare Moriarty, Chair, COVID-19 impact inquiry expert advisory panel and Chief Executive, Citizens Advice
  • Dr Mehrunisha Suleman, Senior Research Fellow, the Health Foundation
  • Rachel Wolf, Founding Partner, Public First
  • Lord Simon Woolley, Director and Co-founder of Operation Black Vote
  • Chair: Dr Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive, the Health Foundation 

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Technology: the great pharmacy enabler.

Friday 9 July 2021

Time: 13:00-17:00

Venue: Online  

The 2021 conference aims to showcase all the great regional pharmacy research completed this year and will incorporate the regional pre-registration presentations and awards. This includes work from early career researchers, postgraduate students, and pharmacy professionals from all sectors. 

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