Bevan Commission host major conference
Born from the ruins of a world in crisis, the NHS is an enduring testament to the extraordinary things that happen when people come together for the common good.
For 75 years, the NHS has been the bedrock of our society; protecting our communities, our friends, and our families. The NHS has achieved so much, but now faces unprecedented global challenges, including Covid-19, ageing populations, and the climate emergency.
We are at a tipping point. It is time for us to face these challenges together and rebuild our NHS to thrive in tomorrow’s world. We've done it before, and we can do it again.
The Bevan Commission will host a major conference on the 5/6 July for open and honest conversations about the future of our health service.
This conference will include talks by a wide range of internationally renowned speakers, including:
- First Minister Rt Hon Mark Drakeford MS
- Professor Sir Chris Ham
- Lord Nigel Crisp KCB
- Sir Frank Atherton, CMO
- Professor Sir Don Berwick
- Dame Sue Bailey
- Professor Sir Michael Marmott
- Professor Sir Andy Haines
- Derek Walker, Future Generations Commissioner
- Minister for Health and Social Services, Eluned Morgan, MS
- Judith Paget, CBE
- Sir David Haslam, CBE
- Professor Donna Hall, CB
There will be a dynamic range of stimulating breakout sessions from innovative health and care professionals.
The Bevan Commission is committed to ensuring that this conference is as accessible as it can be.
The Bevan Commision would like to thank all those who are making this possible, including our sponsors, speakers, and the Celtic Manor for hosting our event.
The Bevan Commission is proud to be hosted and supported by Swansea University.
More information here.