CALL FOR PAPERS
1-2 September 2016
We invite submission of paper presentations to this event on any topic related to health politics, policy or management. Papers may be research papers, and for these speakers will be allocated 20 minutes plus 10 minutes for discussion/questions, or policy reports/analysis papers which will be tabled and discussed. Please indicate your paper type when sending in a title and short abstract.
To propose a paper or for an informal discussion of proposals, please contact Alison Hann (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Conference fee and registration:
£289 (includes one night accommodation, lunch, and a conference dinner)
We only have 25 places available. Registration will be on a first come, first served basis. To register, please fill in and return this Booking form.
Deadline: Friday, 5th August 2016
Egrove Park is located two miles from Oxford City Centre and offers a retreat setting with plenty of free parking. The venue is located in 37 acres of parkland, and is just a short journey from the bus and train stations. All rooms are ensuite.
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Tags: England, Future NHS, health care, HSCA 2012, new models of care, NHS, policy
Policy priorities and challenges for health and social care in England
Date : Thursday, 5th May 2016 (10.00-16.00)
Venue : University of Manchester, Jean McFarlane Building, Oxford Road
Keynote speaker: Nigel Edwards (Chief Executive, Nuffield Trust)
Since the passing of the Health and Social Care Act in March 2012, the UK health policy landscape has been changing rapidly. Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) have been developing and changing their role, taking on responsibility for varying levels of primary care commissioning and moving toward greater involvement in the commissioning of specialised services. At the same time, NHS England’s Five Year Forward View has changed the policy agenda, with a focus upon the development of new models of care which bring together different types of provider organisations across traditional boundaries. Finally, GP practices under pressure are starting to work together in Federations, and Devolution of responsibility for health and social care to city and county regions is gathering pace. All of these developments focus heavily upon integration and co-operation, with competition between providers much less prominent in policy discourse.
This event will explore evidence relevant to these policy developments and challenges, focusing on what is known about collaborative working, governance of complex organisations, budget pooling, new forms of contracting, new forms of provider, integrated care etc. We invite interested researchers to submit abstracts covering a broad range of relevant themes, and would welcome contributions drawing relevant international comparisons. The focus of the day will be upon stimulating discussion about how existing evidence can illuminate the issues facing the NHS. Speakers will be allocated 20 minutes, with 10 minutes for discussion
Please send abstracts for consideration by email to: email@example.com
Deadline for abstract submission: 31st March 2016.
Cost: £40 per person (including lunch)
Early bird: £30 (if you register by 1st March 2016)
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