Our annual Nuffield Trust Summit, now in its thirteenth year, is going online! In 2021, the Summit will take place as a series of virtual events over two weeks from the 9th to 18th March.
An indispensable part of the health policy calendar, the Summit attracts policymakers, senior managers, clinicians, politicians, journalists, international experts and more to reflect on the most pressing issues facing health and social care. After one of the most difficult years in the health service’s lifetime and with the disruptions arising from Covid-19 likely to remain with us for years to come, this year the Summit turns to focus on three broad themes:
- How does evidence and science inform policy making – and what lessons can be learned from the pandemic and beyond to inform future health policy?
- Will health services require restoration or revolution following the pandemic – and what can we learn from other historic shifts in service delivery in the wake of disaster?
- How is the tension between centralisation and localisation managed in the health service and elsewhere – and is the drive for centralisation a uniquely British phenomenon?
The event page will be updated with further information and useful resources over the coming weeks. Make sure you are registered for the event to attend these fascinating sessions and gain delegate access to further resources.
We hope you enjoy the Summit Series!
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