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    Conferences & Events

    HealthChat with Mark Britnell

    Mark Britnell is a KPMG Partner and Head of Healthcare for Europe and the Middle East. In March 2006, after Nigel Crisp resigned as NHS Chief Executive, he was tipped as a likely contender for the post, but did not apply for the job, and in 2013 rumours emerged that he was again linked to the role as Sir David Nicholson stepped down. It was not to be.

    Mark has a rich and varied career in healthcare management and remains as one of the most influential and insightful voices in UK and global healthcare. Roy Lilley will interview him at the Kings Fund with the usual mix of irreverence and informality, and you can expect to hear some hidden revelations, no doubt.

    Huge anticipated demand means that you should book early for what is certain to be a very popular event.

    HealthChat with Simon Stevens

    As the new Big Beast at the head of NHS England in succession to Sir David Nicholson, Simon Stevens has a huge challenge to meet.

    Roy Lilley will interview Simon at the Kings Fund on the evening of 10th September in what is a genuine ‘not to be missed’ event.

    As the late, great Freddie Laker was fond of saying; “book early!”.


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