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Events Update | What a fantastic year!

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The King's Fund Ideas that change health care

Events update: December 2015

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Dear ,

We've had an incredible year at the Fund, and would like to thank you all for being a part of it.

In this month's update, we've included highlights from 2015, which contain audio and video content, and an insight into what's coming up next year. We hope to see you again soon!

Have a wonderful Christmas, and a very happy New Year.

Kind regards,

Louisa Sidery Signature

Louisa Sidery
Head of Events

The King's Fund

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Encouraging staff wellbeing in health and care

Interactive seminar led by experts in staff wellbeing strategies. Full programme >  

Integrating care throughout the patient's surgical journey

Discounts available for members of our four conference partners. Details >

Commissioning person-centred care for vulnerable groups: what role does pharmacy play?

With keynote speaker, Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP.
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Moving towards place-based systems of care

With keynote speaker: Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England. Book now > 

Joining up physical and mental health care

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