On 13th November 2013 NHS England’s Medical Director, Professor Sir Bruce Keogh published the first report of the Urgent and Emergency Care Review. Transforming urgent and emergency care services in England has set out the case for creating high quality care for all, now and for future generations.

The current demands on A&E departments in England have been growing over the last 10 years: attendances at all types of urgent and emergency care facilities have risen by one million. With ever increasing demand and expectations creating a sustainable future for emergency care is of paramount importance.

The review in essence highlighted key ways to alleviate pressure on services whilst not compromising the fundamental principles on which the NHS was founded. With this in mind we are pleased to present Assessing the Reforms to Urgent and Emergency Care. This intimate and informative policy-led event will take an in-depth examination of the progress being made in delivering the reforms as outlined in the review while also shedding a light on the future of urgent and emergency care

Booking for this event has now closed.