Webinar: The Future of the NHS - a cross sector perspective
Please apply now to secure your spot on this live webinar. Sign up as usual using your WIG account, an invitation to register on the webinar platform confirming your place will be sent out a week ahead of the session. WIG members are guaranteed a place by applying to attend.
We are delighted to invite you to this panel event, bringing together senior cross-sector stakeholders from the WIG membership, to share their thoughts on what’s next for the NHS at this crucial juncture.
Join us live for your opportunity to:
- Hear how organisations across the sectors can support health & social care provision across the UK as we look towards 2021.
- Discuss challenges such as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, future funding, and supply chain dynamics outside of the EU.
- Pose your questions to our expert speakers.
Prof. Amanda Howe OBE FRCGP
PresidentRoyal College of General Practitioners
Amanda Howe qualified as MRCGP in 1983, has worked as a GP since 1984, and currently practices at Bowthorpe Surgery in Norwich. She is also Professor of Primary Care at the University of East Anglia. She has a wealth of experience within RCGP, where she has previously held the positions of Vice Chair of Professional Development and Honorary Secretary. She is a Board member of the East Anglia Faculty and was their Provost 2016-2019. She is also the immediate past President of WONCA – the World Organisation of Family Doctors – in which role she learned how crucial the role of GPs is to running effective and efficient health systems. Amanda has a substantive track record in educational innovation and research, and has led the GP teaching for the Norwich based MB BS since its inception. She is passionate about enhancing training opportunities for medical students and young doctors outside hospital settings to strengthen patient care in community settings. Her research interests include mental health, professionalism and resilience, and effective empowerment of patients and professionals in care, education and research. Her wish as President is to bring her experience to support members, and continue our learning together.