The NHS Long Term Plan: Opportunities for the VCSE webinar

Date
Thursday, 9th May 2019
Time
1:00pm - 2:00pm

This online seminar is designed for voluntary sector organisations interested in health and wellbeing, to bring them up to speed with the latest developments in the NHS.

The NHS Long Term Plan was published in January 2019, setting out the vision for improving health and care over the next 10 years. Over the coming months, Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs) and Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) will be developing and implementing their own five year strategies to take forward the ambitions of the Plan in their areas. They are expected to engage with key stakeholders including the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector to determine what the Plan means for their areas and how services need to adapt and improve.

Brought to you by the VCSE Health and Wellbeing Alliance, this webinar will bring together NHS England and the voluntary sector to give an update on the Long Term Plan and the opportunities for the VCSE sector. We will explore:

  • Overview of the Long Term Plan – Matt Tagney, Programme Director, NHS Long Term Plan
  • What does the Plan mean for the VCSE? - Voluntary Partnerships team, NHS England and the Health & Wellbeing Alliance
  • Opportunity for questions

Register now to join live or catch up later and hear about future webinars from the VCSE Health & Wellbeing Alliance on engaging with the Long Term Plan. Once you have registered you will be sent an email with further details.

What is a webinar?

A webinar is an online seminar. You will usually need a computer that is connected to the internet, and a telephone. You will see PowerPoint slides presented on your computer screen, and there is usually an opportunity to type in a ‘chat’ box at the side of the screen if you have any questions. In order to hear the presenter and participants, you can either phone in to the meeting, or request that the meeting automatically phones you, which is free, even to a mobile. You hear the meeting audio over your phone, like a conference call, while watching your screen. You can usually ask questions or make comments if you want to, but you don’t have to if you want to just listen.