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Challenge, change and champion for better health and care

Apply for one of 30 fully subsidised places by the 8th October.

20-23 November, Towers Hotel, Swansea

Apply by the 8th October 2023

Application form estimated completion time 10 minutes.

Did you come away from the Bevan Commission Conference ‘The Tipping Point: where next for health and care?’  with some great ideas for change?  Or do you have some innovation challenges of your own you need help to work through ?

If so, then apply today for one of 30 fully subsidised places on our residential Innovation Intensive Learning Week 20-23 November 2023, Towers Hotel, Swansea.

The Bevan Commission wants to continue to support the transformation urgently needed in such challenging times in health and social care. We believe that better and more prudent solutions will come from the workforce.

Innovation Intensive Learning Week gives you the opportunity to take time out to join like-minded peers and internationally recognised experts to develop innovative solutions to your own health and social care challenges. This residential week will enable you to return to your role with new insights, skills and prudent solutions to put into practice.

Through our varied and highly interactive programme, this four-day experience will draw upon the expertise of supporting over 350 Bevan Exemplars consolidated into 4 intensive days, including a mix of presentations, case-studies, discussion panels, group discussion sessions and tailored coaching.

Whether you are new to health and care or an experienced change-maker, this is your chance to prepare for 2024 and beyond. We are offering 30 fully subsidised places to health, social care and third sector workers (including accommodation), and all attendees will receive CPD accreditation.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to work alongside us to find the innovative and sustainable solutions we need for health and care in the future.

Application deadline 8th October 2023. Successful applicants will be informed shortly after this deadline.  

Subsidised places are available to those working in healthcare, social care and the third sector. Non-subsidised places are available through enquiry:


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