Essex LPC Conference and AGM – Wednesday 23rd September 2020


Essex LPC Conference and AGM – Wednesday 23rd September 2020

July 9, 2020

Wednesday 23rd September 2020 – Essex LPC conference and AGM & Healthy Living Partnership Ltd AGM

The conference will be taking place via Zoom on Wednesday 23rd September from 6.45 pm, and the AGMs will take place from 8.15pm.

The speakers have been invited in response to committee and contractor requests.


6.45: Welcome and introduction, Bina Patel, LPC Chair and Karen Samuel-Smith, Chief Officer.

7.00pm: Ed Waller, Director for Primary Care Strategy and NHS Contracts, NHS England and NHS Improvement.

Ed will be talking about the strategy, but also responding to contractor questions that have been collated by LPC committee members in the last 2 weeks.

7.30pm: Professor David Wright, UEA, author of the Independent Review into Contractor Review and Representation

David will be talking about engagement in the review process, and why it is important that every single contractor takes part.

8.00pm: Q&A, reflections and next steps.

8.15pm: Annual General Meeting (contractors and nominated representatives only)

8.45pm: (approximately) Healthy Living Partnership Ltd Annual General Meeting (members only)


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