Why You Should Attend

2-3 December 2020 | Virtual event

Why attend

The Nursing Times Workforce Summit & Awards virtual event will attract over 250 attendees from across NHS, acute, community, mental health and independent healthcare providers. Join us at the summit to build your network, share challenges with your peers and be empowered to support your workforce.

Key reasons to attend the virtual summit:

  • Senior leaders – hear from some of the country’s most senior nursing and midwifery leaders so you can better understand and plan how to address workforce challenges in your organisation
  • Award-winning work – learn more from our award winners with case studies that we often run out of time to explore at the live event
  • More discussion and debate – benefit from thought-provoking discussion panels with advice and guidance that can better support your workforce planning and management
  • Content in more depth – each day will focus on a key content theme – recruitment and retention on day one and workforce development on day two
  • Content at your convenience – watch live to engage with speakers in real-time or catch up on-demand with anything you’ve missed
  • Excellent networking opportunities – your peers are attending the summit from a wide range of organisations across the country, giving you a unique opportunity to meet virtually with nurse leaders and work collaboratively to solve common challenges
  • An easy to access platform – our team will be available to guide you through the platform and get to the content you want. Access to the platform is also available for longer, allowing you to grow your connections before and after the event
  • Flexibility – the chance to attend our events from the comfort of your own home, without the travel costs


Book your place at the virtual summit by Friday 6 November to save £50:

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Our advisory board of experts have said:

In too many areas and specialities, the nursing workforce is overstretched and struggling to cope with demand

Dr Sarah Wollaston MP, Chair, House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee, Nursing Workforce Inquiry

66% of trusts say workforce is the most pressing challenge

Statistics from NHS Providers, November , 2017

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