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FW: NHS challenged to make savings

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Adam Oliver <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 4 Jun 2010 11:00:12 +0100

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The following is quite interesting, isn't it? In our new era of public
sector spending constraint, a private organization is charging (or
trying to charge) public sector workers several hundred pounds a day to
listen to predominantly public sector workers? 

Or am I still in bed, asleep? 


-----Original Message-----
From: Danielle Meiners [mailto:[log in to unmask]] 
Sent: 04 June 2010 10:23
To: Oliver,AJ
Subject: NHS challenged to make savings

Sustainability in the NHS: Reducing Carbon, Enhancing Health
- Tuesday June 29th 2010, Grange Holborn Hotel, London, 09:10 - 16:25 
(Click here to view the agenda:
http://insidegovernment.msgfocus.com/c/13fUUTZmpIxyjaQCj)

Dear Adam Oliver,

According to a report released last week by Cambridge Econometrics, the
UK could miss its 2020 European renewable energy target of 15% and a
goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 34%.

Despite looking like it will meet its first two carbon budgets up to
2017, the UK may not meet it's third budget unless the new coalition
government starts implementing strong policies promoting renewable
energy and energy efficiency. 

This informative forum will offer delegates the opportunity to discuss
what actions can be taken to ensure how health professionals can help
save money and make the NHS more economically and environmentally
efficient.

Hear from experts in the health sector who are implementing efficiency
strategies in the NHS. There will be opportunities to ask these leading
experts questions and to network with your fellow peers. 

This forum is aimed at a wide variety of professionals who are concerned
with savings within the health sector.

Places are already limited so book now!

Secure your place today by going directly to our online booking form
(http://insidegovernment.msgfocus.com/c/13fUXccxiYooB3MGK call Danielle
Meiners for free on 0845 666 0664.

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CONFIRMED AGENDA SPEAKERS AND TOPICS

09:30 Morning Chair's Welcome Address 
- Tess Gill, Commissioner for Health, Sustainable Development Commission


09:40 Fit for the Future: Working Towards a Sustainable NHS
- Ruth Passman, Senior Health Policy Adviser, Department of Health

10:00 Carbon Efficiency to Reduce Cost, Reduce Energy and Hit Target
- Sam Lumb, Climate Change Manager, Environment Agency

10:20 Using Innovation and New Technologies to Drive Efficiency, Reduce
Carbon and Improve Quality
- Chris Wilber, Director of Infrastructure, NHS Technology Office, NHS
Connecting for Health 

11:00 Question and Answer Session

11:20 Coffee and Networking

11:40 Procuring for Carbon Reduction (P4CR) 
- David Wathey, Head of Sustainable Procurement, Department of Health 

12:00 Delivering a Sustainable Food Service
- John Hughes, Catering manager, City Campus, Nottingham University
Hospitals

12:20 Question and Answer Session

12:35 Lunch and Networking

Afternoon Chair's Welcome Address 
- Alan Short, Professor of Architecture, Cambridge University

13:35 Driving Efficiency through Sustainability
- Sonia Roschnik, Operational Director, NHS Sustainable Development Unit


13:55 Maximising the Efficiency and the Commercial Potential of Your
Estate Whilst also Reducing Your Carbon Emission
- Robert Heavisides, Chair, Health Facilities Consortium & Director of
Facilities, Milton Keynes Hospital NHS Foundation

14:15 Improving the Patient Experience and Reducing Energy Costs through
Design
- Peter Maxwell, Head of Enabling for Public Buildings, CABE

14:35 Questions and Answers Session

14:50 Coffee Break and Networking

15:10 Energy and Environmental Management in Cardiff and Vale University
Health Board 
- Jonathan McGarrigle, Environment Manager, Cardiff and the Vale NHS
Trust 

15:30 Reducing, Re-using and Recycling: Experiences from South
Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
- Digby Gould, Estates Manager, South Staffordshire and Shropshire
Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 

15:50 Driving Cost and Carbon Efficiencies - Grey Fleet Opportunities
for the NHS
- Senior representative, Office of Government Commerce (OGC) 

16:10 Questions and Answers Session

16:25 Chair's Summary and Close

Secure your place today by going directly to our online booking form
(http://insidegovernment.msgfocus.com/c/13fUZupIcefeSWILb call Danielle
Meiners on 0845 666 0664

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Book now to confirm your place at this event, there are only a few
spaces left! 

For further information, please email
[log in to unmask] or alternatively please call
0845 666 0664. 

Yours Sincerely,

Danielle Meiners
Inside Government

PS - Please could you also pass on this email to anyone within your
organisation who may be interested in attending.

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Links:

About Inside Government
(http://insidegovernment.msgfocus.com/c/13fV1MCT5u65aPEPC)

Online booking form 
(http://insidegovernment.msgfocus.com/c/13fV44Q3YJWVsIAU3)

Download a booking form
(http://insidegovernment.msgfocus.com/c/13fV6n3eRZNLKBwYu)

Venues
(http://insidegovernment.msgfocus.com/c/13fV8FgpLfEC2ut2V)

Contact us  
( http://insidegovernment.msgfocus.com/c/13fVdfGLxLmiCglbN)
 

Govnet 2010. Inside Government is a division of Govnet Communications
(which is the trading name of Partnership Media Group). Partnership
Media Group is a company registered within England and Wales with
company number 3307092. VAT Registered. Number 686 2779 74.
  

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