Magazine article Public Finance

Events

Magazine article Public Finance

Events

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Send details of your events to e.lawton@publicfinance.co.uk

September

* SEPTEMBER 11

CBI forum - The NHS: healthier at 65? New commissioning, new markets, new economics

Speakers include: Health minister Ben Bradshaw; Mark Britnell, director of commissioning and system reform, Department of Health; John Cridland, deputy director general, CBI; Bernard Crump, chief executive, NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement; Andrew Donald, chief operating officer, Birmingham East and North PCT; and shadow health secretary Andrew Lansley

London

Tel: Nikki lnsley

020 7324 4357

* SEPTEMBER 24

CIPFA course - Technical developments in adult social care finance

Speakers include: John Bolton, director of strategic finance, social care, local government and care partnerships, Department of Health; Paul Carey-Kent, deputy county treasurer, Hampshire County Council; and Caroline Marsh, director of adult social care, Manchester City Council

London

Tel: Alex Goring

020 7543 5751

October

* OCTOBER 2

National Housing Federation conference - Tackling homelessness: prevention and partnerships

Speakers include: Terrie Alafat, director, housing strategy and support directorate, Department for Communities and Local Government; Jean Templeton, chief executive, St Basils Housing Association; Winston Brown, housing options development manager, London Borough of Lambeth; Chris Hampson, strategy and operations director, Look Ahead Housing and Care; Chris Reed, head of care and support, Three Rivers Housing Association; and Jo Gunner, national homelessness co-ordinator, YMCA

London

Tel: Business, Sales and Support

020 7067 1066

* OCTOBER 7

CIPFA Central Government Finance Conference 2008 - Delivering world-class performance

Chair: Curtis Juman, chair of the CIPFA Central Government Panel. …

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