PIF is supporting The King's Fund virtual event on health inequalities.

The two-day conference, which runs from 8-9 May, is an chance to explore new approaches to service delivery, focusing on patient-centred care and staff recognition. 

Delegates will be able to engage in dynamic discussions on improving patient and staff experiences, successful interventions, and strategic initiatives to reduce health inequalities. 

Key questions and session highlights

  • What role does administration play in enhancing patient experience and reducing inequalities in health and care?
  • What is the role and potential of population health academies in supporting practical efforts to improve population health?
  • How are strategies evolving to reduce health inequalities at regional, integrated care system, and local levels?
  • What are the priorities for addressing major risk factors to promote healthier and longer lives?

Bursary places

The King’s Fund is providing a fixed number of complimentary passes for people with lived experience who have directly encountered challenges related to health inequalities.

The aim is to ensure a balance of voices in the room. 

To apply for a bursary place, email [javascript protected email address]

The email should include a short paragraph expressing your interest in attending and elaborating on how your personal experience relates to the theme of the event and why it matters to you.

Find out more

Join the conversation on social media using #KFHealthInequalities.

See more event details and register via The King's Fund website here.