Ambulance Leadership Forum

alf-logoALF 2017 addresses the challenging times facing the NHS ambulance service

This year’s Ambulance Leadership Forum (ALF), hosted and run by the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives, was held at Chesford Grange in Warwickshire on 7-8 Feb 2017.

This high-level conference and networking event was open to all with an interest in pre-hospital urgent and emergency care – clinicians and senior managers through to directors and board members of NHS and associated healthcare bodies.

You can recap the ALF Agenda here, and download the speakers’ presentations here.

Once again ALF proved to be a resounding success, and full report of proceedings will be available on this website soon.

Over 200 delegates heard from a wide range of inspired and high quality speakers – and those wishing to reflect on the keynote presentations can download them here.

Day One saw plenary conference sessions in the traditional format, while Day Two offered a choice of three concurrent conference and workshop streams – with twelve sessions focused on the most topical issues and challenges facing UK ambulance services today.

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Dates for ALF 2018 announced

Next year’s Ambulance Leadership Forum will be held on 20 and 21 March, 2018. Reserve the date in your diary now.



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