** Register to attend ALF – 6 & 7 September 2022 **
The next annual Ambulance Leadership Forum will be held on 6-7 September 2022, at the Jurys Inn, Hinckley Island, Leicestershire.
Women in Leadership Seminar – Sept 5
Immediately prior to ALF, we look forward to hosting the second Women in Leadership Seminar, on the afternoon of Monday 5th Sept – a half day workshop to follow up on key issues raised at the first Women in Leadership meeting held online in March 2022.
It will feature guided discussions, debate and inspirational women leaders from within ambulance services and wider healthcare. Registrations can now be made through Ambulance Trust Lead Bookers, although delegate spaces are limited to 7 per AACE member Trust.
Ambulance Leadership Forum – Sept 6 & 7
Once again the spotlight will be firmly on the challenges facing UK ambulance services to meet and improve clinical outcomes, set against the backdrop of intense demand across health services now operating in the revised landscape of ICSs.
The core topics for ALF 2022 will again align with AACE’s three strategic priorities: supporting trusts to become providers of choice; employers of choice; and partners of choice.
ALF Day 1
On the first day of ALF we look forward to hearing from NHSE CEO Amanda Pritchard as well as Chris Hopson, Chief Strategy Officer at NHSE, and Saffron Cordery, Deputy Chief Executive at NHS Providers. We will have research presentations and thought provoking discussion focused on current opportunities and recent challenges.
The day will again be chaired by Lena Samuels and we look forward to first rate speakers, panel discussion and topical comment.
We are also inviting Abstract Submissions for presentation on Day 1. These presentations need to relate to service delivery and/or leadership within ambulance services and/or the paramedic profession – learn more about that here.
ALF Day 2
On our second day we are looking forward to hosting multiple conference streams during the morning. We will hear more of the NHS commitment to reduce the emissions we control directly (the NHS Carbon Footprint) to reach net zero by 2040, with an ambition to reach an 80% reduction by 2028 to 2032.
We will explore further initiatives around violence reduction, the support for Freedom to Speak Up Guardians and new initiatives to support successful implementation of ICSs, new patient pathways and new technology to support patient care….and much more.
We’ll continue to update this page as we confirm further details of what promises to be another first-class event.
In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding ALF 2022, please email ALF@aace.org.uk
Please also keep an eye out for updates on our Twitter at @AACE_org