Supporting collaboration & innovation in emergency services
We understand how challenging it can be for emergency service senior leaders to find the time to learn and connect with peers and industry partners at the best of times. Add to that one of the most demanding and difficult periods in the sector’s history, and opportunities to find new solutions to drive transformational change have been few and far between.
Blue Light Partnership Network is a unique networking and shared learning event, bringing together 100+ emergency service leaders and the sector’s most transformational suppliers to connect, collaborate and learn around transformation and innovation. Over 2 days, delegates have the opportunity to collaborate and share ideas with their peers as well as take targeted meetings with innovative suppliers.
Our bespoke events are designed to offer attendees the chance to network and attend targeted meetings to uncover innovative solutions to evolving challenges in the sector.
I need to make myself available to learn what other trusts are doing, while being present in my own trust.Lisa EmeryCIORoyal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
I believe it is incumbent upon all of us as senior health leaders to offer strategic direction, that goes without saying. But we also need to amplify curiosity, agility and a passion to improve, fostering commitment in the art of the possible.Jonathan LofthouseSite CEOKing's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
The only thing that’s going to be constant now is change. Trusts and staff need to be ready for whatever the future brings and sharing best practice between trusts, safely, is an important part of the solution.James DevineCEOMedway NHS Foundation Trust
As NHS trusts, the need to collaborate and learn from each other has never been stronger. But neither has our need to reduce unnecessary social interaction as a society.Paul BythewayChief Operating OfficerUniversity Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Foundation Trust
Events like the Healthcare Partnership Network are really important in bringing together senior leaders both from the industry and from the NHS, because you can start to see the connections that people are making. There’s a lot of synergy and energy around being able to look at a product a company has to offer and being able to relate that to what happens in the NHS.Paula HeadChief ExecutiveUniversity Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust