BLPN

SPEAKERS

  • Clare Chambers

    Chief Digital Officer
    Northamptonshire Police, Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service

  • Nicola Haywood-Alexander

    Chief Digital Information Officer
    Lincolnshire Police

  • Phil Loach

    Chief Fire Officer
    West Midlands Fire Service

  • Jason Killens

    Chief Executive
    Welsh Ambulance Service

  • Wayne Brown

    Deputy Chief Fire Officer
    West Midlands Fire and Rescue

  • Ian Bell

    Chief Executive
    Police Digital Service

  • Abigail Harrison

    Chief Information Officer
    North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust

  • Patrick Goulbourne

    Assistant Commissioner
    London Fire Brigade

  • Andrew Hendry

    Chief Digital Information Officer
    Police Scotland

  • Robert Ewin

    Head of Learning and Development
    Cumbria Constabulary

  • James Gray

    Chief Financial Officer
    Police Scotland

  • Jill Lanham

    Director of Digital
    South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

  • Mark Docherty

    Executive Director of Nursing and Clinical Commissioning
    West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

  • Nick Skipworth

    Director of Intelligence
    Bedfordshire Police

  • Angela Feeney

    Director of Corporate Services
    Avon Fire and Rescue Service

  • Nick Mernock

    Director of people and Organisational Development
    Merseyside Fire and Rescue

  • Charlotte Nutter

    Head of People
    Cumbria Constabulary

  • James Dryden

    Head of Information
    South West Ambulance Service

  • Claus Madsen

    Associate Director of Education and Organisational Development
    Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Blue Light Partnership Network brings together the most inspirational leaders and transformational suppliers in emergency services to share cutting-edge insight, knowledge and experience. Our agenda is carefully curated to address the most relevant and emerging challenges in the sector.

LGPN 2021 THEMES

Workforce, skills & wellbeing

2020 has been an incredibly challenging year for staff across the NHS. The wider global context has also bought with it vital discussions around diversity. It’s vital that the sector comes together to understand how healthcare workers from all backgrounds can be developed and uplifted in such trying times. Our speakers will be exploring:

AI & RPA

The pressure of the pandemic has seen many healthcare organisations make massive strides in automation they may never have thought possible. Next-level AI and RPA programmes have been deployed at pace to ease growing demand on the healthcare system. Our speakers will be exploring:

Innovation & improvement

Continuous innovation and improvement in healthcare is vital no matter what the circumstances. But as external pressures shift and change, so much the sector’s approach to continuous improvement. Our speakers will be exploring:

Telehealth & virtual care models

COVID has shown us what is possible when it comes to delivering care virtually – and it’s vital to consider what we can learn from this and carry forward into the future. Whether technology, process or care-driven, the conversation around virtual care is evolving. Our speakers will be exploring: