Book now to attend our National Rural Conference, (in association with the CCRI), in Cheltenham on 3rd & 4th September) here. The keynote speaker for the conference is the Rt Hon Lord Foster of Bath, Chair of the House of Lords Select Committee on the Rural Economy.
Demands are increasing on health and social care services across the UK, often as budgets are tightening. These circumstances, coupled with the distinctive difficulties rural healthcare providers face, make for a uniquely challenging environment. The pressure on hospitals in particular is unmanageable in the current context of healthcare supply and demand.
Now more than ever we need strong leadership and collaboration across the public sector to reduce demand on acute care services and deliver better health outcomes for more citizens.
But how should agencies across the public sector be working together to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow? How can citizens be empowered to better protect their own health?
This one-day event provided the opportunity to learn from some of the brightest minds in the health sector.
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The Rural Services Network (RSN) is a membership organisation devoted to safeguarding and improving services for rural communities across England. Over 260 organisations from a range of services are in full membership, including local authorities, public bodies, charities and voluntary groups. Many others are associate members. It is the only network to focus specifically on service provision in rural England. RSN exists to ensure that services delivered to communities in rural local authority areas are as strong and effective as possible and aims to provide a voice for rural areas.
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