Events and webinars Past and upcoming events and webinars from the Health Foundation
The Health Foundation holds a variety of events, bringing practitioners and policy makers together to discuss topics and issues impacting on health and health care. Many are invitation only and held under Chatham House Rules, providing a safe space for discussion.
Webinars and event videos
Our webinars and live streams are accessible to all. They will be listed on this page of our website, and also in our newsletter.
Exhibitions and conferences
We attend several key industry exhibitions and conferences where you can come and talk with members of staff and pick up our publications.
Our events and webinars
On Thursday 11 March, our panel will unpick and critically assess the major proposals set out in the government's February White Paper on NHS and Care.
The ONS Health Index not only measures how healthy people are today but also looks at the wider social and economic circumstances that will influence our ability to live healthy lives in the future.
To launch Build Back Fairer: The COVID-19 Marmot Review, the Health Foundation and the UCL Institute for Health Equity (IHE) jointly hosted a webinar on Tuesday 15 December 2020.
Catch up on this Health Foundation webinar, analysing the key headlines from the government's November Spending Review and their implications for health and social care funding.
Catch up on the inaugural REAL Challenge Lecture by Sir Andrew Dilnot in which he outlined how some key challenges in health and social care are exacerbated by a short-termist approach and why longer-...
The Health Foundation has launched the COVID-19 impact inquiry, a UK-wide inquiry exploring the pandemic's implications for health and health inequalities. Find out more by catching up with this onlin...
Hosted by the Health Foundation's Q community, this webinar is delivered in partnership with the NHS Confederation and the AHSN Network as part of the NHS Reset campaign.
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a huge impact on our society and economy but what are the implications for the nation’s health and how might it affect health inequalities?