The next in our series of webinars on MES Declare takes places on Tuesday 20th August at 11am. MES Declare is our solution for managing declarations of interest as set out by NHS England guidelines.
Hot off the heels of our recent Challenge 2020: Engagement and Experience conference, the next event in our Partner Programme will be MES Live – Leeds in July.
We will be holding four MES Declare user groups this year, in two batches and at different locations around the country. Our first batch will be held this May in London and Leeds, with our second batch taking place in the autumn in Bristol and Birmingham. We will be making use of the offices of our new parent company, Civica, as we look to broaden our geographic presence.
As previously mentioned, our annual ‘Challenge 2020: engagement and experience’ conference returns on Tuesday 21st May, and we are delighted to announce our main speakers. They are Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, Dr Neil Churchill and Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards.
Our first event of this year’s Partner Programme will be MES Live – Manchester in March, where we’ll be focusing on engaging with the seldom heard.
The final event in our 2018 Partner Programme will be MES Live – Newcastle, where we’ll be focusing on effective comms and engagement, and member profiling.
The next event in our 2018 Partner Programme will be MES Live – Birmingham, where we’ll be focusing on Foundation Trust memberships: what the future holds, how other Trusts approach engagement, and how best to meaningfully engage.
Hot off the heels of our recent Challenge 2020: Engagement in Action conference, the next event in our Partner Programme will be MES Live – Leeds.
Thursday 10th May, 10.30am – 3.30pm – MES Declare User Group, London: This event is for users of our MES Declare system (for managing conflicts of interest) and will focus on ideas ahead of the release of version 3.
Wednesday 18th April, 11am – 12pm – Webinar, ‘Turnout and Behaviours in NHS Foundation Trust Elections’: Last November, MES and Electoral Reform Services published the follow up to their 2011 report on membership engagement and electoral behaviour in the FT sector. Here, we’ll take you through the findings and offer our thoughts.