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The NHS as an anchor institution

The webinar will explore the NHS as an anchor organisation, and how the NHS can influence economic conditions that determine the very basis of health in the UK. Sarah Reed, Author of ‘The NHS as an anchor – taking forward the long term plan’ will discuss the opportunities to release this potential and the support required to make this successful and impactful.
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