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Fiona Phillips to Chair Future of Care Conference London 2020
The Future of Care Conference is pleased to announce that broadcaster and TV presenter, Fiona Phillips, has been confirmed as chair for the event on 3rd March 2020 at The King’s Fund, London.
The Conference is curated especially for care home owners, managers and leaders in the care industry with the aim to bring together the sector in the positive way.
Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from a carefully selected programme of industry speakers as well as participate in two subject related panel debates and three fireside chats. As chair Fiona Phillips will be guiding the panel debates and facilitating the talks and fireside chats.
An English journalist, broadcaster and TV presenter, Fiona Phillips began her career in independent radio as a reporter for local stations, before joining GMTV in 1993 as an entertainment correspondent. During her time with GMTV she was the main TV anchor and a regular guest presenter on ITV breakfast.
Fiona is a passionate campaigner for a number of national charities and an ambassador for Age UK, The Alzheimer Society, Alzheimer Research, UK Carers UK, The Prince’s Trust and Mind.
Conference topics include person-centred systems of social care, fixing the funding challenges, diversity and inclusion, strategies for the future of care and much more. Respected speakers from NHS Confederation, Care Quality Commission, Care England, Alzheimer’s Society, British Geriatrics Society and Care UK will be sharing their experience and knowledge.
View the full programme including speaker profiles and book online at www.futureofcare.co.uk. The event is supported by platinum sponsor, everyLIFE technologies.
Take advantage of the super early bird rate and book your conference tickets by 13th December. To register for your tickets today, visit www.futureofcare.co.uk or call 01425 838393. Places at the conference are limited, so early booking is advised to avoid disappointment.