International Practitioner Health Summit 2024




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The Wounded Healer - Thursday 27th - Friday 28th June 2024

30 Euston Square, London, OR Virtual, Online


Hybrid Conference: Book to attend either in-person or access the main stream & stream A virtually 

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NHS Practitioner Health in association with the Workforce Specialist Service in Scotland and the Canopi service in Wales, are pleased to announce the International Practitioner Health Summit 2024 which will focus on a new hope for workforce wellbeing and solutions for the future.

We are aware that the last few years have created intolerable pressures on staff, but also that many people have been focused on interventions and support to make a difference to the work experience of those in health and care settings. This two day CPD certified conference will focus on a new hope for workforce wellbeing and solutions for the future.  We will be joined by a range of speakers and organisations who understand the challenges and impact of poor mental health and have been at the forefront of identifying and making changes to improve their own or the wider workforce wellbeing.

Open to all healthcare professionals, this hybrid CPD certified conference will welcome delegates from across the world attending face to face and remotely. 


Speakers Include:

Dr Helen Garr
Medical Director
NHS Practitioner Health Programme

Dr Zaid Al-Najjar
Medical Director
NHS Practitioner Health

Dr Kim Daybell
Two-time Paralympian
Doctor, Barking, Havering And Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
Ambassador, Poland's Syndrome UK (PIP UK)

Dame Robina Shah 
Professor of Medical Education and Psycho Social Medicine MBChB Programme
Member NHS England General Assembly
Member NHS England Health Inequalities Improvement Board

Fatima Khan-Shah
Inclusivity Champion, Convener, Programme Lead for Unpaid Carers and Personalised Care
West Yorkshire Race Equality Network

Dr Hannah Saitch
Anaesthetist and overall women's winner of Ironman Wales 2022

Prof Mala Rao OBE
Director, Ethnicity and Health Unit and Senior Clinical Fellow Department of Primary Care and Public Health Imperial College London

Getting to the Venue


30 Euston Square, London NW1 2FB, United Kingdom

By Rail: 

30 Euston Square is just 1-minute walk from London Euston and 7-10 minutes from Kings Cross and St Pancras International train stations. London Euston is accessed directly via London Underground’s Victoria and Northern lines. Take the Circle, Hammersmith & City or metropolitan lines for Euston Square tube station.

By Road:

The venue is easily found just outside of the Congestion Charge Zone and is served by a number of nearby car parks that can be seen on our interactive map.30 Euston Square sites next to the A501 - a main artery serving much of North.

Fee Options:

NHS, Schools, Care and Public Sector - £340.00 - (£408.00)

Virtual, Online

NHS, Schools, Care and Public Sector - £250.00 - (£300.00)

(Prices in brackets include VAT)


Additional delegate discount:

A discount of 15% will be applied to fees for any extra delegates.


In Partnership with:

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Chosen Charity:

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To view our 2022 conference - The Wounded Healer Hope and Healing beyond Covid-19 click here

Published: Apr 27, 2023