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SOS NHS Conference 2022: End the NHS Crisis
November 12 - 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
We believe that an SOS NHS Conference in 2022 will be a vital opportunity to bring together and mobilise key campaigners and all NHS supporters to create a solid and actionable vision to save our NHS.
The NHS is failing, not because of inherent flaws, but because the Government wants it to fail. Neither the new Prime Minister Liz Truss, the Health and Care Act, or Jeremy Hunt’s recent proposals for ‘virtual wards’ will deliver what we need. We demand a health and care service fit for all – and we invite you to play a part in winning just that.
Please note: This event will be a hybrid event both in person and online. To access the registration code for the online event please buy the appropriate ticket.
IMPORTANT: If you register for online access only, you will have to scroll to the bottom of your confirmation email to find your Zoom registration link. You’ll find it under ‘About your tickets’.
Speakers so far include:
- Dr Tony O’Sullivan – Co-chair Keep Our NHS Public
- Mike Forster – Chair of Health Campaigns Together
- Dr Andrew Meyerson – A&E Doctor
- Kate Osborne MP – Labour Party
- Dr Sonia Adesara – NHS Doctor and member of Keep Our NHS Public
- Holly Turner – Nurse and co-founder of NHS Workers Say No
- Ian Hodson – President of BFAWU
- Holly Johnston – Nurse and activist
- Alia Butt – NHS Psychologist & Chair of NHS Staff Voices
- Helen O’Connor – GMB organiser and NHS activist
- Michael Mansfield QC – Chair People’s Covid Inquiry and human rights lawyer
- Unite speaker TBA
- UNISON speaker TBA
And many more TBA!
Covid: We’ll be doing everything we can to keep the in person meeting as Covid safe as we can. However, if you exhibit any of the common symptoms of Covid please do not attend this event. If you’re unsure what this means please click here.
If you’ve already registered for the conference and will be symptomatic on the day of the conference, please get in touch with us immediately and let us know if you’re unable to come and would like a refund. To do so, please email: [email protected]
The London Irish Centre is wheelchair-accessible.
Nearest Tube stations:
Camden Town Northern Line (15 min walk)
Kentish Town Northern Line (15 min walk)
Nearest Overground: Camden Road (10 min walk)
Nearest Buses: 253, 274, 29
For those arriving at London Euston, Camden Town Underground Station is 2 stops away on the Northern Line (allow 15 mins). For those arriving at London Kings Cross-St Pancras, Camden Town is 3 stops away on the Northern Line (allow 18 mins). For those arriving at London Paddington, Camden Town is one stop on the Elizabeth Line to Tottenham Court Road, then change onto the Northern Line for another 4 stops (allow 25 mins).
We will be providing teas and coffees – there are numerous places for lunch around Camden Road and Camden Town stations nearby.
If you registered for an online ticket only you will be sent a registration link directly to your email address.
If you want to find out more about campaigning work to save the NHS please visit: sosnhs.org