Department of Health Brexit update

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6 July 2018 -
9:45am to 12:00pm

On Friday 6 July 2018, NICVA will host a Department of Health event to provide an update and opportunity for discussion on matters relating to Brexit and its impact on the health and social care sector.

Since we last hosted the Department of Health in autumn as part of NICVA’s series of Departmental Brexit roundtable events, the Department has identified the following EU Exit priorities for health and social care:

  • Health and social care workforce - mobility, recruitment, retention and professional regulation;
  • Cross-border healthcare and access to healthcare in other EU states post-Brexit;
  • Funding issues - replacement for EU structural funds and access to European Competitive funds; and
  • Financial risks

With the EU Exit date of March 2019 approaching, this event will provide a further opportunity for organisations from across the sector to hear an overview of progress on preparation for Brexit by the Department of Health, and to discuss emerging issues and concerns.

Early registration is strongly advised to avoid disappointment. Registration will be confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis.

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