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The events of the past two years have changed the events landscape. At The King's Fund, we understand that different audiences have different needs. With your ideas and recommendations, we've reshaped The King's Fund events and developed multiple formats to make the content as accessible as possible. 

Virtual conferences (each running over four half-days)

Avoid the cost of travel and join an online community of health and care leaders from the comfort of your own home or workplace. Explore high-quality content in detail, discuss challenges and opportunities live with experts and work through what's on offer at your own pace. See our virtual conferences >

In-person conferences

Join us in person to connect with peers from across health and social care. Personalise your event agenda with a selection of breakout sessions, put your questions to our keynote speakers and enjoy informal networking and exhibition breaks. See upcoming in-person conferences >

Free online events (one hour)

Don't have much time? Join us for a short discussion between expert panelists. Submit your questions to the speakers and interact via polls. Watch live or catch up on demand in your lunch break, while you're out for a walk or after work. See our free online events >

Workshops (three hours)

Learn about key topics through facilitated and peer-based group discussion. Delivered virtually by our learning and organisational development experts, each session provides relevant insights and frameworks, alongside live case studies to ensure real-world relevance and application. Find out more here >

Virtual conferences (each running over four half-days)

Find out about our upcoming virtual conferences below and you can see all our past events here

Integrated care in practice: ensuring systems deliver for people, places and populations

Integrated care in practice: ensuring systems deliver for people, places and populations

Join us as we share the vision and journey of established ICSs and explore how place-based partnerships, newly established relationships and systems leadership can deliver a step change in health and wellbeing outcomes in population health.

Mon 23 May –Thu 26 May


£60 - £355 + VAT

Community is the best medicine

Community is the best medicine

Join us at our virtual conference to explore how communities and health and care services can work together to make an impact on health and wellbeing outcomes. 

Mon 6 June –Thu 9 June


£60 - £355 + VAT

Thinking differently about commissioning

Thinking differently about commissioning

Join experts to explore key developments in health and care commissioning, and assess how commissioning is shaping in 2022 and beyond.

Mon 11 July –Thu 14 July


£60 - £355 + VAT

In-person conferences

Find out more about our upcoming in-person conferences below.

Join us on Tuesday 28 June for General practice: sharing the challenges and shaping the future.

General practice: sharing the challenges and shaping the future

Join peers and experts in person to explore what the future of general practice looks like and how the experience for patients and staff can be improved.

Programme available to view now.

Tues 28 June 2022


£115 - £520 + VAT

Digital health and care congress 2022. Join us on Tuesday 11 October.

Digital health and care congress 2022

Join us in October to explore how data insights and technology are being used to improve care, access and user experience.

Full programme available soon.

Tues 11 October 2022


£125 - £570 + VAT

Tenth annual leadership and workforce summit: bringing our humanity to work; implications, challenges and practice

Tenth annual leadership and workforce summit

The Tenth annual leadership and workforce summit provides an established forum for health and care leaders to come together to share their leadership and workforce challenges 

Full programme available soon.

Wed 5 October 2022


£200 - £460 + VAT (early-bird)

Free online events (one hour)

Take a look at our upcoming free online events. You can also catch up with our past online events here. 

Workshops (three hours)

Take a look at our upcoming workshops. You can also see our range of leadership development courses here.

Catch up with our past events

Catch up with our latest online events below, or see all our past events here

Using digital technology to transform care pathways

Using digital technology to transform care pathways

At this free online event, we explored national strategy for virtual services and pathway redesign, with a focus on virtual dermatology services through the lens of NHSX's national teledermatology investment programme. 

Freedom from failure: heart failure through the lens of population health

Freedom from failure: heart failure through the lens of population health

At this free online event, we considered how heart failure is a growing population health problem and explored the solutions to help overcome the challenges this condition presents.

Online event 'Preparing staff for the digital NHS of the future'. Watch on demand now.

Preparing staff for the digital NHS of the future

In this online event we heard the practical, tangible benefits AI technology brings for NHS staff and explored how data analytics can transform every aspect of health care.


Transforming care for people with long-term conditions: the role of partnership working

This online event explored how partnership working across health care organisations can help secure good-quality, person-centred care for people with long-term conditions.

Contact details

Booking enquiries

If you’d like to make a booking enquiry for our conferences or free online events, please email Anna Viralainen at

Work with us

If you're interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at a conference, running an event in partnership with The King's Fund, would like to commission The King's Fund to carry out some work, or you would like to find out more about our corporate partnership opportunities, please email Danielle Roche at

Frequently asked questions

The King's Fund is an independent charitable organisation working to improve health and care in England. Our events are a key source of income, and this income enables us to continue with our charitable objectives

The cost of running a virtual conference is similar to that of a physical event. Although a virtual conference has fewer room hire and catering costs, in order to produce a high-quality event, we still need to pay the costs for the technical supplier, support and developing the platform. With some sessions taking place in our building, we do have to cover some venue costs. We also have a team of dedicated events professionals, content experts, digital, marketing and finance support that work on these events.  

Any profit that is made from these events goes directly towards achieving our strategic priorities. You can find out more about how we are funded here

Yes. Please select your tickets and once you're through to the registration form on Eventbrite, you can amend the 'payment method' from credit card to 'pay by invoice'.

Please note, there is a £20 + VAT surcharge to cover the cost of processing invoices. This is in addition to the ticket price and will be added to your invoice. There is no charge for paying by debit or credit card.

We offer a limited number of bursary places for people with lived experience to ensure a balance of voices in the room. To apply for a bursary place please email us a short paragraph explaining why you wish to attend.

We offer a group booking discount against full priced tickets if booked through the same order, for three or more delegates of the same organisation. Please email us at to take advantage of this offer. 

  • 3-4 delegates: 10%
  • 5-6 delegates: 15%
  • 7+ delegates: 20%

Cancellations confirmed in writing more than 14 days before the event will be refunded in full. We regret that no refund can be made after that date. However, tickets are transferable. Please email us at or call us on 020 7307 2556 to cancel or transfer your ticket. On completion of the confirmed booking, the delegate and their supporting organisation are liable for the fees for the event (regardless of whether payment has been made).

If you have other accessibility requirements you would like to discuss, please email us at We will also ask you for this information during the registration process.

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