Party conference schedule 2022 The Health Foundation will be holding multiple fringe events and partnering with other organisations to have a presence on their panels

1 August 2022

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  • Labour Party Conference: 25–29 September 2022, the ACC, ECL and the Pullman Hotel (Liverpool)
  • Conservative Party Conference: 2–5 October 2022, the ICC (Birmingham)
  • Scottish National Party Conference: 8–10 October, The Event Complex Aberdeen (Aberdeen) 

The Health Foundation will be organising and supporting a number of fringe events at this year’s Labour, Conservative and Scottish National Party conferences, to take place in Liverpool, Birmingham and Aberdeen respectively. 

Our speakers will debate a range of topics including NHS and social care reform, the role of devolved authorities in improving health and the links between good jobs and good health. 

Labour Party Conference

In partnership with the Institute for Government.


  • Emma Norris (Chair), Director of Research at the Institute for Government
  • Wes Streeting MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
  • Anita Charlesworth, Director of Research and REAL Centre at the Health Foundation

In partnership with the Institute for Public Policy Research


Conservative Party Conference

In partnership with the Institute for Government.


In partnership with Policy Exchange


Scottish National Party Conference


  • Phillip Whyte (Chair), Director at Institute for Public Policy Research Scotland
  • Humza Yousaf MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Care in the Scottish Government

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