PUBLIC SECTOR: NHS body seeks parliamentary officer

The NHS Confederation is seeking to appoint a new parliamentary and public affairs officer after a recent audit revealed that members of the charity want it to provide a more focused and pro-active public affairs function. The Confederation was set up in 1997 to represent the interests of over 95 per cent of NHS trusts, health authorities and health boards. The new officer will report to the Confederation’s communications head, Helen Bradburn, who previously handled public affairs.

The NHS Confederation is seeking to appoint a new parliamentary and

public affairs officer after a recent audit revealed that members of the

charity want it to provide a more focused and pro-active public affairs

function. The Confederation was set up in 1997 to represent the

interests of over 95 per cent of NHS trusts, health authorities and

health boards. The new officer will report to the Confederation’s

communications head, Helen Bradburn, who previously handled public

affairs.



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