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Our most recent webinar recordings

Reimagining the relationship between universities & the NHS – Report Launch Event

A year in the making, the report was developed by the NHS Confederation and Civic University Network partners Queen Mary University of London and Newcastle University, who launched it at the 30th of November event, bringing together key civic leaders from universities and NHS organisations.

Local leaders are challenged to use the report to bring together a coalition of the willing in their place, test the five principles, and evaluate their collaborative working, through regional roundtables with anchor institutions. Doing so, the report argues, could help local leaders to unlock their collective power to drive positive change for their communities.

The Sheffield Hallam Story: Our Civic University Agreement

Presenter:

Richard Calvert – Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Strategy and Operations)

Having recently launched a Civic University Agreement in the Summer, Richard provides insight into the development of their plan and how the implementation phase is going.

Universities for Nottingham Civic University Agreement: Reflections on our first 18 months

Presenters:

Léonie Mathers – Deputy Director of Advocacy (Public Affairs), University of Nottingham

Fiona Anderson – Head of Civic Engagement, Nottingham Trent University

Sharing interesting reflections on progress under the Universities for Nottingham Civic Agreement. Having just arrived at the one year since signing milestone they are working with signatory partners to explore refreshing the Agreement to ensure that it’s reflective of where they now find themselves one year on.

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