With Jacqui Atkinson and Bridget Prosser of Browne Jacobson
From April 2022, 42 new statutory organisations will be established following the government’s plans to legislate to put integrated care boards on a statutory footing. To assist HR colleagues with the workforce issues which will arise as a result of the creation of the integrated care boards and to support the effective transfer of staff to these new organisations, an HR framework has just been published:
Join us for a question and answer session where we will look at some of the key points arising out of the HR Framework and recap on guidance and best practice in relation to HR and employment law issues which may arise when new NHS bodies are created.
This event will be helpful for those in CCGs who are closely involved with the disestablishment of organisations and other Trusts in the local healthcare system who will also be impacted by the change to system working.
This event will be held on Wednesday 22nd September starting at 2pm for approximately 60 minutes and will include the opportunity to ask questions. Delegates can submit questions in advance or add them during the webinar. If you would like to submit a question in advance, please email it to
Joining instructions will be sent out 24 hours prior to the event.
Jacqui Atkinson is the Head of Employment Healthcare and an Employment Partner at Browne Jacobson and has specialised in advising the health and care sector for over 20 years. Jacqui is a regular and enthusiastic contributor to HPMA sessions and training events for boards and HR teams. She has advised widely on previous NHS reconfigurations and transfers of staff and works closely with boards on complex transactions and workforce issues. She is regarded by clients as a trusted advisor to the healthcare sector on workforce issue.
Bridget Prosser is an employment specialist at Browne Jacobson. She has many years’ experience of advising NHS organisations on all aspects of employment law, including reorganisations and the complex people management issues which can arise. She regularly provides training for clients on all aspects of employment law and HR matters.