CIPFA Yorkshire and Humber with HFMA - Working Together to Improve our Public Service


Event summary

There is a widespread perception that health & social care is too fragmented, and that services are overly influenced by professional & institutional boundaries that should be coordinated.

This successful event, now in its third year, will look at the challenges of the public sector and public services working together. It will bring you a group of experienced speakers who will showcase their proven examples of successful local partnership working. It will also provide an opportunity to ask the successful practitioners questions through a panel discussion.


09 October 2019
Starts: 09:00
Ends: 16:00


Pontefract Racecourse
Pontefract Park
Park Road
[See map]

Standard price

£0.00 excl VAT

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About this event

As well as a great opportunity to network with peers and other related parties, the event will provide a great opportunity to hear from a range of highly experienced individuals who have made their partnership working arrangements a real success.

Who should attend

Interested professionals working in local Government and health who want to learn from CIPFA, HFMA, other public sector organisations & public services how to get the best from, and deal with the pitfalls of, partnership working.

How you will benefit

The key benefits for attendees will be to:

  • receive a first hand update from CIPFA on its joint report with the HFMA: "Guidance for CFOs working in health and local government"
  • learn from the experiences of their peers, within the public sector and public services, on successful partnership working
  • receive a view on what good looks like in relation to partnership working
  • discuss challenges facing their own organisations in a safe environment.

CPD hours

Six hours.


This event is FREE for CIPFA and HFMA members. Please note that cost will be payable for non-attendees if not cancelled within three days of the event. 

Tickets cost £50 for non-members.

Event programme

See the full details of the event programme here.


  • Health and social care
  • / Local government