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NHS Confed to lose Nigel Edwards

20th January 2011

Nigel Edwards is set to leave the NHS Confederation in July, bringing an end to his 12 years with the organisation.

Mr Edwards, who has been acting chief executive since last June and director of policy since 1999, has decided not to put himself forward for the position of chief executive and will instead take up new policy research roles at the King’s Fund and Nuffield Trust think tanks. The confederation hopes to appoint a permanent chief executive by the time of its annual conference in July.


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Article Information

Title: NHS Confed to lose Nigel Edwards
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 17297
Date Added: 20th Jan 2011


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