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Dr Okeoghene Odudu speaks about the interaction between public procurement and competition rules in relation to potential conflicts of interest in NHS commissioning

last modified Aug 18, 2016 10:18 AM

Dr Okeoghene Odudu speaks at 'Taking stock of NHS governance after the 2013 reforms: public procurement, competition and conflict'. 

The event, hosted by the University of Bristol Law School on 23 June 2016, brought together CCGs, NHS trusts, legal practitioners and academics, so that they could collectively take stock of this aspect of the new NHS governance framework almost three years after its adoption. It aimed to explore issues of interaction between public procurement and competition rules in relation to potential conflicts of interest in NHS commissioning. This exploration should allow for the emergence of some initial lessons-learned, as well as help shape research agendas in this area of public governance, which will undoubtedly gain relevance over the coming years.