Curated series to help you
navigate the policy landscape

  • PPP Subscribers Breakfast Series. PPP Subscribers gain exclusive access to a global community of public and private sector leaders, investors, policymakers, and commentators with a common interest in the future of public policy during monthly events.

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  • Health

    Cancer Pathways Series. The impact of the Covid-19 could set the UK’s five-year cancer survival rate progress back by up to eight years. It is clear, therefore, that we need new policies to tackle the issues. The Cancer Pathways Series provides this forum for discussion.

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  • Environment and Climate

    Climate Series. The Climate Series Maximising COP26, in collaboration with Diplomat Magazine, brings together international policy leaders to create a forum on transforming the financial sector, carbon offsetting, climate diplomacy, upscaling the use of renewables.

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  • Environment and Climate

    Environment & Health Series. Through six thought-leadership features and an extended webinar series, this workstream seeks to cast spotlight on the links between a changing climate and health, bringing together international experts from a range of sector.

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  • Health

    Clinical Research Coalition. The Clinical Research Coalition is an independent community of thought leaders from the clinical research, industry, regulatory and governmental sectors. The coalition is Chaired by The Baroness Blackwood and Dr Jonathan Sheffield.

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  • Health

    Health Digitisation Series. This series investigates the state of digital services in the NHS in England and puts forward a set of recommendations that will enable the NHS and social care to build on its digital-enabled transformation.

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  • Health

    Health and Care Estates Series. Bringing estate management and capital projects to the forefront of health and care policy discourse.

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  • Health

    Health Inequalities Series. This Series will assess the current state of healthcare inequalities in the UK, as life expectancy has stalled for the first time in over a century. There is a sharp focus on health inequality in light of Covid-19 and how good policy can address it.

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  • Infrastructure

    5G Series. A series investigating digital connectivity and how policy can enable authorities and stakeholders work together to realise the value of connectivity in their area.

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  • Health

    Hospital Series. Hospital Times is a popular series for those managing the day-to-day running of hospitals and their facilities, providing an opportunity for shared learning within the hospital sphere through informative features.

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  • Health

    Integrated Care Series. Bringing together partners to support the development of integrated care. Offering market analysis, insight and strategy for health and social care.

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  • Health

    World Healthcare Series. Helping partners successfully navigate the changing environment of global healthcare provision. Keeping you at the forefront of healthcare policy advancements.

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  • Health

    Primary Care Series. The Primary Care series seeks evidence and debate surrounding the future of integrated community-based health and care services for primary care professionals.

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  • Restart & Rebuild Coalition. In 2021, PPP and Nutricia is bringing together policy leaders, experts in healthcare, social care and life sciences for a once in a generation project to create a world-beating vision for the delivery of universal healthcare in the 21st century.

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  • Place & Communities.

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  • Social Care

    Social Care Series. A series to explore the challenges and solutions to creating a connected system.

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  • Genomics

    Socialising the Genome: Genomics, Communications and, Public Trust and Engagement. This series will aim to realise the potential of improved communications policy and develop a global leadership council within the genomics ecosystem through a series of roundtables to collect evidence and formulate policy considerations.

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  • Health

    Women’s Health Series. Themes of the series are reproductive health; gender, ageing and health; and racial disparities in women’s healthcare. The outcomes of these discussions will form the basis of a report to be launched at the Commission on the Status of Women in 2022.

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  • Infrastructure

    Workforce Series. Exploring workforce and talent development across the health and care sector.

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  • World Economics

    World Economic Series. A virtual forum for an essential discussion on the global economy. The World Economic Series is a joint venture partnership between Diplomat magazine and Public Policy Projects.

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  • Infrastructure

    World Infrastructure Series. The World Infrastructure Series contains thought leadership and insight for global logistics professionals across the world.

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  • Genomics

    World Pharma & Biotech Series. This Series exists to explore the latest policy developments in life sciences. WPBS is sponsored by IQVIA, a leading global provider of advanced analytics, technology solutions & clinical research services to the life sciences industry.

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  • Genomics

    Uk Genomics & Rare Diseases. Genomics Revolution has been chosen as the focus of a specific project because of its promise to be a transformative technology across the health space and one in which the UK has particularly strong credentials.

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  • Genomics

    Global Genomics. This series considers specific issues of global reach including the importance of improving data diversity, establishment of a global dataset and the future of rare diseases, utilising genomic data for research.

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  • Infrastructure

    UK Rail Series. The rail series, chaired by Stephen Hammond MP hopes to explore this critical part of the UK's infrastructure as it looks to create a cheaper, cleaner, and greener network fit for the needs of future consumers and a sustainable nation.

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