NHS Carbon Reduction Plan (CRP) Supplier Webinars

Register your interest through the link and you will have access to webinars for:

  • February – 2nd, 7th, 16th, 21st
  • March – 2nd, 7th, 16th, 21st, 30th

Are you a supplier bidding for NHS contracts above £5 million per annum? If so, you will need a published a Carbon Reduction Plan (CRP) from April 2023 for your UK scope 1, 2 and a subset of scope 3 emissions as a minimum, aligning with government procurement policy PPN 06/21.

Join one of NHS England’s supplier Carbon Reduction Plan (CRP) webinars. You’ll find out what a CRP is, how your CRP will be requested within the procurement process, what support is available to help you create your CRP and there will be time to answer your questions

Please use the reserve button above to register your interest in NHS Carbon Reduction Plan (CRP) supplier webinars. We will use the contact information provided to inform you of upcoming webinars which you can attend based on your availability and interest.

Please note the reservation button is not for a specific webinar but is to ensure you are provided with joining links to up coming webinars that will be run by NHS England.

Please also see for ease of reference a list of some links that are key to note.

Immunology NHS Update with John Chater
Thursday, February 9th 2023 – 1:00 PM (GMT)
In this FREE 60-minute Live NHS UpdateJohn Chater will describe how the creation of Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) has reformed the NHS in England, specifically in relation to the provision of immunology services, and identifies the areas of opportunity and change that are now emerging.

NHS Backlog Virtual Event on ‘Diagnostics’ 

16th February 

The NHS Backlog Virtual Event offers the opportunity for our panelists to discuss the various elements which have led to the growing waiting lists experienced by NHS patients and what changes must be made to eliminate the backlog.

In 2021, it was proposed the NHS would receive £248 million to modernise diagnostics in order to help tackle patient waiting lists. The funding will go towards enabling hospital labs to share patient scans and test results more effectively between hospitals and GPs. It is hoped that this will then reduce the wait times that patients endure to diagnose their health problem.

Following this, the NHS has set up Community Diagnostic centres across the country, this has allowed the NHS to provide 2 million vital scans and tests as of October 2022. This scheme is backed by £2.3 billion invested by the government to offer the public health services right in the heart of their communities.

A carefully selected panel of experts have been assembled to offer their expertise and insight into the issues of diagnostics that have impacted the NHS backlog. We will be joined by: Elaine Cloutman-Green, Consultant Clinical Scientist in Infection Prevention and Control at GOSH; Marisa Logan-Ward, NHS Non-Executive Director and Deputy Chair for Stockport NHS Foundation Trust; Hari Jayaram, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Glaucoma & Cataract at Moorfields Eye Hospital; and finally Julie Hart, Diagnostics Pathway Transformation Specialist, Oxford Academic Health Science Network.

British In Vitro Diagnostic Association & Catax: Growing your business in an innovative industry

23 February at 10:30am – information and sign-up is here.

The event is a great opportunity for your business to stay ahead of the curve on the latest R&D tax developments and be well prepared for the relevant grant competitions open for the year ahead.

NICE: A proportionate approach to technology appraisals – pilot learnings and next steps

Thu, 9 March 2023, 14:00 – 15:00 GMT

The objective of this project is to enable us to produce more guidance, help speed up patient access, and increase capacity for ourselves and the wider system.

So please join what we anticipate will be an intriguing webinar and tap into the learning we’ve gained from a number of pilots we’ve been undertaking. Hear from our project team on how we have trialled a range of new approaches, the opportunities we’ve uncovered to simplify our processes, and how we now plan to take these forward.