Visit the Adopt and Spread Showcase and join the Bevan Exemplar Showcase on June 30th - Book tickets here.


Good health and care is everyone's responsibility

What will you do differently?

Join us at one of our online events

Adopt and Spread Showcase

Lunchtime sessions 12.30pm - 2pm,

15th of June

Six Steps Education Programme - Register


Providing palliative care for heart failure patients at home - Register


Dementia triage app (Cantab Mobile) in the community - Register

Information Briefing for Bevan Exemplar (Cohort 7) Call

10am - 11am,

16th of June

Bevan Exemplars Showcase

Sessions from 9.30am to 5.30pm,

30th of June

24 Exemplar Innovations presenting and joining a panel to highlight their work for the rapid COVID-19 cohort of Exemplars. 

Sessions are 1.5 hours each usually with 3 presentations and opportunity to ask questions and find out more. 

Doing Things Differently Session 2: International Perspectives


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The Bevan Commission, hosted and supported by Swansea University, is Wales' leading health and care think tank. We bring together a group of international health and care experts to provide independent, authoritative advice to the Welsh Government and leaders in Wales, the UK and beyond. We ensure that Wales can draw on best healthcare practices from around the world while remaining true to the principles of the NHS as established by Aneurin Bevan.

We work with a wide range of health and care organisations, leading programmes of work, engagement activities, regularly publish reports, opinion pieces, blogs and more.

Latest from our work programmes, engagement activities, and publications 


Aneurin Bevan

“Illness is neither an indulgence for which people have to pay, nor an offence for which they should be penalised, but a misfortune, the cost of which should be shared by the community.”

Inspiring the work of  the Bevan Commission


Professor Kamila Hawthorne

In place of fear, let’s build a healthier future and strengthen general practice and communities. This requires acknowledging those things we didn’t do well, and how to do them better in the future, as well as retaining some of the new practices that have emerged in the immense efforts to contain the pandemic. 

Bevan Commissioner


Barbara Chidgey

While the pandemic is strangely having some positive effects, such as the introduction of universal basic income in some countries, and a drop in air pollution, it is generally also making disadvantaged and vulnerable people even more so.

Bevan Advocate

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