Upcoming events

  • 10 June

NHS Scotland Event 2024

Planning for the Future: Delivering Health and Care Services through Innovation and Collaboration.

Past events

  • 16 April

Health & Care Transformation 2024 | FutureScot

Join Richard McCallum, Director of Health and Social Care Finance, Digital and Governance as he gives his opening keynote to this year’s event.

  • 18-19 March

TSA Conference (

Empowering People’s Lives: Transforming Futures Through Knowledge, Innovation and Action.

  • 28 Feb

HETT North

Delivering better patient experience and operational efficiencies through education and networking opportunities.

  • 21-22 February

Digital Health and Care Scotland 2024 – Holyrood Events

Bringing together health, social care and housing professionals from across the country, the event will look at how digital solutions are being used to help alleviate pressures on the NHS and social care systems by improving care delivery and demand management.

As always, the flagship conference promises to explore the most exciting developments taking place across the digital landscape, including the creation of a ‘digital front door’ and implementation of Scotland’s first Data Strategy for health and social care.

  • 1 February

Public Sector Cyber Security Scotland 2024 – Holyrood Events

Join Lisa Hill and Penni Rocks on their Lightning Talk session on Cyber Security at this year’s event.

  • 14 December 2023

DigiFest 2023

Scotland’s annual digital health, housing and care event, will combine a programme of free-to-attend, virtual and in-person satellite sessions from October 2023, with a one-day in-person event on Thursday 14 December 2023.

  • 21 November 2023

DigitalScotland 2023 | FutureScot

DigitalScotland is the largest annual gathering of public sector technology professionals, where global govtech leaders share technology insights and lessons in digital transformation, leadership, skills, cultural change and data-driven innovation. The full-day conference features a line-up of globally accredited speakers on topics as diverse as service design, ethics in AI, the internet of things, cybersecurity, 5G and much more.

  • 8 November 2023

Conference and Exhibition | COSLA

The COSLA Annual Conference and Exhibition are back in person for 2023. This year’s discussions will focus on the question: “Is Scotland Living Well Locally?”.

Our colleagues will be in the main exhibition area with information on Near Me, Microsoft 365 cross-organisation benefits and the Data Strategy.

  • 19 September 2023

TEC Housing Event 2023 | The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations Limited

The event promotes the heart of technology in housing, welcoming housing, health and social care providers committed to improving the quality of life of our tenants through tech. Promoting the human story of technology in housing and highlight the connections and benefits of technology for health, wellbeing, and independence.

  • 5 July 2023

75th Anniversary of the NHS in Scotland | NHS Scotland Events

2023 marks the 75th Anniversary of the NHS which was founded on 5 July 1948. This year also marks the 75th year of social care services. The Anniversary offers the opportunity for staff, patients and the public to mark the past 75 years and to look forward to the needs of future generations and what health and care will look like in years to come.

  • 19 June 2023

NHS Scotland Event 2023

The theme for this year’s Event is Recovery and Renewal in our Health and Care Services.

  • 31 May 2023

ALLIANCE Annual Conference 2023

The ALLIANCE will host their first hybrid annual conference and AGM to discuss pertinent issues in health and social care in Scotland.

  • 19 April 2023

Westminster Forum Projects

This webinar will focus on the future for digital health and the use of data in Scotland.

  • 30 March 2023

Health & Care Transformation | FutureScot

Sign up to the packed agenda to hear from Stephen Gallagher, Jonathan Cameron, Dr Margaret Whoriskey, Morag Hearty, Marc Beswick and Dr Sam Patel at the annual conference for public sector health and care professionals in Scotland.