Tuesday 11 - Wednesday 12 July 2017
The Wellcome Trust-funded Governance of Health research project investigates the role of different experts – medical professionals, economists and management consultants – in British health policy-making since 1948. As the NHS approaches its 70th birthday and is faced with colossal challenges of funding, pay and contracts, access to care and a changing disease pattern, our conference will bring together, academics, politicians, civil servants, medical professionals and other experts in discussing past and present challenges in health policy-making.
The main objective of this conference is to discuss evolutions in health policy-making in the UK and internationally around key questions:
More information about the conference can be found in the pdf below or by visiting this page where you can also book places. Note: History & Policy is not operating the bookings for this event - if you have any queries, please email the organisers email@example.com
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