Why we need a Bill to bring back the NHS
Diarise Thursday 17 November 2016 to hear Prof. Allyson Pollock speak on Why we need a Bill to bring back the NHS at 18h30 at a joint DEMLA / DEMS meeting at the Lecture theatre, RILD Building, Exeter Medical School, RD&E Wonford site.
The NHS Reinstatement Bill proposes to fully restore the NHS as an accountable public service by reversing 25 years of marketisation in the NHS, by abolishing the purchaser-provider split, ending contracting and re-establishing public bodies and public services accountable to local communities. On 13th July 2016, the NHS Reinstatement Bill was successfully presented in the House of Commons, by Margaret Greenwood, Labour MP for Wirral West. The Bill is scheduled for its second reading on 4th November 2016.
Prof Allyson Pollock is professor of public health research and policy at Queen Mary, University of London. She set up and directed the Centre for International Public Health Policy at the University of Edinburgh from 2005 to 2011, and prior to that she was Head of the Public Health Policy Unit at UCL and Director of Research & Development at UCL Hospitals NHS Trust.
She trained in medicine in Scotland and became a consultant in public health medicine in 1991. Her research interests include globalisation; privatisation, marketisation and PFI / PPPs; health services; regulation and trade; pharmaceuticals and clinical trials; and childhood injuries.
Event is accredited for Medical and Legal CPD.
Free to DEMLA members. £30 for non-members. Full membership subscription £40.