March 19th 2015 | London

The UK's role in global health

Foreword from Howard Lyons, MD, Healthcare UK:

"Building on the success stories which exemplify the UK’s contribution to global health - from support for ebola prevention to training healthcare professionals overseas – we need to forge even stronger ties between the wide range of British organisations at the heart of international activity.

In this context, Healthcare UK is delighted to be supporting the Dods ‘Exporting Healthcare’ conference, which will consider the UK’s role in global health and the extent to which we can develop and refine domestic partnerships, in order to collaborate with countries across the world.

Your participation in the event will be crucial to its success: this debate is about bringing together representatives from across the NHS, private, government and third sectors."

Confirmed Speakers:

  • George Freeman MP, Minister for Life Sciences
  • David Prior, Chair, Care Quality Commission
  • Lord Kakkar, Treasurer, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global Health
  • Steve Clarke, Finance Director, Health Education England
  • Jane Cockerell, Chief Executive, THET
  • Kalipso Chalkidou, Director, NICE International, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
  • Elizabeth Smith, Head of Profession, Health​, DFID​
  • Richard Vize, Former Editor, Health Service Journal & Consultant, Dods (chair)
  • Professor Sian Griffiths OBE, Emeritus Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Visiting Professor, Imperial College & Chair, PHE Global Health Committee
  • Margaret Harries, Lead Nurse for Older Adults, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB)

Key topics to be discussed will include:

  • An international market: developing healthcare solutions for a global audience
  • Health systems development: ensuring quality throughout systems
  • Training and education: up-skilling the global health workforce
  • High-quality clinical services: achieving the best results for patients
  • Prevention and public health: reducing health inequalities

Cost:

Register before 31st January to receive a 15% discount on the prices quoted below!

Public and Third Sector:

1 place £225 + VAT
2+ places £175 + VAT each

Private Sector:

1 place £595 + VAT
2+ places £545 + VAT each