Evidence and science: at the backbone of health policy?
Chair:Nigel EdwardsChief Executive, Nuffield TrustSpeaker:Prof Martin McKeeProfessor of European Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical MedicineSpeaker:Dame Una O’BrienFormer Permanent Secretary, Department of Health
2:00pm Wednesday 10 March 2021
Guided by the evidence - informing future health policy
Chair:Kenneth CukierSenior Editor, The EconomistSpeaker:Prof Ashish JhaDean of The School of Public Health, Professor of Health Services, Policy, and Practice, Brown School of Public HealthSpeaker:Dr Alexandra FreemanExecutive Director, Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication, University of CambridgeSpeaker:Nigel EdwardsChief Executive, Nuffield Trust
Recovery or revolution?
10:00am Tuesday 16th March 2021
In the wake of disaster: historic shifts in UK health care
Speaker:Prof Abigail WoodsPro Vice Chancellor/ Head of College of Arts, University of Lincoln
2:00pm Tuesday 16th March 2021
Covid-19: A catalyst for health care revolution?
Chair:Richard HumphriesSenior Fellow, The King's FundSpeaker:Prof Partha KarNational Specialty Advisor, Diabetes and co-lead of Diabetes GIRFT, NHS England and ImprovementSpeaker:Dr Hannah Barham-BrownBMA Council Member, Disability Campaigner and Deputy Leader of The Women's Equality Party, NHSSpeaker:Adam LentChief Executive, New Local
The central versus local dilemma
10:30am Wednesday 17th March 2021
Centralised versus localised power: Is the NHS an outlier?