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Getting together to discuss the future of the NHS

Doctors often complain about politicians and their handling of the NHS. The Conservative Medical Society in conjunction with Novartis has organised an inaugural lecture series for junior doctors on the development and future of the NHS.

The first one, 'An introduction to the NHS' with Professor Calum Paton, talke

  • d about the NHS from inception to Thatcher.
  • The next on Thursday 14 January is entitled 'Reform of NHS from Thatcher to Darzi' with Professor Chris Ham
  • The final one on Thursday 26 January is the 'Future of the NHS' with Andrew Lansley MP

These are at 6.30pm at Portcullis House, Westminster, where the MPs have thier offices.

The lectures are non-party political and free. It provides a chance to discuss the NHS. Everybody is welcome but it is aimed primarily at junior doctors and healthcare trainees.

Tickets can be obtained from meetings@conservativemedicine.org.uk or from the website www.conservativemedicine.org.uk

From Paul Charlson, Brough

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