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Date(s) - 15.09.2012




How the NHS can really engage with local people?

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Organised jointly with Labour Left

A policy discussion organised by The Socialist Health Association and Labour Left based on experience in the North East

9:00 a.m.       Visit to Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, SR8 3EX*

10:00a.m.     Coffee/Tea, Easington Social Welfare Centre, Seaside Lane Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3PL

Note postcodes if you have a satnav.  Transport will be available between Healthworks and the Social Welfare Centre.

10:15 a.m.  Welcome, Grahame Morris, M.P. for Easington and Member, Health Select  Committee.

10:45 a.m.    Dr Brian Fisher, Chair of the Socialist Health Association: “Real Engagement in a Challenging Environment”

11:30 a.m.  Short break:  Tea/Coffee

11:45 a.m.   Discussion Groups:

Cllr Dr David Boyes:  What Healthworks means to Easington

Brian Flood:  Engagement in a Foundation Trust

David Taylor-Gooby:  Engagement with Commissioning

Martin Rathfelder: How democratic should the NHS be?

12: 30 p.m.  Plenary, Report back.  Identify points to go forward to the  Labour Party Health Policy Commission.

1p.m.  Close.

If you want to come please contact

 David Taylor-Gooby 0191 5870008,David.Taylorgooby@btinternet.com

or Val Hudson, 07590 849333, valhud200@yahoo.co.uk


Bookings are closed for this event.

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