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Date(s) - 04.02.2013


Toynbee Hall


How will relationships between patients and clinicians be affected by the extension of  markets and competition into the NHS? Can patient engagement and co-production, shift the focus from acute hospitals providing reactive care towards coordinated anticipatory care for older people?

Could the Labour Party produce better policies in this area?  We are looking for policies around:

  • Community development/coproduction/community growth/community practice
  • Shared decision-making and self-care
  • Ways of redistributing and sharing power in the NHS


  • Sally Brearley Chair of the Nursing and Care Quality Forum
  • Angela Coulter Director of Global Initiatives at the Foundation for Informed Medical Decision Making, Boston, and Senior Research Scientist at the Department of Public Health, University of Oxford.
  • Brian Fisher Chair of the Socialist Health Association and PPI lead for the NHS Alliance
  • Liz Kendall MP Shadow Minister for Care and Older People
  • Jeremy Taylor Chief Executive, National Voices


Bookings are closed for this event.


  1. Jas Weir says:

    Looking forward to meeting Sally B, she Chairs our local (Sutton) LINk healtrhcare group.

  2. Julie Shrive says:

    Is there Blue badge parking can reserve ?

  3. Julie Shrive says:

    Typical patients are a re to be ignored ,discriminated against & of low priority .Why was I sent this Meeting in response to my URGENT life & death issues – antibiotics ???!!!!!!Acute ongoing services ???!!!!

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