Moseley & Kings Heath Community Conference : Whose Health & Social Care ?

location for Queensbridge School, Queensbridge Road, Moseley

When?

February 12, 2015 at 7pm - 9pm

Where?

Queensbridge School, Queensbridge Road, Moseley
Queensbridge Road
Birmingham B13 8QB
United Kingdom
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Moseley & King’s Heath Labour Party

WHOSE HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE? : THE FUTURE.

A Community Conference — Everybody Welcome.

Thursday 12 February 2015, 6:30pm (7:00pm start)

Venue : Queensbridge School (Visual & Performing Arts),  Queensbridge Road, B13 8QB

 

 

Keynote Speakers :

Lord Phillip Hunt OBE, Shadow Spokesman for Health in The House of Lords.

Councillor John Cotton, Cabinet Member for Health & Wellbeing, Birmingham City Council

Jon Glasby, Professor of Health & Social Care & Director of The Health Services Management Centre (HSMC)

Gerard Coyne, West Midlands Regional Secretary, Unite the Union.

Conference Chair : Rosi Edwards

 

The community conference asks the questions you want answered :

What sort of Health Service do we actually need now ?

How should Health link to Social Care ?

What sort of Health Service do we currently have, and what direction is it going in?

How much does it cost to run the NHS? what scope is there to cut costs without cutting services, e.g. through service redesign and joint working with social care?

Could there be cost reductions in joining up health and social care? Or by doing it, for the same cost or more, might we get a service which better meets the needs of our increasingly elderly population?

For more information, and to book your place, contact Councillor Martin Straker Welds on martinstraker_welds@blueyonder.co.uk, or phone on 07973 675 732.

 

 

Promoted by Geoff Durbin  on behalf of Martin Straker Welds, both at 66 St Agnes Road B13 9PN, and printed by Styloprint at  138 Stratford Road  B11 1AG.  Compiled, funded, and distributed by volunteers.

 

 

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