The NHS in 2013 and beyond: perspectives on healthcare reforms from England and Wales

February 4th 2013

As the NHS in England and Wales takes increasingly divergent courses, two leading experts on the delivery of health care discuss the implications.  

Speakers: Professor Sir Mansell Aylward, Chair, Public Health Wales and Nicholas Timmins, Senior Fellow, The King’s Fund.

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Date: 25th February 2013

Time: 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM  

Venue: Room S, Portcullis House, London.

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