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The Future of Health & Care: Ideas exchange from GOTO projects 2018

Wednesday 14 March 2018, 17:00 - 18:30

Green Templeton Fellows are inviting all GTC students for an informal ideas exchange on the Future of Health & Care and an expert panel discussion on ‘How do we make change happen’ on Wednesday 14 March, 5-6.30pm. This is an opportunity to hear ideas coming out of this year’s Said Business School MBA GOTO projects on the Future of Health and share you own thoughts. The event will be followed by a drinks and nibbles reception in the Stables Bar.

Global Opportunities and Threats: Oxford (GOTO) is an action-oriented problem-solving community at SBS geared towards addressing some of the most complex issues that the world faces today. The MBA cohort each year get involved and this year they have been working on Healthcare. The GTC Health and Care Initiative is inviting all GTC MBA students to come and share their ideas with the rest of the GTC community through a facilitated ideas exchange between MBAs and GTC fellows, researchers and students, followed by a panel discussion on ‘How do we make change happen!’. This is an exciting opportunity for all College students to share ideas across disciplines and hear about the GOTO projects. Learn more about GOTO here.

The event will be chaired by Professor Mary Daly, with Dr Paul Brankin and Dr Eleanor Murray introducing the event and ideas exchange. The panel discussion will feature Professor Sue Dopson, Professor Richard Canter and Dr Keith Ruddle. More information on the attached flyer.

Capacity will be limited. Please register online for this event here.

We look forward to seeing you there.

If you have any questions or problems completing the registration form, please email



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