New date – What future for the NHS after COVID and Brexit?

Management in Medicine

Monday 6 December 2021   18:45 to 20:15

Speakers:

Dr Nick Fahy, Director of the Health and Wellbeing Research Group at RAND Europe, Research Fellow of Green Templeton College and an Honorary Senior Researcher in the Department of Primary Health Care Sciences.

Location:

Virtual Event

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The National Health Service of the UK is a totemic institution, much loved by the British public, and which has faced one of its greatest challenges during the COVID pandemic. But it faces wider challenges as well. Can it keep up with constant innovation and rising expectations? How will it respond in the new environment after COVID and Brexit? And most fundamentally, can we afford to keep it?

In this seminar, we will look at how the NHS came into being and how it compares with other models of health system. We will consider the challenges the NHS faces – the immediate aftermath of the pandemic, the changing circumstances of Brexit, and fundamental long-term challenges such as funding and workforce.  And we will look towards the future to ask – can we keep the NHS for the decades to come?

The speaker, Dr Nick Fahy, is Director of the Health and Wellbeing Research Group at RAND Europe, a not-for-profit, independent policy research organisation dedicated to helping improve policy and decision making through research and analysis. A Research Fellow of Green Templeton College and an Honorary Senior Researcher in the Department of Primary Health Care Sciences, Nick has over twenty years of health policy experience at national and international level, and teaches on health policy and systems for the Department of Primary Health Care Sciences and the Blavatnik School of Government, as well as at Green Templeton College.

The Management in Medicine Programme at Green Templeton aims to develop management and leadership skills for health and care systems in early career professionals. It is open to medical students, doctors in training, postgraduate students and others with an interest in healthcare management.

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Type: Lectures and Seminars