Tuesday, 14 February 2012

LSE Conference. 25 years of health research / towards global health policy')

Towards a global health policy? Celebrating 25 years of health policy research and teaching at the LSE 19-20 March 2012, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK 

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LSE is holding a special conference to celebrate its five health MSc programmes. The conference will bring together alumni, policymakers, practitioners, students and academics to debate key global health policy issues.

Themes include:

Global health, global justice?
Does 'high-performing health system' mean the same thing everywhere?
The global health workforce: how can we get it right?
Access to drugs: the number one policy issue?
Protecting health in difficult circumstances: politics, economics and health
Why attend?

Find out about current debates and research on major health policy issues
Meet up with former and current LSE students and staff
Network, share your experiences, make new links
What next?

LSE's director, Professor Judith Rees, will open the conference on the evening of 19th March, followed by a keynote speaker and reception. After a day of plenary sessions involving leading international speakers on 20th March, the conference will close with a drinks reception.

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Draft programme|

LSE Health and Social Care gratefully acknowledges financial support from the LSE Annual Fund, on-line journal Globalization and Health, LSE Health, Dr Adam Oliver and Dr Panos Kanavos. If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact Dr Sarah Thomson|.

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