PPP Breakfast Series – Professor Bola Owolabi
The UK’s health and care system is undergoing significant transformation in response to a period of unprecedented service demand and pressure. To analyse service reform, and develop insights into successful system transformation, PPP has launched a series of breakfast events to convene the foremost leaders in health and care. These Chatham House events, held in person, serve as a space for open and frank discussion on the challenges and opportunities of system transformation.
Upcoming Breakfast 2024
Our next breakfast meeting is on the 8th February 2024. Held in the Embankment area, it will be an in conversation with Prof. Bola Owolabi, Director, Healthcare Inequalities of NHS England, who will be sitting alongside PPPs Chairman and former Secretary of State for Health, The Rt. Hon. Stephen Dorrell, for an in-conversation on the NHS’s Health Inequalities. This conversation will be followed by a Q&A.
Register your interest:
PPP Breakfast events are exclusive for PPP subscribers and interested members of the Public Sector – including NHS Organisations, Local Authorities, academics, researchers, not-for-profit and third sector providers and charitable sectors. Please use the button on the right to register your interest in attending, if selected you will be sent further registration details.
Our last breakfast of 2023 was held in October, Professor Stephen H Powis, National Medical Director of NHS England joined PPPs Chairman and former Secretary of State for Health, The Rt. Hon. Stephen Dorrell, for an in-conversation on the NHS’s Prevention Programme. In May, following the Government’s review into oversight and governance of Integrated Care Systems (ICSs). Our chair, the Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, was joined by the Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt, a former Secretary of State for Health who led the Government’s review. Key stakeholders and industry leaders came together to discuss the next steps for ICSs and hear the former Health Secretary deliver a compelling, insightful and positive vision for how integrated care can finally kickstart a shift towards preventative health and care delivery – rooted in population health.
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