12th November 2004
BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS IN THE NHS
Professor Chris Ham, who is Professor of Health Policy
and Management at the
His lecture will argue that the NHS needs to break down the barriers between primary and secondary care to meet the needs of patients in the future.
It will focus particularly on the needs of patients
with chronic and long-term conditions and will draw on experience from the
Professor Ham is an internationally celebrated health
policy analyst who has extensive experience of working with health agencies in
The lecture will also be the occasion when the development of the Centre for Health Improvement and Leadership in Lincoln (CHILL) is announced.
CHILL is a partnership arrangement at the
The guest lecture will take place in the AR0107 lecture theatre in the university’s architecture building at 6pm on Tuesday 16th November.
Registration and refreshments will be available at 5.30pm, with wine and a buffet following the lecture at 7pm.
The public are welcome to attend, and places can be booked by contacting Faith Cobaine on firstname.lastname@example.org or call (01522) 886626.
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