DevoManc: The role of health research and innovation
|Starts:||16:00 2 Jun 2015|
|Ends:||19:00 2 Jun 2015|
|What is it:||Conferences|
|Organiser:||Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences|
/ Free to HSRN members|
|Who is it for:||University staff|
|Speaker:||Mike Burrows, Nigel Edwards, Naomi Fulop, Kieran Walshe, Phil McCarvill|
Host: Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences
About the event
Simon Stevens, NHS England CEO, welcomed DevoManc as ‘the greatest act of devolution in the history of the NHS’.
With six billion pounds health and social care funding devolved to Greater Manchester by April 2016 and as further regional devolutions emerge post-election, this seminar explores the critical role for research and innovation in these policy initiatives.
It will address:
- How academic health science assets and infrastructure will drive and underpin the success of these initiatives.
- How evaluative research can improve, validate and spread the ‘Manchester experiment’.
- How DevoManc can inform the challenges and opportunities of other devolutions
Introduced and chaired by Mark Easton, BBC Home Editor
This seminar is free to HSRN members and £50 per person for non-members.
We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting, and thought provoking seminar.
Concessions: Free to HSRN members
Role: Managing Director
Organisation: GM Academic Health Science Network
Role: Chief Executive
Organisation: Nuffield Trust
Organisation: Health Care Organisation & Management, UCL
Organisation: Health Policy and Management, Manchester Business School
Role: Deputy Director of Policy
Organisation: NHS Confederation
Travel and Contact Information
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