The Politics of Health Forum 2017 Event as iCalendar

18 September 2017

5:30 - 7pm

Venue: Lecture theatre 2 505-007, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

Location: 85 Park Road, Grafton

tim-tenbensel
Event MC - Tim Tenbensel, Associate Professor of Health Policy, School of Population Health

What lies in store for the health sector if there is a change in government, and what are the implications if a National-led government is re-elected? 

 

The Politics of Health Forum is being held at the University of Auckland's Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, Grafton Campus.

Date: Monday 18 September

Time: 5.30-7pm.

We have assembled a panel of speakers with diverse expertise and perspectives on New Zealand’s health system to discuss issues that are hot topics for the sector, and for the wider public.

Our event MC is Tim Tenbensel, Associate Professor of Health Policy, School of Population Health and our panel discussion members are: 

 

  • Barbara Fountain, Editor, New Zealand Doctor
  • Richard Edlin, Senior Lecturer in Health Economics, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
  • Rawiri Jansen, Clinical Director, National Hauora Coalition
  • Sally Merry, Professor of Adolescent Mental Health, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences


Join us on Monday 18 September for what promises to be a lively and informative evening of health policy discussion.

RSVP here.

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If you would like to read up on health policies of each party before this event, you can download the list of website URL's below.

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Election 2017
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