Wednesday 9 May 2018
3.30 to 5.00 pm
The Cholmondeley Room, House of Lords,
London SW1A 0AA
The Directors of the Adam Smith Institute and LCS Health and Social Care Policy and Research take pleasure in inviting you to join us in the Cholmondeley Room of the House of Lords for our two spring debates.
The overall theme of the first of our two debates is whether scientific breakthroughs, artificial intelligence and other new technologies present additional expensive challenges to health and social services or promise to improve outcomes and deliver productivity gains that will help sustain these services in future years.
The event will be hosted and chaired by:
Our speakers are:
Joanne Shaw, Chair of Audit and Risk Assurance at NHS England, Deputy Chair of Nuffield Health
David Hare, Chief Executive, NHS Partners Network
The Rt. Hon. Stephen Dorrell, former Secretary of State for Health
Dr James Pickett, Head of Research, the Alzheimer's Society
The delegate price is £68.00, and includes full afternoon tea.
>Register for both 9 May & 6 June 2018 events
The delegate price is £136.00, and includes full afternoon tea.
Your ticket price includes full afternoon tea and contributes towards the cost of putting on these debates including tea for the speakers, guests and the work of the Adam Smith Institute (Charity No. 802750) and LCS Health and Social Care Policy & Research (Charity No. 1166851).