Monday, February 13, 2012

[EQ] LSE Conference: Towards a global health policy?

Conference: Towards a global health policy?

Celebrating 25 years of health policy research and teaching at the LSE

19-20 March 2012, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK


Themes include:

Access to drugs – the number one policy issue?
Chair Mary Baker MBE, President, European Brain Council

The global health workforce – how can we get it right?

Chair Martin McKee CBE, Professor of European Public Health, LSHTM

Speakers Gilles Dussault, Professor, Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Lisbon

Armin Fidler, Lead Health Policy Adviser, World Bank (to be confirmed)

Does high-performing health system mean the same thing everywhere?

Chair Josep Figueras, Director, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

Speakers Michael Borowitz, Senior Health Specialist, OECD

Joe Kutzin, Co-ordinator, Health Financing Policy, WHO Geneva

Protecting health in difficult circumstances – politics, economics and health

Chair Anne Mills CBE, Vice Director & Professor of Health Economics and Policy, LSHTM

Speakers Di McIntyre, Research Chair in ‘Health and Wealth’, University of Cape Town

Elias Mossialos, Brian Abel-Smith Professor of Health Policy, LSE

Yogesh Rajkotia, Director, Institute for Collaborative Development

Bayard Roberts, Lecturer in Public Health, LSHTM




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