Health in Crisis: Ruskin College Health Symposium

Wed Apr 11 15:00:00 2018

We are excited to be running a 3 day conference around two central debates:
- The state of the NHS and Social Care 
- Health inequalities in general

Day 2, Session 1: 3.00pm-5.00pm
Speakers: Penny Thewlis CEO Oxfordshire Age UK, Dr Lee Humber, Programme Lead Health and Social Care studies, Ruskin College
Topic: Do we have an ‘Ageing Population’?

Book for the first session

Day 2, Session 2: 5.30pm-7.30pm

 ‘Spirit of 45’: A showing of Ken Loach’s brilliant film of post-war Britain and the establishment of the welfare state with, as it’s centre piece, the foundation of the National Health Service, followed by a short discussion.

Book for the second session
Both sessions take place at Ruskin Room, Cohen Quad, Exeter College, Walton Street OX1 2HE

This event is free to attend however there will be limited places available so book early to avoid disappointment.
If you would like to come to multiple sessions please ensure you book your place for each of the sessions you are interested in attending.