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London South Bank University

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Educating London’s future health workforce: when it comes to funding, what's fair? Set in the context of the recent bursary reforms, we will debate the advantages of different funding models and ask if a fresh approach would be more sustainable. Speakers include:

Warren Turner

Chair, London Healthcare Education Group and Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean, Health and Social Care, London South Bank University

Amy Fancourt

Student Nurse, City University London

William Palmer

Senior Fellow in Health Policy, Nuffield Trust

Jude Diggins

Regional Director - London, Royal College of Nursing

Edwin Dela Cruz

Head of Nursing Practice Development and Education, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Ed Hughes

Head of Health and Medicine, Office for Students

Fleur Nielsen

Head of Policy, Council of Deans of Health

Deborah Gill

Chair, London Medicine and Director of the Medical School, UCL

The event will take place from 10:30am-12pm, and will be followed by a lunch from 12-1pm.

This London Medicine event forms part of London Higher's inaugural London HE Week, which will run from 17-21 June 2019. This will be a week packed full of activities and events hosted by London Higher, showcasing the work of our divisions, networks and members. See London Higher's website for details of the full event programme.

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