GPs in control? Reporting the new health system
Tuesday, 26 March 2013 from 13:00 to 16:30 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
'GPs in control? Reporting the new health system' is an event bringing together the people who will be part of the new clinical commissioning system with those reporting on it.
It will discuss what are likely to be the important issues, as well as providing an opportunity for building new relationships with bodies such as CSUs and CCGs, as well as hyperlocal bloggers and health experts.
Speakers come from both the health system and health journalism, and include former Health Service Journal editor and public policy expert Richard Vize.
Map and directions can be found here: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/about-us/maps-and-campuses/school-of-art-margaret-street/map-and-directions
Before the event, from 9am-1pm, is the Fairbrum social inclusion summit. Attendees may be interested to attend this as well. Details at the link.
12 - grab a coffee and chat
1pm - What's changed? What's the same? Richard Vize, former editor Health Service Journal, communications consultant and public policy expert, Guardian columnist
2 - grab another coffee
2.30 - Whistleblowing, social media and accountability - from journalists and health workers: Alexander Talbott, digital communications consultant working with NHS Employers, Clive Peedell, National Health Action party, Colin Cooper, GP Magazine
3.30 - What journalists want - Michele Paduano, BBC Midlands health correspondent
4 more coffee and chat - or go get a beer.
Also organised by BCU later in the year is Well-being 2013 on July 24-25.