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Conferences & Events
HealthChat with Dr Mark Porter
Dr Mark Porter is Chair of the British Medical Association, as well as being a consultant anaesthetist at the University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust. He has held a number of roles at the BMA including deputy chair responsible for pay and conditions (2006-9) and chair of the consultants committee from 2009-12.
As well as exploring Dr Porter’s early life and career, this HealthChat will also give Roy Lilley the opportunity to question the BMA’s approach to the H&SC Act, the 5 year forward view, vanguard services, the NHS funding challenge and the BMA’s relevence in shaping health policy.
This is sure to be a very popular event and you are urged to act now to secure your ticket. The evening starts at 5.30pm for registration and a short drinks reception before the HealthChat starts at 6pm. The HealthChat will conclude around 7.45pm before a further drinks reception.