This panel debate will consider the future of medicine as we look ahead to the next 50 years of the University of Warwick. What challenges will the future doctor face? What will the role of the future doctor be? How will technology alter the nature of health care provision and those people that work within it, and what’s the prognosis for the patient?
Explore the answer to these questions with our expert panel:
Professor Ashley Woodcock (OBE MD BSc MB ChB FRCP FMedSci) – Professor of Respiratory Medicine, Manchester
Andy Hardy – UHCW NHS Trust Chief Executive Officer
Professor Richard Lilford – UoW Chair of Public Health and Director for Warwick Centre for Applied Health Research and Delivery, previously the department of health
Professor John Wass – Academic vice president of the Royal College of Physicians
Professor Richard Smith CBE – Doctor, Honorary Professor. He is director of the Ovations initiative to combat chronic disease in the developing world. He is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of Patients Know Best.
Professor Sarah Purdy – Professor of Primary Care, University of Bristol and Deputy Director, NIHR CLAHRC West University Hospitals Bristol
Please note, latecomers will not be admitted after the first 10mins.
Dates & Times
|Fri 16 Oct||6:00pm|