The NHS and Health Law Post Brexit: Views from Stakeholders and the Devolved Jurisdictions

Location
Macmillan Room - Portcullis House - House of Commons - London - SW1A 0AA
Category
Arts and Law, Research
Dates
Tuesday 4th December 2018 (12:30-14:00)
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Contact

For further information surrounding this event, please contact Kelly Merriman

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This event will launch a report from the ESRC UK in a Changing Europe project "Health Law outside the EU: Immediate, Intermediate and Long-Term Impacts".

The report critically examines the state of play in relation to the impact of Brexit on the law and regulation of the NHS and health care delivery post Brexit. It draws upon interviews undertaken in October and November 2018 with stakeholders involved in the delivery of health care services drawn from across the UK, with specific reference to the Brexit challenges facing the devolved jurisdictions. The presentation of the report's findings will be followed by a panel discussion and time for questions.

The Project Team

Professor Jean McHale is the Principal Investigator on the ESRC UK Changing Europe Initiative project “Health Law outside the EU:Immediate, Intermediate and Long Term Impacts”.

Wider details of this project can be found on the UK in a Changing Europe website.

Co-Investigators include: Professor Tamara Hervey, Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law at the University of Sheffield, Dr Mark Flear, Senior Lecturer at Queens University Belfast, and Research Fellow, Ms Elizabeth Speakman, University of Birmingham.

Directions

Portcullis House is located in the centre of London, and is marked E on the Parliamentary Estate map, the entrance is marked 4. (Postcode SW1A 0AA)

The Palace of Westminster is well served by all forms of public transport, most of which will be wheelchair accessible. Full details can be found on the UK Parliament Website

Registration

To register your interest in attending this free event, please email the events coordinator, Kelly Merriman.