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Setting priorities and rationing in health and social care: using evidence to inform practice

Health Services Management Centre, Park House, University of Birmingham
Friday 30th September 2011 (09:00-17:00)
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Ann Thomas
Events Co-ordinator
Tel: +44(0)121 414 7058

HSMC, in conjunction with colleagues at the Nuffield Trust are delivering a one day seminar on Friday 30 September to explore aspects of priority setting and rationing. The event which will take place at Park House, University of Birmingham, will also highlight the key skills and capacity needed for effective future practice. With input from leading researchers, practitioners, and policy experts, the seminar draws on good practice examples and simulation exercises to explore issues such as:

  • The use of evidence and information in priority setting
  • The role and purpose of economic and technical models and processes
  • Engagement and involvement of stakeholder groups (including public, clinicians, provider organisations)
  • Leadership skills
  • Governance structures

How to book

See the event flyer for booking form and event costs (pdf; 120KB; opens in new window), or contact
Ann Thomas
+44(0)121 414 7058

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