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Liverpool: Inequalities in Healthcare
Wednesday, 21 November 2012 from 17:30 to 21:00 (GMT)
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Catholic Social Teaching and the Requirements of Justice
The coalition Government has embarked on one of the
most radical and broad ranging changes to the National
Health Service in England since its creation.
These changes will affect many aspects of healthcare
- the way in which healthcare is commissioned
- who delivers care and where
- the role of public health the degree of localism,
- transparency and competition
- integration with social care
All this is playing out against a backdrop of funding cuts.
So, what will the practical impact on health outcomes be?
What are the risks of growing inequalities in healthcare?
What do the principles of Catholic social teaching bring to
an understanding and evaluation of the evidence so far?
A series of early evening seminars have been organised
for healthcare professionals interested in exploring the
connection between faith and health on the theme.
Inequalities in healthcare: Catholic social teaching and the
requirements of justice