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Pierhead Building (Main Hall)

Cardiff Bay

Cardiff

CF99 1NA

United Kingdom

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Avoiding a crisis: How can we better invest in health and wellbeing of Wales?

This symposium* seeks to examine the challenging issues around the health and care budget, questioning whether current levels of spending are sustainable and examining alternative approaches to achieving the health and well-being outcomes we all wish to see.

*CPD accredited

Please see Draft Programme below (content and timings are subject to change)


09:00am - 09:45am

Registration & coffee


09:45am - 10:00am

Welcome from Ms Helen Mary Jones (Deputy Director, Morgan Academy)

and Introduction to Bethan Rhys-Roberts (Conference Chair)


10:00am - 10:15am

Why we can't carry on like this - Setting the Challenge

Professor Sir Mansel Aylward


10:15am - 11:15am

Evidence Panel

David Phillips (Associate Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies)

Dr Daria Luchinskaya (Research Associate, Public Wales Service)

Adam Roberts (Head of Economics, Health Foundation)

Edward Davies (Director, Policy Centre for Social Justice)


11:15am - 11:30am

Coffee


11:30am - 13:00pm

Strategy Debate 1 - Investing in the Wider Determinants of Health and Wellbeing

Gerald Holtham (Visiting Professor, Cardiff Metropolitan University)

Sophie Howe (The Future Generations Commissioner for Wales)

Debbie Wilcox (Leader, Welsh Local Government Association)

Dr Tracey Cooper (Chief Executive, Public Health Wales)

Alun Thomas (Chief Executive, Hafal)


13:00pm - 13:45pm

Lunch, Seminar Room


13:45pm - 15:15pm

Strategy Debate 2 - Investing in Health and Scial Care

Steven Phillips (Chief Executive, Neath Port Talbot Council)

Tracy Myhill (Chief Executive, ABMU)

Cllr Susan Elsmore (Cabinet Member for Social Care and Health)

Dr Robin Roop (Vice President, Royal College of Emergency Medicine, Wales)

Tina Donnelly CBE (Director, RCN Wales)


15:15pm - 15:45pm

Keynote Speaker: Mark Drakeford AM (Cabinet Secretary for Finance)


15:45pm - 16:10pm

Political Response

Assembly Members respond to issues raised


16:10pm - 16:30pm

Closing remarks - Bethan Rhys-Roberts


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Pierhead Building (Main Hall)

Cardiff Bay

Cardiff

CF99 1NA

United Kingdom

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