2018 is the 25th birthday of the King's Health Economics group, and we are marking this with a conference in central London on 14th June. We shall be having a mixture of talks from academics, clinicians and policy makers, plus a panel discussion on the topic of The Sustainability of Public Health.
Our speakers are renowned experts in their field, and come from varied backgrounds including academia, NHS England, members of Parliament and Government. The presentations will be run according to TEDx-style rules, and all talks will be questioned / challenged by a next-generation health economist. Our conference website has the full programme.
Registration on the day will be between 08.30 and 09.30 - follow the signs to the Great Hall. The conference will start at 09.45 and is scheduled to finish at 16.30; the event will be followed by a drinks reception to which all delegates are invited. Throughout the day there will be regular breaks for refreshments, including a buffet lunch.