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The Emerging Markets Symposium

MiM Seminar 23 May 2016 Booking Form

Healthcare Systems across Europe: Seeing the NHS in its Wider Context


Speaker: Nick Fahy, a European health expert with over twenty years of experience advising public and private sector clients ranging from individual hospitals to the World Health Organisation.


Seminar starts promptly at 6.45pm on Monday 23 May 2016

E P Abraham Lecture Theatre, Green Templeton College


The National Health Service is among Britain’s best-loved institutions, and is often described as ‘unique’. But how true is that? How does the NHS compare to other European systems?

This seminar will set the NHS in its wider context of health systems across Europe.  It will describe how a shared commitment to universal health systems has emerged in different forms throughout Europe, and what remains distinctive about the British NHS.  It will explore how shared values and challenges create the potential for learning and cooperation between European systems on topics ranging from cancer care to organ transplantation, from rare diseases to cross-border care – and why Europe is a better place to look for inspiration than the United States.  And as the referendum approaches, it will explain the European Union’s changing role in health systems, and discuss what Brexit would mean for the NHS.


6.15pm Registration, tea and sandwiches available in the Stables Bar

6.45pm Seminar in the Lecture Theatre

8.15pm Close

Certificates of attendance will be provided for those that want one.

For further information, please contact Donna McMenemy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

If you would like to attend this seminar, please register online by completing the form below:-

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