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Leading health policy-makers to be grilled at University Question Time

Published: 
3 March 2010

What does the future hold for the health service in our region? Students and the public will have a chance to question key policy-makers and commentators on a variety of health issues at the University of Southampton's 'Questiontime' event on Wednesday 10 March.

The panel will include:

* Dr Shree Data (Chair of the Junior Doctor's Committee, British Medical Association)
* Sandra Gidley MP, (Liberal Democrat Health Spokesperson).
* Andrew Lansley CBE MP (Conservative Shadow Secretary of State for Health)
* Sir Bernard Ribeiro (former President of the Royal College of Surgeons)
* Dr Martin Scurr (Daily Mail journalist and GP)

The event will be chaired by Michael Pope, Medical Students' Representative for the BMA.

'Questiontime' has been organised by medical students of the University of Southampton's BMA Intra School Committee and is sponsored by the British Medical Association (BMA), the Medical Defence Union (MDU) and the Medical Protection Society.

Students, healthcare professionals and members of the public are all welcome.

The event takes place at 7pm on Wednesday, 10 March at the Students' Union Cinema at the University of Southampton's Highfield campus. Tickets cost £1 via: www.boxoffice.susu.org. To post a question or for more information visit: www.bma.soton.ac.uk/questiontime

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