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- Date and time Wed 25 May 2022 from 7:00pm to 8:05pm
- Location Online
Dr Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive of the Health Foundation, will join us in the In Conversation Live series to talk about health policy in the UK, her life work on policy analysis and previous roles as Chief Executive at the Nuffield Trust, Director of Policy at The King’s Fund and policy advisor to the Chief Executive of the National Health Service.
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Dr Jennifer Dixon practised mainly paediatric medicine prior to a career in policy analysis. She has a Master’s in public health and a PhD in health services research from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. From 1990 to 1991, she was a Harkness Fellow in New York.
Dr Jennifer Dixon has served as a Board member of several national regulatory bodies: The Health Care Commission, the Audit Commission and the Care Quality Commission. She has led two national inquiries for the government: on the setting up of published ratings of the quality of NHS and social care providers in England (2013) and on the ratings for general practices (2015). She was also a member of the Parliamentary Review Panel for the Welsh Assembly Government, advising on the future strategy for the NHS and social care in Wales. She was awarded a CBE for services to public health in 2013 and a Doctor of Science from Bristol University in 2016. She has held visiting professorships at LSE and Imperial College Business School.
*There may be slight changes to the discussion points or the advertised start and end times of this webinar, subject to Dr Dixon's work requirements.
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The In Conversation Live webinar series will continue our much loved In Conversation events, giving you the opportunity to get first-hand insights into the lives and thoughts of high profile individuals, bringing an intimate, relaxed and entertaining perspective into your living room.
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