Start Date: 14/01/2016
End Date: 14/01/2016
Cost: £210 plus VAT
Venue: Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG
Westminster Health Forum
4 Bracknell Beeches
Old Bracknell Lane West
Tel: 01344 864796
Fax: 01344 420121
Guests of Honour: Professor Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Health and Social Care, NICE and Nicole Mather, Director, Office for Life Sciences and Lead, Accelerated Access Review
Attendees at this seminar will discuss priorities for NICE moving into 2016 and beyond, and the key challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry.
They will assess the impact and role of NICE guidelines in health and social care provision, and priorities for the development of further guideline frameworks for public health.
There will also be discussion on recommendations of the Accelerated Access Review, the future for the Cancer Drugs Fund, and key issues regarding market access, evaluation, pricing and commissioning of pharmaceuticals.
At this early stage we are delighted to announce that Professor Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Health and Social Care, NICE; Nicole Mather, Director, Office for Life Sciences and Lead, Accelerated Access Review; Paul Catchpole, Director of Value and Access, ABPI; Professor Karl Claxton, Professor of Economics, University of York and former Member, NICE Appraisal Committee; Amanda Edwards, Director of Knowledge and Evidence and Deputy Chief Executive, Social Care Institute for Excellence and Director, NICE Collaborating Centre for Social Care; Julia Manning, Chief Executive, 2020health; James Roach, Joint Director of Integration, Wiltshire Council and Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group; Tom Sunderland, Health Economics Team Manager, Boehringer Ingelheim; Dr Penny Wilson, Innovation Platform Leader, Stratified Medicine, Innovate UK and Hannah Winter, Member, Executive Group, Patients Involved in NICE and Policy and Evidence Manager, Prostate Cancer UK have kindly agreed to speak at this seminar.
Andrea Jenkyns MP, Member, Health Select Committee and Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Patient Safety and Dr John Pugh MP have kindly agreed to chair sessions at this seminar.