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Work: a health problem? CCHSR annual lecture

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Dr Ellen Nolte and Professor Martin Roland invite you to hear Professor Dame Carol Black, Expert Advisor on Health and Work to the Department of Health, speak at the annual Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research lecture.

  • 5pm – Tea and coffee
  • 5.30pm – Lecture
  • 6.30pm – Wine and nibbles

Professor Dame Carol Black is Principal of Newnham College Cambridge, Expert Advisor on Health and Work to the Department of Health, England, Chairman of the Nuffield Trust, and Chairman of the Governance Board of the Centre for Workforce Intelligence. In November 2011 she co-chaired an independent review for the UK Government of sickness absence in Britain. Prof. Black is a past-President of the Royal College of Physicians, the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, and the British Lung Foundation. Since the early 1990s, Prof. Black has worked at board level in a number of organisations, and has been awarded many honorary degrees and fellowships. Dame Carol was apppointed Principal of Newnham College in Cambridge University in September 2012.

The Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research (CCHSR) is a collaboration between two leading health care research groups: the Health Services Research Group based in the Institute of Public Health at the University of Cambridge, and the Health and Healthcare Group based at RAND Europe. Together, we form a collective of over twenty researchers from a wide variety of backgrounds, brought together with the common aim of informing policy through evidence-based research on health services, both in the UK and internationally. The groups are led by Martin Roland, Professor of Health Services Research at the University of Cambridge and Ellen Nolte, Director of Health and Healthcare at RAND Europe.

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