Last update 21st. January 2006


Choice, Markets, Competition in the NHS - What does this mean for health inequality?

The Socialist Health Association has organised two events in London to discuss the current reform of the NHS and its effect on disadvantaged people.

Policy conference: How can disadvantaged people take advantage of choice? What do these reforms mean for health inequality?

Tuesday 28th February 10am to 4pm Toynbee Hall 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6LS

The venue is very close to Aldgate East Station. There is very little parking available.

Main speakers:

We will provide lunch and afternoon tea, which will include vegetarian food.

Focussing on advice and advocacy for disadvantaged patients in a more market based system

Monday 6th March 10am to 4pm Friends House Euston Road London NW1 2BJ - opposite Euston Station

Main speakers:

Cost of each event:
£90 statutory and commercial organisations
£45 voluntary organisations, PPIF members
£20 unfunded individuals
£10 SHA members
Some free places for people on means tested benefits.

To book a place use our website booking form

NB all bookings will get a reply within 48 hours. If you don't get a response, or can't get the form to work please ring.

Martin Rathfelder


Socialist Health Association

22 Blair Road


M16 8NS

0870 013 0065