Cambridge Literary Festival - The NHS: Past, Present and Future

Cambridge Literary Festival - The NHS: Past, Present and Future

Sunday 7 April 2019
Palmerston Room - St John's College
Available to all, and free at the point of use: Nye Bevan’s vision for ensuring Britons received equal treatment revolutionised the health of a nation and became one of the greatest achievements of the 20th century.

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Seventy years on, though, and the NHS is creaking, suffering from endless cuts and a growing, and ageing, population. Doctors Phil Whitaker (Chicken Unga Fever) and Adrian Massey (Sick- Note Britain) discuss a diagnosis and treatment plan.

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10:00 - 11:00

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