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‘Following this, London-based think tank, International Longevity Centre (ILC), have urged the incoming Secretary of State to be proactive in her efforts to improve the country’s health, rather than being reactive and acting retrospectively.
Arunima Himawan, a Research Fellow at ILC, said: “There is a serious danger of the urgent driving out the important. Preventing ill health will not only help us find long-term solutions to backlogs, doctors’ shortages and acute care, but is key to helping the government reach its target of 5 extra healthy years by 2035.”
NESCHA, always keen to recognise the challenges for the workforce in health and social care, is running this conference in such a way that will allow workers, as well as patients, service users and carers, to attend in a way that allows them to attend a succinct, worthwhile learning experience, without great cost in terms of time and expense.
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