The House of Lords Select Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change will tomorrow ( Tues 6th Nov ) take evidence from experts, doctors and the care regulator on the current state of health and social care for older people. The Committee will look at whether changes are needed to meet increasing demand from an ageing population, given current pressures on public spending.
The evidence session will start at 9:45am on Tuesday 6 November in Committee Room 2 of the House of Lords.
You will be able to watch live here
The witnesses giving evidence will be:
- Caroline Abrahams, Director of External Affairs, Age UK
- Professor Chris Ham CBE, Chief Executive, The King’s Fund
- Philip King, Director of Regulatory Development, Care Quality Commission
- Steve McIntosh, Policy and Public Affairs Manager, Carers UK
- Dr Martin McShane, Director, Domain 2, National Commissioning Board ‘Improving the quality of life for people with long term conditions’, NHS Commissioning Board
- Professor David Oliver, Consultant Physician, The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Health National Clinical Director for Older People’s Services (England) and Professor of Medicine for Older People, City University, London.
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