Health economist, Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards of Bangor University will present a lecture at Bangor University at 4.30 Thursday 21 February, ‘The NHS in Wales: A Health Economist’s Perspective on the Next 70 Years.’

The lecture is part one of a series of lectures by the Learned Society of Wales marking the 70th anniversary year of the NHS.

The Lecture is open to all and is free of charge and will be followed by a Q & A session with the speaker(s).

Professor Tudor Edwards, who is Co-Director of the University’s Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation a distinguished Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales has worked in the field of health economics for twenty-five years and published extensively with colleagues from Bangor University and internationally on public health economics.

She has in the past worked with Welsh Government on policies to reduce NHS waiting lists, the funding formula for NHS resources to Health Boards, and worked closely with Public Health Wales to produce a series of reports on the economic case for investing in prevention across the life course. In this bilingual lecture she will set out her ideas, from the perspective of a health economist, on the challenges and opportunities facing the NHS in Wales over the next seventy years.

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