The UK health and social care secretary will be discussing the future of healthcare and answering audience questions at Innovation in Medicine 2018, taking place at ExCel London across 25-26 June.
Jeremy Hunt, secretary of state for health and social care, has been confirmed as a keynote speaker at Innovation in Medicine 2018, where he will discuss the future of health, as well as answer questions from the floor during the conference's Future of Science session. Starting at 11.45am on Tuesday 26th June, the session will be chaired by RCP president Professor Jane Dacre and also feature Dr Donald Berwick, president emeritus and senior fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.
Margaret Johnson, RCP academic vice president said:
We are pleased that Jeremy Hunt will be appearing at Innovation in Medicine 2018, where he will no doubt make a compelling contribution to our diverse line-up of expert speakers.
Visitors to ExCel London will be given a unique opportunity to hear the health secretary discuss the government's vision for the future of healthcare, and ask any questions that they may have.
The RCP's 2-day Innovation in Medicine 2018 conference, being held at ExCel London, brings together over 90 expert speakers for 50 sessions that will focus on new developments and innovations from across the health profession, and explore the future of digital health.