Thursday, 7 April 2022,
18:00 to 20:00
Waterfront Building, Ipswich
The lecture commences at 18:00 with teas and coffees from 17:30
David Croisdale-Appleby is involved with social policy and healthcare policy on both the national and international stages, and he will share with us his personal view of the future shape of healthcare if we are successfully to address the health deficits in our population and the growing health inequalities amongst our citizens.
David has throughout his life worked to improve the lives and life-chances of disadvantaged, oppressed and vulnerable people, chairing many public sector organisations in medicine, health and social care, social work, and criminal and civil justice. At the request of government, he wrote an independent review of social work education and created a programme of public lectures on the new Integrated Care Systems.
David currently chairs the Royal College of Physicians, the world’s leading Medical Royal College, Dementia UK, Beyond Autism, and the Public Health and the Social Care Advisory Committees at NICE, and serves many other national and international organisations.