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AGM and Council Meeting

Meeting now being held on Monday 16th December 2019 at 6.00pm


MEETING: Work, Health and the Economy

House of Commons

Special Guest Speaker – Rt Hon Lord David Willetts

This Seminar will discuss both the needs of the employee and the employer in terms of Health and Work. It will also look at the major economic benefits: for UK industry in keeping employees healthy and at work, and multi-million pound economic savings caused by lower health costs long-term and massive increases in productivity. 


We have an expert panel and guests, including politicians, policists, economists, HR professionals and specialists in Occupational Medicine and Public Health, to describe and discuss this vital topic.

Meeting postponed due to General Election

MEETING: Prevention is better than cure – discussing the public health burden of oral diseases and health inequalities

7pm on 27th January 2020, House of Commons

Special Guest speaker: Jo Churchill MP

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EVENT: Spring Tea at the House of Lords

Monday, 2nd March 2020, 3.30 to 5.00pm

The tea will be hosted by our President, Lord Ribeiro, and our guest of honour this year is Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, former Foreign Secretary and the longest-serving Health Secretary in British political history.

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