The NHS has modernised - and yet it is struggling to provide high quality care for those most in need.
In this inaugural lecture, Richard Byng, Professor in Primary Care and PenCLAHRC Deputy Director, will use illustrations from the Community and Primary Care Research Group’s work and his own clinical practice to describe how general practice and community-based services could radically adapt - philosophically, clinically and organisationally - to improve the experience and outcomes of patients.
The lecture starts at 18:00 and is chaired by Professor Rob Sneyd, Dean of Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry.
Refreshments will follow after the talk.
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