Health Committee

1 December 2005
Session 2005-06 The Ministerial Responsibilities of the Minister of State for Health Services (including Dentistry and Public Patient Involvement)
Rearranged Evidence Session


1 December 2005
Session 2005-06 The Ministerial Responsibilities of the Minister of State for Health Services (including Dentistry and Public Patient Involvement)
Rearranged Evidence Session

On the 20 October, the Health Committee announced an evidence session for  Thursday 15 December at 9.30 a.m. with Rosie Winterton MP, to take evidence in respect of the Ministerial Responsibilities of the Minister of State for Health Services (including Dentistry and Public Patient Involvement).

This evidence session has now been rearranged and will now take place on Thursday 26 January 2006 at 10.00 a.m.

There will be no public Health Committee meeting on Thursday 15 December 2005.

Thursday 15 December 2005
Evidence Session Cancelled

Rearranged Evidence Session
Thursday 26 January 2006 at 10.00 a.m. - The Wilson Room
Rosie Winterton MP, Minister of State for Health Services and Department of Health officials




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