Health Committee

22 June 2006
Session 2005-06
Workforce Planning
Evidence Sessions

22 June 2006
Session 2005-06
Workforce Planning
Evidence Sessions

The Committee would like to announce the following evidence session as part of its inquiry into Workforce Planning.

Thursday 29 June at 10.00 am
Wilson Room
Portcullis House

Councils of Heads of Medical Schools
Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board (PMETB)
Conference of Postgraduate Medical Deaneries
Royal College of Surgeons

Professor Tony Butterworth, University of Lincoln
Council of Deans of UK Faculties for Nursing and Health
Professor Sir Andrew Haines, Universities UK

NorthWest Deanery
Royal College of GPs
Faculty of Public Health
Kingston PCT

Details of the evidence session due to take place on Thursday 20 July will be announced in due course.

The uncorrected transcript of each evidence session is placed on the Health Committee website as soon as possible after the meeting - www.parliament.uk/healthcom . The transcripts for the oral evidence sessions of 11 and 18 May and 8 and 15 June are available on the Health Committee website.

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