26 February 2007
26 February 2007
On 12 January the Health Committee announced it would be carrying out a short inquiry into Audiology services in England. The Committee will be holding one evidence session only and this will be on Thursday 8 March. The witnesses will be as follows.
Thursday 8 March
Wilson Room, Portcullis House
at 10.00 am
Royal National Institute for the Deaf (RNID)
Charing Cross Hospital Audiology Department
At approx 11.15 am
Ivan Lewis MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Care Services,
Nick Chapman, National Director 18 weeks, and
Professor Sue Hill, Chief Scientific Officer, Department of Health
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