Envisioning the Future of Medicare: A Citizens’ Conference
9 am to 3 pm,
Friday June 15th, 2012
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
This conference offers participants the rare opportunity to engage with leaders and policy experts on the future of universal healthcare, including former Saskatchewan premier Roy Romanow, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Senior Economist Armine Yalnizyan, Dean of the College of Medicine Dr. William Albritton, Health Policy and Research Consultant Steven Lewis, Medical doctor and community organizer Ryan Meili, long-time public health activists Dr. John and Betsy Bury and former Vice President, Community Services of Saskatoon Health Region, Shan Landry Unlike other conferences, this event will offer participants the chance to engage in interactive discussion groups on the prominent issues and challenges facing our public medicare system.
The participants themselves will drive these discussions in five key issues of importance to the healthcare debate. Participants will then have the opportunity to receive feedback and insight from prominent experts acting as “respondents” to the group discussions.
This is a rare and unique opportunity for persons concerned with the future of public medicare in our country to engage in a lively and spirited discussion with some of the brightest minds on the issue of healthcare. Space is limited, so we ask you to please register by May 21, 2012 to ensure your participation. Please find attached a registration form with a listing of the five discussion sessions.
Please rank your preference for which session you would most like to attend from 1 to 5 with 1 indicating your greatest preference. Coffee and Lunch will be provided.
We look forward to your participation,
Simon Enoch, PhD CCPA Saskatchewan
G-2835 13th Avenue
Regina, SK CCPA Saskatchewan
306 924 3372
Registration form below...
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