NZ-UK Link Foundation Professor Hew Strachan on the First World War and three lectures by Professor Robin Gauld

Put these dates in your diary! Times will be confirmed soon and an rsvp link included, so watch this space.

16 October 2014, 5 pm, Senate House, University of London, in collaboration with the Institute of Commonwealth Studies:

Sir Hew Strachan’s inaugural NZ-UK Link Annual Lecture entitled ‘Democracy or Empire? Reflections on the British imperial experience of the First World War’.

22 October 2014, (early pm, time to come): LSHTM, Tavistock Place and in collaboration with the Nuffield Trust, Professor Robin Gauld, ‘The current NHS reforms: what can be learned from NZ?’

29 October 2014, 6 pm, King’s College London, Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Anatomy Museum, Strand, WC1, Professor Robin Gauld, ‘Health workforce migration between New Zealand and the United Kingdom: patterns, policies, implications and sustainability’.

27 November or 3 December 2014, early pm, time to be confirmed, Chancellor’s Hall, Senate House, Professor Robin Gauld, ‘Clinical governance and leadership: invented in the UK, exported to NZ, and NZ developments that can contribute to the NHS’.

Chaired by Sir Malcolm Grant, Chair NHS England.