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Health represents a social, economic, political and personal set of issues. How will our health services be funded in the future given increasing longevity in the west? How will we deal with dreadful consequences of dementia? And in a highly interconnected world how do we deal with potential epidemic outbreaks such as the CoronaVirus, COVID-19?
Health and wellbeing speakers cover the health service, medicine, the British NHS, and health systems around the world.
Raymond Blanc opened his first restaurant which, 'Les Quat' Saisons' in Summertown, Oxford. After just one year, the restaurant was named Egon Ronay Restaurant of the Year and a host of other accolades including Michelin Stars and Pestle & Mortar awa... [more]
Lucianne Sawyer started her career in healthcare as a State Registered Nurse. She set up a home care business to provide more responsive and flexible support. At one stage Care Alternatives was the fourth largest independent home care provider in th... [more]
Gennaro Contaldo is widely known as the man who taught Jamie Oliver all he knows about cooking, often appearing with him on TV. Gennaro's famous restaurants 'Passione' are a Mecca for gastronauts from across the globe. Described by clients as ... [more]
Chris Corbin is one of the most inspirational examples of entrepreneurship and determination on the speaking circuit today. He firmly believes that it is within the grasp of anyone to build a successful business. From redundancy and divorce, he built... [more]
Laura Donnelly is the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph's health correspondent. Before she joined the Telegraph in 2006, she was news editor of Health Service Journal. Laura is a well informed, energetic and highly competent speaker on healthcare ... [more]
Oliver Dudley is an 'Everyman' adventurer who has tackled world records in ocean rowing and ultra distance running, despite being a novice at both sports. As a team member of the 14 man crew aboard La Mondiale in 2008, Oliver rowed for 2 hours on, 2... [more]
Amanda Hamilton is one of the leading health experts and presenters in the UK. She has become well known TV face, you can see her every Sunday presenting Something For The Weekend on BBC2. She has a clinic in New Bond Street in London and is the Dire... [more]
Angela Hartnett is one of the most high-profile women in the restaurant world and an interesting and sought after speaker. Her expertise extends beyond the kitchen, she has excelled in a male dominated business and speaks accross a wide range of topi... [more]
Jenni Murray is one of radio and television's most respected broadcasters. Her interviews with PM's, Cabinet Ministers and Business leaders are described as "probing"' and "no-nonsense". An award winning presenter and journalist, she is a popular sp... [more]
Mark Porter is one of the most experienced media medics in the UK. He was health editor at Radio Times for 10 years, and has presented Watchdog Healthcheck; is a regular on the Jeremy Vine Show on BBC Radio 2; and presents Radio 4's flagship medical ... [more]
Professor John Spiers is a Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs, specialising in health care and public policy. In 2001 he was a founder member of the Advisory Council of Reform. He has previously served for 5 years as Health Policy A... [more]
Professor Lord Robert Winston of Hammersmith is well known to audiences throughout the world for his landmark BBC television series, The Human Body, Secret Life of Twins and Superhuman. He has shown a great capacity for communicating often complex sc... [more]