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The Future of General Practice, be heard, join the AnswerTime audience

By: Joe Tibbetts - Publisher the Information Daily
Published: Saturday, April 25, 2015 - 19:02 GMT Jump to Comments

Your chance to claim a seat among the studio audience, on 13th May, for the next InformationDaily.TV AnswerTime® to debate the Future of General Practice. The last AnswerTime was watched by more than 10,000 viewers. Get your views aired.

We will be recording the next AnswerTime® webTV programme at the InformationDaily.TV studio in central Birmingham on Wednesday 13th May 2015.

Chairing proceedings is Ben Gowland in his first public outing since he left his position as CEO at Nene CCG last month. Rakesh Marwaha, Accountable Officer, Erewash CCG and Sarb Basi, Managing Director, Vitality Partnership are both confirmed on the panel.

Join them and the invited audience of 40 experts to debate.

The Future of General Practice. An AnswerTime® webTV programme

Wednesday 13th May
4:30-5.00 Refreshments
5:00-6:00 AnswerTime® recording
6.00-7:00 Drinks and a light supper in the Code&Light Cafe at the InformationDaily.TV Studio
Address: InformationDaily.TV Studio, The Walker Building, 58 Oxford Street, Birmingham, B5 5NR

Please apply for an invitation by email to d.chandra@boilerhouse.co.uk. Places are very limited so please apply without delay.

AnswerTime® brings together four expert panelists, a chairperson and an invited audience of experts to discuss a topic of interest to senior public policy decision-makers. 

The programme recording is preceded by coffee and followed by drinks and a light supper in the InformationDaily.TV café. This provides an excellent networking opportunity for audience members and the panelists.

Programmes are published on the Monday following recording and regularly get more than 10,000 viewers.

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