EVENTS:

Economics of Age,Health,Longevity

Wednesday 9th May; 11:45 (for a 12:00 start) – 14:00; 11 Tufton Street, London, SW1P 3QB

Speakers:
Juliet Chua, Director for Care & Transformation Department of Health & Social Care
Eric Kihlstrom, Interim Director of the Healthy Ageing Industry Strategy Challenge Fund
Ben Franklin, Assistant Director, Research and Policy, ILC

Register your interest by email at events@ilcuk.org.uk and we will contact you no later than 1 week before the event to confirm your space.

ILC-UK are delighted to invite you to join our Partners at a discussion about the Government’s industrial strategy with Juliet Chua (DH), Eric Kihlstrom (Healthy Ageing Industry Strategy Challenge Fund) and Ben Franklin (ILC)

Juliet and Eric will discuss the Government’s plans on health in the context of the industrial strategy. Ben Franklin will present on the economic challenges and opportunities of rising longevity, highlighting the economic imperative to compress morbidity.

The Government has said that their new funding will seek to “ensure the UK leads the world in healthy ageing”

They have announced:

  • New funding to develop new products and services which will help people live in their homes longer, tackle loneliness, and increase independence
  • £40 million investment in a new hub for UK Dementia Research Institute
  • Funding to support better diagnosis for UK patients through AI and new tech at new regional centres of excellence
  • 500,000 Biobank volunteers will see their genome sequenced providing data that will help the UK lead the world in development of tools for early diagnosis and new pioneering therapies

Partners should register for this event by emailing events@ilcuk.org.uk

This event is for ILC Partners. We have, however, a small number of spaces for organisations who aren’t members of our Partners Programme. If you would like to attend please register your interest by email at events@ilcuk.org.uk and we will contact you no later than 1 week before the event to confirm your space.

More information about our Partners Programme is available here. If you would like to join our partners programme, please email davidsinclair@ilcuk.org.uk