The Aortic Dissection Charitable Trust is thrilled to be a part of another policy discussion hosted by the New Statesman, titled “How Could a Labour Government Deliver for People with Long-Term Health Conditions Now and Into the Future?” This event will be a thought-provoking exploration of potential strategies and policies under a Labour government to better the lives of those living with long-term health conditions.
The discussion will be led by Preet Kaur Gill MP, the Shadow Minister for Primary Care and Public Health; Baroness Merron, the Shadow Spokesperson for Health and Social Care; and Sarah Dawood, Senior Associate Editor at New Statesman Spotlight, along with our trustee, Catherine Fowler, representing the power of the patient voice in making healthcare reforms. Catherine’s insights, stemming from her advocacy and lived experiences, will provide the patient-centric viewpoint, enriching the discussions on the changes needed for healthcare.
The Vision for Healthcare
This panel event aims to analyse how a new government could potentially reshape the healthcare landscape to better accommodate and support individuals with long-term health conditions.
Addressing a critical component of healthcare policy change, the discussion will tackle the importance of enhancing accessibility and inclusivity in medical research. Such diversity is essential in creating effective and comprehensive healthcare solutions that cater to the diverse needs of the broader population. The conversation will focus on identifying practical steps and strategies to cultivate a research climate where every individual’s medical experiences and needs are acknowledged and incorporated, leading to more equitable healthcare outcomes and personalised treatment approaches.