Question Time at Addenbrooke’s

Inspired by the BBC’s famed Question Time programme chaired by David Dimbleby, ACT presents an exciting debate at Addenbrooke’s Hospital on current affairs within the NHS to be chaired by Quentin Cooper, Science Journalist and current presenter of BBC Radio 4’s weekly Material World. ACT is the independent registered charity for Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) – including Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals.

Date: Tuesday 14 June 2011

Time: 5-8pm

Venue: The Martin Cohen lecture theatre in the CRUK Cambridge Research Institute on the Addenbrooke’s Hospital site.

Panel members include six clinicians of world-class reputation, amongst them three of the six best UK specialists in their fields according to The Times’ ‘Britain’s top doctors’ directory of November 2010. These are Professor Adrian Dixon, Professor of Radiology at the University of Cambridge and Honorary Consultant Radiologist at CUH, Professor John Pickard, Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of Cambridge and Clinical Director / Chairman of the Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre based at CUH and Professor Stephen O’Rahilly, Professor of Clinical Biochemistry and Medicine at the University of Cambridge and Director of the Institute of Metabolic Science based at CUH.

The event is free to attend – but places are limited.

You are invited to suggest up to two questions on current affairs within the NHS which will be considered for the evening’s debate.

Please include your questions when you RSVP to Susanne Owers on or call the ACT office on 01223 217757.

About ACT

ACT is the registered charity for Cambridge University Hospitals, which includes Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Rosie Hospital. ACT raises additional funds to help make a difference for patients at the hospitals and help save lives.

Charitable donations have bought extra high-tech equipment, paid for additional specialist staff, contributed to environmental enhancements and funded research to improve the understanding of conditions and find possible cures for patients in Cambridge and around the world.

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