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Dr Michael Thomas is chair of the Welsh Committee for Public Health Medicine
As chair of the Welsh Committee for Public Health Medicine, I need to ensure that the work of the committee is reflective of the profession. Each year, we hold an open meeting, inviting public health doctors from across Wales to gain a better understanding of the committee’s work and how members strive to ensure that the voice of the profession is heard.
This year, the open meeting will take place on Tuesday 25th April 2017 at 10.30am in Cardiff Bay. Agenda items will cover the work of the committee, along with a discussion on the Medical Engagement Scale Survey, which saw results being issued in 2016.
It’s important to note that this isn’t a meeting just for BMA Cymru Wales members, as the work we do encompasses challenges of the profession. It’s an opportunity for BMA Cymru Wales to hear from public health doctors who may not have previously engaged with the committee.
I’d encourage public health doctors who have an interest in the work of the BMA, or would like to find out more about how the committee works, to attend.
Open Meeting of the Welsh Committee for Public Health Medicine (WCPHM)
Date: Tuesday 25th April 2017
Time: 10.30am – 1pm
Location: Boardroom at BMA Cymru Wales Office, 5th Floor, 2 Caspian Point, Caspian Way, Cardiff Bay
***Please note that there is no parking available at the BMA Cymru Wales offices. There is an NCP car park a few minutes’ walk away.
RSVP: Contact Mrs Nadia Hughes, Committee Executive Officer at [email protected] or 02920 474 610 by Monday 17th April 2017. Please note if you have any dietary requirements and if you wish to receive an agenda for this meeting.
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