Whitehouse hosts meeting of the APPG on Spinal Cord Injury

By Jordan Newfield November 18, 2020 4:26 pm

The Whitehouse Consultancy joint with the Spinal Injuries Association, hosted the inaugural general meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Spinal Cord Injury on Wednesday 18 November 2020.

Members of both Houses attended what was an extremely insightful session on a range of issues impacting spinal cord injured people and the services they rely on. Representatives from the Spinal Injuries Association discussed pressure ulcers and the devastating impact they have on people living with spinal cord injuries and their families, as well as the enormous cost to the NHS of treatment and care.

A link to the full video of this meeting is available below:

The Whitehouse team are experts in providing public affairs advice and political analysis to a wide range of clients engaging with health and social care providers and policy makers, not only in the United Kingdom, but also across the member states of the European Union and beyond. For more information, please contact our Chair, Chris Whitehouse, at chris.whitehouse@whitehouseconsulting.co.uk.

By Jordan Newfield November 18, 2020 4:26 pm

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