Medical Tourism Debate: If healthcare services in Denmark are the best in the world – why do Danes leave? – MESU, Københavns Universitet

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Medical Tourism Debate: If healthcare services in Denmark are the best in the world – why do Danes leave?

Copenhagen School of Global Health afholder et seminar om medicinsk turisme torsdag d. 26. oktober.

Program:
14.00-14.05: Welcome by Flemming Konradsen (Professor and Director of SGH, University of Copenhagen).

14.05-14.15: Introduction to Medical Tourism by Signe Smith Jervelund (Associate Professor and Leader of MESU, University of Copenhagen).

14.15-14.30: This is why I am critical towards medical tourism by Andreas Rudkjøbing (Chairman of the Danish Medical Association)

14.30-14.45: Why do migrants leave a perfect healthcare system? by Signe Smith Jervelund and Nathan Bertelsen (MD and Associate Professor at Koc University and New York University)

14.45-15.00: A Market Approach to Medical Tourism: Are we ready for New Paradigms for the Provision of Healthcare Services? by Mia Holstein (Director of Welfare Policy at CEPOS & member of the Danish Ethical Council)

15.00-15.15: The legal and ethical framework for medical tourism in Denmark by Ole Hartling (MD, Senior Surgeon, former chairman of the Danish Ethical Council)

15.15-15.45: Panel discussion facilitated by Flemming Konradsen

15.45-15.55: Sum-up by Flemming Konradsen

15.55-16.30: Networking and mingling w/snacks and beverages

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