PAG Event: Wellness: A Health Model for the isle of Man

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"Wellness: A New Health Model For The Isle of Man"

Presentations and panel discussion

island wellness

Manx Museum Theatre 

Douglas  

7:30 pm MONDAY 25th June 2018

 
For its eighth and final public meeting of the political year Positive Action Group (PAG) returns to the theme of healthcare. The meeting will be at the Manx Museum Theatre, Kingswood Grove, Douglas, Monday 25th June starting at 7:30 pm. PAG has invited four speakers each to give a short 7 minute presentation about various aspects of healthcare in the IoM. They are:
 
Nigel Taylor, General Counsel, Jurby Wellness:
Outlining the legal support for: 1) Patient Autonomy, 2) Fully Informed Consent. 
Helping to increase the feedback from the patient and to ensure their concerns and voice is always acknowledged.
 
Gordon Wilson, Managing Director, Callin Wild Consulting:
1) Healthcare Affordability, 2) Manx Agriculture / 'Food Is Medicine' Opportunities. 
Outlining the financial unsustainability of the current health model and looking at Island 'food economics' opportunities.
 
Courtenay Heading, Founder, Jurby Wellness:  
1) Our Brilliant Body, 2) Disease, as a: Toxin, or a Lack. 
Highlighting how our body serves us, if we feed it well and avoid the toxins to which we are increasingly subject.
 
Hon David Ashford, MHK, Minister for Health and Social Care:
An Update on Our Future Health Vision. 
With nearly six months in post, Minister Ashford is recognised as being open to change, and will outline what he aims to achieve in this Parliament and beyond.
 
Following the presentations the audience will be invited  to contribute to a panel discussion.
 
As usual the event is free and is open to all
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