BARONESS Tanni Grey-Thompson and shadow secretary of state for health Andy Burnham will be among the speakers at the 2012 FIA Summit, which this year will have a strong focus on Olympic legacy.
The event takes place on November 22 at London’s Congress Centre and will include news on the latest developments in public health and the industry’s digital future, as well as discussions on the legacy of the Olympic Games.
Other speakers on the day will include chief executive of the Local Government Authority Carolyn Downs,
director of the Centre of Public Health Excellence at NICE, professor Mike Kelly and chief executive of the NHS confederation Mike Farrar. The event will be hosted for the second year running by TV and radio sports broadcaster John Inverdale.
Summit delegates will also be the first to see the unveiling of the new FIA brand.
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