Societal pressures in health care Archived

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Dr Mary Baker MBE discusses the societal pressures that the health care system has to adapt to. She talks about the ever increasing life expectancy in a growing population and access to medication. She goes on to outline what new approaches are needed for clinical trials. 

This lecture was filmed at an event called 'Telemedicine and eHealth 2012- 3 million and rising: Integrating care, mainstreaming technology'.

Date of Lecture: 26th November 2012.

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Length: 00:18:08

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