Professor Lucy Gilson of the School of Public Health and Family Medicine delivers her inaugural lecture Providers, Patients and Power: Why trusting relationships matter to health systems, on 27 May at 17h30.
Gilson's primary research interests include concerns for equity in health and health care, health care financing, organisation, management and policy change.
She has played a leading role in developing the field of health policy analysis, and currently manages a continental initiative to strengthen training in this field.
In addition, as co-ordinator of the UCT Oliver Tambo Fellowship programme, she is supporting the development of South African public health leaders.
The lecture takes place in the Student Learning Centre Lecture Theatre, Anatomy Building, Faculty of Health Sciences.
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