Are you interested in finding out the latest research on the implications for insurers of issues such as the development of artificial organs, physical activity tracking in private health insurance, and the implications for climate change on health and mortality?
Chaired by Nick Reilly, the IFoA is delighted to host a sessional event that will showcase a series of short research papers on hot topics in health and care, while providing ample time for discussion and debate.
Who is the event relevant to?
This event will be of interest to actuaries working in the fields of Health and Care, and Life, and for any other actuaries wishing to learn more about key topics in this fast developing global practice area.
The short research papers will all be available on our website to registered attendees ahead of the event.
Contact Events Team for more information.
0207 632 1498
17.00 - 17.30 – Registration and refreshments
17.30 - 19.30 – Speaker presentations followed by Q&A facilitated by chair Nick Reilly:
- What if Artificial Organs were Sufficient to Replace the need for Donors (presented by Nay Wynn, Hannover Re)
- Physical Activity Tracking in Private Health Insurance (Presented by Lisa Altmann-Richer, Bupa)
- The Impact of Climate Change on Health and Mortality (Presented by Rabia Naqvi, University College Dublin)
- The Impact of Climate Change on Health (Presented by Louise Pryor, Callund Consulting)
19.30 – Close
Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1V 7QJ
Nearest Public Transport
Chancery Lane Station (Central Line)