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Super Melting Pot: what’s happening when

So you’ve bagged yourself a ticket to the Super Melting Pot. Thanks for signing up! Want to know more about what you’ve let yourself in for?

 

What’s happening?

We’re pleased to be able to share details of the Super Melting Pot, our first two day event exploring how we can have a better conversation in health.

We’ll learn from a mix of speakers, visits and a whole host of group discussions. Most importantly, we’ll be focusing on what this all means on Monday morning.

16 January

12pm Registration will open and lunch will be available at China Exchange.

12.30 – 2pm We’ll hear from Pinky Lilani who will kick off the day discussing kindness, followed by a number of smaller Melting Pot discussions, focusing on what we don’t talk nearly enough about.

2pm – 6pm We’ll get out of our bubble, and visit organisations outside of the traditional health world.

6pm – 10pm Meeting again for dinner at the ArcelorMittal Orbit, we will share what we’ve learnt and hear ‘a poet’s history of the NHS’ from Michael Rosen.

17 January

9:00am We’ll meet again for breakfast at the London Stadium.

9:30am – 11:15am We’ll hear from a number of health organisations, who will lead the discussion on the question they’d most like to answer by 2030

11:15 – 12:30pm Sally Anne Gross, music industry academic, will share her perspective, exploring the topic of ‘talking about taboo’.

12:30pm – 1:15pm We’ll break for lunch, before gearing up for our final and most important session.

1:15pm – 3:00pm For the final session of the series, we’ll be focusing on what this all means on Monday morning.

3:00pm We welcome you to stay and tour round the London Stadium, hearing about football and the Olympic games.

And then do you never hear from us again? We hope not. As part of our final reflections we’re going to discuss what more we could do as Kaleidoscope to ensure the insights we gather aren’t lost, and what further events might look like. You won’t be able to get rid of us that easily.


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