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Date Business
06 March 2012
10:30 am
Subject: Education, training and workforce planning
Witness(es): Rt Hon Simon Burns MP, Minister of State for Health, Jamie Rentoul, Director of Workforce Development, and Dr Patricia Hamilton CBE, Director of Medical Education, Department of Health.
Location: Room 6, Palace of Westminster

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