Andrew Murray Burnham is a British politician .Burnham was previously the Member of Parliament for Leigh from 2001 to 2017. He is a member of the Labour Party. Born in the Old Roan area of Aintree, Merseyside, on the border of Liverpool, Burnham was educated at local comprehensive schools and graduated with a degree in English from Fitzwilliam College at the University of Cambridge. He worked as a researcher for Tessa Jowell from 1994 to 1997, then working for the NHS Confederation in 1997 and as an administrator for the Football Task Force in 1998
Prof Andrew Elder
Medical Director of MRCP (UK)
He provides postgraduate examinations in internal medicine and its specialties to 25,000 candidates a year globally. He was previously Chair of the Clinical Examining Board for the MRCP(UK) Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills (PACES) examination, the largest international postgraduate clinical skills assessment in the world. He has held a number of positions in undergraduate and postgraduate medical teaching and assessment, and has personally taught or assessed bedside clinical skills in 20 countries
Prof Allyson Pollock
Professor of Public Health Research and Policy
Allyson Pollock is a doctor who is a consultant in public health medicine and the Director of the Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle University. She is an academic who is known for her research into, and opposition to, part privatisation of the UK National Health Service (NHS) via the Private Finance Initiative (PFI) and other mechanisms.
Andrew Foster CBE
Chief Executive Officer
Andrew was appointed as Chief Executive in January 2007. His main interest has been quality and safety with a particular desire to learn from the best hospitals in the world. He led the successful application which resulted in this Trust becoming a Foundation Trust in December 2008. Before that he spent five years as the NHS Director of Human Resources (Workforce Director General) at the Department of Health with principal responsibility for implementing the workforce expansion and HR systems modernisation set out in the NHS Plan.
Professor Chris Harrison
Executive Medical Director-Christie
Chris was appointed from 1st February 2016 and combines this role with the post of National Clinical Director for Cancer at NHS England, leading implementation of the national cancer strategy as part of the National Cancer Team. He holds an honorary Clinical Professor position at the Manchester Academic Health Sciences Centre and continues to hold an honorary professor position at Imperial College, London.
Chief Executive and Registrar GMC
Charlie Massey is chief executive and registrar of GMC from November 2016.
Charlie leads the Senior Management Team, which is responsible for our day-to-day running. He is accountable to our Council and reports directly to the Chair of Council, Professor Terence Stephenson.
Prior to that he was Director General at the Department of Health England, which he had held since 2012. Before that, Charlie was Director for Ageing Society and State Pensions at the Department for Work and Pensions. He has also worked in a variety of roles across government and the wider public sector
DR CLARE GERADA MBE FRCP FRCGP FRCPsych
Clare Gerada is past Chair of RCGP and has held a number of national roles, including, Senior Policy Advisor Department of Health, Drugs and Alcohol, Director of RCGP Substance Misuse Use Unit & was Chair of RCGP National Expert Group on Substance Misuse. In both of these roles, Dr Gerada provided national leadership in substance misuse, developing the RCGP Certificate in Substance Misuse and supporting the creation of shared care working across England. Dr Gerada is the NHS PHP and NHS GPH Medical Director and established PHP. In 2008, she won the contract to run the Practitioner Health Programme (www.php.nhs.uk), which is a pioneering programme providing confidential services to doctors and dentists with mental health or addiction problems. She is an elected
Dr Chaand Nagpaul CBE
Chair -British Medical Association's General Practice Committee (GPC)
He has been a general practitioner in Stanmore since 1990, and has held many offices in the BMA; having been a Local Medical Committee (LMC) member for over 20 years and vice-chair for the 12 years. He is a BMA Council member, a member of its Political Board, and GPC member on the BMA Public Health Committee and Consultants Committee, as well as being Honorary Secretary of his local BMA Division.
Managing Director of Healthcare UK
Deborah Kobewka was appointed as Managing Director of Healthcare UK in March 2016.
Deborah has over 30 years’ experience in healthcare, beginning her career in the pharmaceutical industry with Schering Healthcare in 1984. Moving to IMS Health in 1987 she held management positions in client service, sales and marketing, including leadership of the IMS publications business before being appointed to lead the market research business in Europe, then consumer health globally. In 2008 she was appointed President Asia Pacific, based in Singapore, where she led all aspects of the IMS business across this diverse 16 country region.
SirDavid Nigel Dalton
Chief Executive of Salford Royal NHS
Sir David Dalton is the Chief Executive of Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust. He joined the National Health Service (NHS) as an administrative trainee in 1980. In April 2011 he was named as the tenth highest paid employee in the English NHS.
He was knighted in the New Year Honours 2014 and was one of the top ten Chief Executives in the NHS in 2013 according to the Health Service Journal. In 2015 and 2016 the HSJ had him as the top Chief Executive.
Prof Ged Byrne
Dean & Director of Education and Quality (North) for Health Education England
Prof Byrne is a clinical academic surgeon by background As a medical educationalist, he has held a number of senior administrative and leadership roles including Hospital Dean for Clinical Studies, and most recently Director of the University Hospital of South Manchester Health Education. He pioneered the development and lead the growth of the Universities Medical Assessment Partnership. It now includes all the medical schools within the UK and has been renamed the Medical Schools Council Assessment Alliance. Recently he has played a substantial part in the creation of the Greater Manchester Health Innovation and Education Cluster.
Chair of the RCGP
Chair of the RCGP, GP Principal in The Cloisters Medical Practice (Litchfield), Professor of GP Education in Birmingham University and former mentor for 'doctors in difficulty'.
Helen was RCGP Honorary Treasurer from 2012 to 2016 with responsibility for all matters related to the College finances and assets including premises, IT and human resources. Prior to this, she was Treasurer for the RCGP Midland Faculty and until stepping down to become Chair, retained involvement in the College’s work at a local level in her role as a personal mentor for doctors in difficulty.
Prof Jane Dacre
President of the Royal College of Physicians
Prof Dacre is the president of the Royal College of Physicians since 2014. She is an honorary consultant physician and rheumatologist at the Whittington Hospital, professor of medical education, and director of UCL Medical School in London. She was also the medical director of MRCP(UK) until December 2013, and prior to that academic vice president of the RCP. Professor Dacre was a GMC council member, and chaired the GMC Education and Training Committee (2008–2012). In 2012 she won the ‘medicine and healthcare’ category for the Women in the City: Woman of Achievement Award and BAPIO Professional excellence award in 2014.
Mr Jon Rouse
Chief Officer, Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership
Jon Rouse was appointed as Chief Officer for the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership, in July 2016, to co-ordinate the delivery of Greater Manchester’s strategy for the transformation of health and care services, ‘Taking Charge Together’, as part of the wider devolution plans for public service reform.
Dr Kailash Chand OBE
Kailash worked for 25 years as a GP in Ashton under Lyne, receiving various accolades such as ‘Dedicated Doctor of the Year’ by Doctor magazine and ‘GP of the Year’ from the Royal College of General Practitioners. He is also a Senior Fellow of the British Medical Association and received an OBE for his services to the NHS. He is now retired both as a GP and as Chair of Tameside and Glossop Primary Care Trust. Kailash is now Deputy Chair of the BMA. Dr Chand has become the first Asian to be elected as Deputy Chair of the British Medical Association Council (BMA) representing 150,000 doctors in the UK.
Prof Michael Bannon
Postgraduate Dean at Oxford Deanery
Dr Michael Bannon is Postgraduate Dean at Oxford Deanery Since 2013. He trained as a Community Pediatrician and has held four different consultant posts in that specialty. He has held a number of roles, of increasing seniority, including College Tutor, Senior Lecturer, Director of Medical Education. He was also for a brief period interim Associate Postgraduate Dean for Refugee Doctors in the London Deanery. Previous research activities have been in medical education and, in particular, the role of education and training in safeguarding children. He has edited many books on the broad subject of medical education and Pediatrics.
Prof Mukesh KapilaCBE
Professor of Global Health and Humanitarian Affairs at the University of Manchester.
Prof Kapila is also Chair of Nonviolent Peace force, Chair of Manchester Global Foundation, Adjunct Professor at the International Centre for Humanitarian Affairs Nairobi, Associate Fellow of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Special Representative of the Aegis Trust for the prevention of crimes against humanity, and Special Adviser to Syria Relief. He was Special Adviser to the first-ever World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul in May 2016.
Prof OP Kalra
Vice Chancellor of Pandit BD Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, Haryana
He has been known for his vast teaching experience as well as contribution to the field of Nephrology in the country. He has been selected in the category of Eminent Medical Teacher for the year 2010 and a recipient of Dr BC Roy Award by the President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee
Dame Parveen June Kumar DBE
Parveen Kumar is a British doctor who served as President of the British Medical Association in 2006, and of the Royal Society of Medicine from 2010-2012. Outside of the BMA and RSM, she has written Clinical Medicine, a standard medical textbook, held roles with the National Institute of Clinical Excellence and the Medicines Commission UK. Currently, she is Chairman of BUPA Foundation Charity for Research and a Professor of Medicine and Education at Barts and the London.
Mr Rajit Mehta
Managing Director & CEO of Max Healthcare
Mr Rajit Mehta is the Managing Director & CEO of Max Healthcare, a leading private healthcare company in India and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Company. He is also a Non-Executive Director at Max Life Insurance and is a trustee of the Max India Foundation – the CSR arm for the Max Group of Companies. As the Managing Director & CEO of Max Healthcare, he provides strong leadership in helping Max Healthcare in achieving its vision of being the most admired healthcare company in India known for clinical and service excellence.
Dr Shubnum Singh
Chief Executive Max Institute of Health Education and Research
Dr Shubnum Singh an alumnus of Lady Hardinge Medical College, Delhi has 33 years of experience in the medical profession ranging from core medical practice as a Clinical Pathologist, Allergist & Hospital Administration.
A founder member of Max Healthcare Institute Ltd she was actively involved in strategizing and developing different verticals of the business including insurance and senior living. Her special interest in physician behavior led her to lead for the group, a program for setting the governance framework and templates
Sir Sam Everington
Chair of NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group.
Sir Anthony Herbert Everington OBE known as Sam Everington, is a GP in east London and chair of NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group. Under his chairmanship Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group was awarded Clinical Commissioning Group of the year by the Health Service Journal in November 2014. The judges praised the group’s “strong leadership, especially around clinical leadership, while retaining patient focus.
Dame Susan Mary "Sue" Bailey, DBE, FRCPsych (born 29 August 1950) is a British psychiatrist and academic who specialised in children's mental health. Since 2004, she has been Professor of Child Mental Health at the University of Central Lancashire. From 2011 to 2014, she was President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Since January 2015, she has been Chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.
Prof Terence Stephenson
Chair-General Medical Council
Professor Stephenson is chair of the General Medical Council (GMC). He is the Nuffield Professor of Child Health at University College London (UCL). He was formerly Dean of the Medical School and Professor of Child Health at the University of Nottingham from 2003−2009. He was President of the Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health from April 2009 until May 2012. He then took up the role of chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges in July 2012. In 2014 he was appointed as a panel member for the Independent Panel Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. As of March,2016, ten honorary Fellowships have been bestowed on Stephenson from colleges based in the UK, Ireland, Hong Kong and Australia.
Dr Tajek Hassan
President-Royal College of Emergency Medicine
Dr Taj Hassan has been a Consultant Emergency Physician (EP) in Leeds since 1999 and is the newly elected President of the RCEM. His presidential manifesto is focused on safer EM systems, creating satisfying and sustainable careers for the EP and finally on ensuring that we value our trainees so that they, as individuals, and we, as a College, may flourish! He continues to have a range of academic research interests including leadership development, acute decision support systems and neurological emergencies.
Ms. Yvonne Coghill OBE
Director of the Workforce Race Equality Standard Implementation Team
“Yvonne Coghill’s current role is as the Director of the Workforce Race Equality Standard Implementation Team. Yvonne started her career at Central Middlesex Hospital where she trained to be a Nurse, she is a registered general and mental health nurse as well as a Health Visitor. Yvonne has worked in the NHS for the last 40 years as a nurse and manager. The last 15 years have been spent at national level where Yvonne has worked to improve race equality in a variety of roles. Yvonne was awarded an OBE for services to healthcare in 2010”.
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Mr Jonathan Brown- Chief Operating Officer- Global Health Exchange, HEE
Ms Jane Cummings-Chief Nursing Officer-NHS England
Prof Sunil Bhandari- International Director-RCPE
Prof Raj Murali- Edge Hill University
Dr Srinivas Rao- CEO-Apollo Medskills Ltd
Dr Aseem Vohra-Indian High Commission
Dr Ram Narain- Executive Director-Kokilaben Dhirubhani Ambani Hospital, Mumbai
Dr Colin Melville- Director of Education and Standards, GMC
Dr Ajay Rajan Gupta-Indo-UK Institute of Health
Prof Russell D’Souza- Director of Education and Standards, Australia
Prof Sanjiv Kumar- Director-International Institute of Health Management Research, India
Dr Raj Kumar-Director -NHS Digital and Chair
Mr Mike Nithavriankis- MD -Castle Gordon Global Advisory Ltd
Ms Michelle Thompson-Head of Global Learners Programme
Prof Derek Bell- President-Chair in Acute Medicine
Mr Chris Born- Health Care UK-India Lead
Dr Neeraj Bhala, Prof Arun Jamkar, Dr Aseem Malhotra, Mr Jagtar Singh, Prof Mala Rao, Prof Bhupinder Sandhu, Dr Girendra Sadera, Prof Aneez Esmail, Prof Iqbal Singh, Dr Meena Nagpaul, Dr Amit Kochar, Dr Pooja Arora, Dr Sandeep Ranote, Dr Kamal Sidhu, Dr Taimur Yousaf, Mr Suresh Rao and many more..