The King's Fund annual conference 2018

27 November - 28 November The King's Fund


  • 27 November
  • 28 November

Registration, networking and scavenger hunt

08:30 AM 10:00 AM

Breakfast session: The NHS at 100 – showcasing what the public want from the future of health care

09:00 AM 09:45 AM

Alan Campbell

Dr Mark Davies

Dr Rupert Dunbar-Rees

Dr Kyu Rhee

SESSION ONE: Place-based approaches to prevention and population health

10:00 AM 11:30 AM

David Buck

Shirley Cramer CBE

Durka Dougall

Professor Sir Chris Ham

Dr Ruth Hussey

Dr Geraint Lewis

Adrian Masters

Stephen Rosenthal

JW John Williford

Michael Wood

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

11:30 AM 12:00 PM

Breakout A: Wigan: a journey to citizen-led public health

12:00 PM 01:00 PM

Kate Ardern

LC Lynne Calvert

JM Jonathan McShane

Breakout B: Blackburn with Darwen: tackling the wider determinants of health at a population level

12:00 PM 01:00 PM

Claire  Driffield

Professor Dominic Harrison

Breakout C: Sheffield: a city-wide population public health approach

12:00 PM 01:00 PM

Dr Chris Chiswell

JD Jackie Drayton

GF Greg Fell

Breakout D: Bicester Healthy New Town: designing population health from scratch

12:00 PM 01:00 PM

Chris Naylor

Dr Rosie Rowe

Lunch, networking and scavenger hunt

12:45 PM 02:00 PM

SESSION THREE: Integrating care to improve population health

02:00 PM 03:15 PM

Suzie Bailey 

Anna  Charles

Matthew Kershaw

Michael Macdonnell

SM Sir Andrew Morris

Sarah Price 

WS Wendy Saviour

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

03:15 PM 03:35 PM

Breakout E: A journey to population health as an integrated care system

03:35 PM 04:35 PM

HA Helen Atkinson

Andy Cross

Durka Dougall

Breakout F: Using patient feedback and insight across a system

03:35 PM 04:35 PM

Samira Ben Omar

CG Ceinwen Giles

Dr Adrian Hayter

Dan Wellings

Breakout G: Leading across a system: in conversation with integrated care system leaders

03:35 PM 04:35 PM

Dame Ruth Carnall

Dr Karen Kirkham

David Pearson

Nicola Walsh

Breakout H: Data across integrated care systems

03:35 PM 04:35 PM

AB Aaron  Brizell

ED Emma Danton

CE Charlie Evans

CH Carolina Henning

EO Elaine O'Brien


04:40 PM 05:15 PM

Professor Sir Chris Ham

Registration, networking and scavenger hunt

08:00 AM 08:30 AM

Breakfast session: The NHS at 100

08:30 AM 09:15 AM

Julia  Bainbridge

Chantelle  Francis

Dr Nirupa  Murugaesu

RS Rav Seeruthun

Ministerial address

09:30 AM 09:50 AM

Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP

Richard Murray

SESSION ONE: Making sense of the past and present

09:55 AM 11:00 AM

Mark Doughty

Cllr Ian Hudspeth

PJ Paul Johnson

Richard Murray

RS Rachel Sylvester

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

11:00 AM 11:30 AM

SESSION TWO: The future – from planning to implementation

11:30 AM 12:45 PM

Siva Anandaciva

CC Cara Charles-Barks

ID Ian Dalton

JK Jackie Kennedy

Dr Matthew Lewis

Lunch, exhibition and networking

12:45 PM 01:45 PM

SESSION THREE: Public perception of the NHS

01:45 PM 03:00 PM

Suzie Bailey 

Dr Ian Bullock

Dr Rachel Clarke

Roger Davidson

TL Trish Longdon

CW Christie Watson

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

03:00 PM 03:20 PM

Breakout A: Public health and the public

03:20 PM 04:05 PM

David Buck

Harry Evans

Anna Quigley

Breakout B: Mental health and the public

03:20 PM 04:05 PM

MB Mark Brown

Gregor Henderson

Chris Naylor

Breakout C: Social care and the public

03:20 PM 04:05 PM

Simon Bottery

Tim Hughes

Anastasia Knox

Breakout D: NHS redesign and the public

03:20 PM 04:05 PM

Ian Gall

Ruth Robertson

SESSION FIVE: Closing plenary

04:10 PM 04:45 PM

Hilary Cottam

Professor Sir Chris Ham

Dr Andy Knox

Closing summary and close of conference

04:45 PM 04:45 PM





Siva Anandaciva

Chief Analyst
The King’s Fund
Siva is chief analyst in the policy team, leading on projects covering NHS funding, finances, productivity and performance.
Before joining the Fund in 2017, Siva was head of analysis at NHS Providers – the membership body for NHS trusts and foundation trusts – where he led a team focused on NHS finances, workforce and informatics. Previously, he was an analyst in the Department of Health working on medicines policy and urgent and emergency care. Siva has been a governor of the Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust since October 2014.

28 November

Kate Ardern

Director of Public Health
Wigan Council
Kate attended Manchester High School and read Medicine at Manchester University. She was awarded the RCGP Professor Patrick Byrne Prize for General Practice. Kate has an MSc in Epidemiology and Health and Membership of the Faculty of Public Health. She was awarded Fellowship of the Faculty of Public Health 2006. Kate has an Honorary Professorship at Salford University where she is a co-researcher on the NIHR funded evaluation of Greater Manchester’s innovative Communities in Charge of Alcohol programme. Kate is also a visiting professor at Chester University. Kate is Lead Director of Public Health for the Greater Manchester Combined Authority for Health Protection and Emergency Planning & Response, in addition to her substantive post as Director of Public Health for Wigan where she is also Chief Emergency Planning Officer and the Council’s Chief Commissioner for Leisure Services. She is currently lead DPH for the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership for alcohol and substance misuse, harm reduction and health protection transformation, including the development of a multi-agency antimicrobial resistance programme for the conurbation. Kate has led the Greater Manchester health protection sector-led improvement work on which she was asked to attend and give evidence to the House of Commons Health Select Committee as part of their inquiry into Public Health functions in England post 2013. Kate co-chairs the Greater Manchester Local Health Resilience Partnership and is a member of both the Greater Manchester Resilience Forum and the Greater Manchester High Rise Taskforce set up by Mayor Burnham in response to the Grenfell Fire. Since March 2016, Kate has been a trustee of the Royal Society of Public Health and she was one of the external experts consulted on the Scottish Government’s national public health review.

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Helen Atkinson

Executive Director, Health, Wellbeing and Adult Social Care
Surrey County Council 

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Suzie Bailey 

Director, Leadership and Organisational Development
The King’s Fund
Suzie leads the leadership and organisational development team at the Fund. She is passionate about improving care through the development of people and cultures.

Before joining the Fund, Suzie was the director of leadership and quality improvement at NHS Improvement, where her work included the design and delivery of the first national framework for improvement and leadership development in England. Before taking up a national role at Monitor in 2014, Suzie worked in the NHS for more than 25 years in acute, community and mental health providers. Suzie is a Health Foundation Generation Q fellow and led the creation of the Sheffield Microsystem Coaching Academy in partnership with the Dartmouth Institute in Massachusetts, US.

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Julia Bainbridge

Julia heads up the health practice at freuds, which looks after a range of public, private and third sector clients. Julia’s current portfolio includes Public Health England for which she oversees campaign communications across the three life stages – Starting Well (e.g. Change4Life), Living Well (e.g. Stoptober), and Ageing Well (e.g. Be Clear on Cancer). Julia has also built purpose platforms for clients such as The Estee Lauder Companies Breast Cancer Awareness and Deutsche Telekom, as well as for pharmaceutical clients including Roche and AbbVie. Julia has over ten years’ experience in health covering almost every disease area, for clients both globally and domestically, fusing corporate and consumer communications.

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Samira Ben Omar

Head of Systems Change, Integrated Care System
North West London
Samira has over 20 years’ experience of working in grassroots community and voluntary , public health, local authority and NHS commissioning sectors. She led on various health improvement and peer support programmes the development of the Community Champions Programme, a community asset based model of health and wellbeing; she was also Programme Lead for the London Clinical Senate Made in London - on creating a self-care commissioning framework for Young Adults. Samira is currently working on Integrated Care System for North West London Collaboration of CCGs as Head of Systems Change.

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Simon Bottery

Senior Fellow, Social care
The King’s Fund
Before joining The King’s Fund in September 2017, Simon spent almost 10 years as Director of Policy at the older people’s charity Independent Age, researching and campaigning on issues including care home quality, unmet needs for care, social care funding and the social care workforce. He was vice-chair of the Care and Support Alliance in 2017.

Simon has wide experience in policy, communications and journalism, including as Director of Communications at Citizens Advice. He has also worked for ActionAid, in the commercial sector for Guinness and in BBC local radio.

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Aaron Brizell

Population Health Programme Manager, Healthy Wirral
Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS FT

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Mark Brown

Development Director
Social Spider CIC

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David Buck

Senior Fellow, Public Health and Health Inequalities
The King's Fund
David works in the policy team. Before joining the Fund, David worked at the Department of Health as deputy director for health inequalities. He managed the Labour government's PSA target on health inequalities and the independent Marmot Review of inequalities in health. While in the Department he worked on many policy areas – including on diabetes, long-term conditions, dental health, waiting times, the pharmaceutical industry, childhood obesity and choice and competition – as an economic and strategy adviser. He has also worked at Guy's Hospital, King’s College London and the Centre for Health Economics in York where his focus was on the economics of public health and behaviours and incentives.

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Dr Ian Bullock

Chief Executive Officer
Royal College of Physicians
Ian has expertise in evidence-based healthcare, research and development (including quality improvement), critical care clinical practice, and clinical and higher education.

Ian’s career focus is on ‘making a difference’, using education and research to improve the quality of patient care and experience. Ian is executive lead for education at the Resuscitation Council (UK), a fellow of the Health Foundation (Quality Improvement and Leadership), an associate fellow of the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement and the School of Health and Social Studies at the University of Warwick, and has also fulfilled advisory roles at the Department of Health.

28 November


Lynne Calvert

Service Manager – Live Well
Wigan Council
Following an early career which included catering, pub singing and sales, alongside being primary carer for an older sister, Lynne returned to learning in an attempt to make up for leaving school at 16 with minimal qualifications. After achieving two A Levels she became seriously ill, and over a period of 7 years had in excess of 20 operations. During this period, as part of her recovery plan, she embarked on an OU degree course. Towards the end of the six years it took to complete she became involved in volunteering and community development, in turn this led to her to return to work, and into Public Health – an area which has proved to be a natural home, albeit by accident rather than design. Her experience as carer, patient and in sales have all informed the approaches taken over the past ten years to improve the health of Wigan residents.

27 November

Alan Campbell

Senior Health Consultant
IBM Watson Health

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Dame Ruth Carnall

The King's Fund
Ruth Carnall is Chairman at CF. Ruth has extensive experience as a chief executive at NHS London. In this capacity, she oversaw a city wide programme of performance improvement and strategic change. The results of this work are widely recognised in the UK and internationally.

Ruth has worked at all levels of the NHS for over 30 years and worked as an independent consultant with various public and private sector clients. These included the Department of Health, Monitor, Health Authorities, NHS Trusts, pharmaceutical companies as well as the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit, the Cabinet Office, the Home Office and the Ministry of Justice. Ruth also has experience as a non-executive Partner of a public company, chair of a private company and trustee of a charity. Ruth is also a member of the Board of Trustees at The King's Fund.

Ruth has a strong reputation in leadership development and the creation of high performing teams. She is frequently asked to speak about her experience in the UK and abroad.

27 November

Anna  Charles

Senior Policy Adviser to the Chief Executive
The King’s Fund
Anna works on a range of areas including NHS reform, new models of care and community services. She conducts research and analysis, as well as working closely with local and national health system leaders.

Since joining the Fund in 2015, Anna has published work on community health services, social care, financial pressures in the NHS and the development of new care models and integrated care systems. In 2018, she acted as a specialist adviser to the House of Commons Health Select Committee during its inquiry into integrated care.

Before joining the Fund, Anna worked as a doctor at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. She holds a medical degree and a degree in health care ethics and law from the University of Birmingham.

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Cara Charles-Barks

Chief Executive
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust

28 November

Dr Chris Chiswell

Consultant in Public Health Medicine
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Christopher Chiswell is deputy director of strategy and consultant in public health medicine at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust. Having completed medical training in the West Midlands, and working as an anaesthetist in the North West, he returned to Birmingham and the Black Country for public health training, completing his Masters in Public Health with distinction in 2009.

Having completed specialist training, he was appointed as the first public health consultant within an acute NHS Trust in the West Midlands in 2013, where he has built an internal population healthcare strategy function, as well as extending the Trust’s collaboration within the region on the wider determinants of health. He is also deputy training programme director for Public Health in the West Midlands, and holds an honorary contract with the University of Birmingham.

27 November

Dr Rachel Clarke

Palliative Care Doctor, Author, Journalist and Activist
Before training as a doctor, Rachel was a television journalist, producing and directing current affairs documentaries. She was at the forefront of the campaign against the government’s imposition of a new junior doctor contract, arguing in print and on screen that unfunded ‘seven-day NHS’ plans would irrevocably damage the NHS. Her Sunday Times bestselling book, Your Life in My Hands, reveals what life is really like on an overstretched NHS frontline.
Rachel specialises in palliative medicine. She believes strongly in the importance of helping patients at the end of life live as richly and fully as possible – and in the power of human stories to help achieve political and social change.

28 November

Hilary Cottam

Author, Innovator and Social Entrepreneur
Hilary is a social entrepreneur. Her career started with an international focus: she worked in Northern Ethiopia, with Care International in Latin America and as an urban poverty specialist at the World Bank, based in Washington D.C., working in Southern Africa.

Today Hilary is focused on reforming the British welfare state. Her work starts where the great 20th century welfare designer Sir William Beveridge left off. Hilary challenges us to stop trying to reform out of date institutions and instead look at how modern solutions might start with people and communities, fostering their capabilities.

Innovative, practical work includes: a prison re-design; services for older people; new thinking on modern work; a family led programme where those with multiple needs design their own way forward. The new services and enterprises created by Hilary with communities across Britain have had an impact on the lives of many thousands.

Ultimately it’s all about relationships: Hilary’s work shows how we need to turn an industrial, transactional mind set on its head and build our connections with one another into every aspect of social change.

Hilary was educated at Oxford, Sussex and the Open Universities. She was awarded her PhD in 1999.

In 2005 Hilary was voted UK Designer of the Year for her groundbreaking work and in 2007 the World Economic Forum nominated Hilary as a Young Global Leader. Her work has been widely featured from Rolling Stone to Fast Company and in the UK national and international press.

28 November

Shirley Cramer CBE

Chief Executive
Royal Society for Public Health
Shirley has been the CEO of the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) since 2013. RSPH works across the UK and internationally to improve and protect the public’s health and wellbeing.
She chairs the ‘People in UK Public Health’ advisory group, a cross-government committee which advises on the future of the workforce for the public’s health, and she is Vice-Chair of the Public Health System Group in England. Prior to this she has been a CEO in education charities in both the USA and UK and a non-executive in the public and voluntary sectors.

She is a member of the Global Advisory Board of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in the US and a Commissioner on the RSA Food, Farming and Countryside Commission. She chairs think tank British Future, and is a trustee of Alzheimer’s Research UK.

27 November

Andy Cross

Interim Consultant in Public Health
Surrey Heartlands Academy and Surrey County Council 
Andy is the Surrey Heartlands Academy Public Health lead. His responsibilities include population health management and evaluation strategy development within the Surrey Heartlands Partnership. He is currently leading a task and finish group to establish the Surrey Office of Data Analytics (SODA), a virtual team of analysts that will build a joint understanding of the local health and care system and deliver insights that drive public service improvement.

Andy trained and worked as a clinical doctor in South Wales before specialising in Public Health. He worked in Kingston Council and the Mayor of London’s Health Team as lead on air quality before moving to Surrey County Council and then the Academy. Particular interests include data-driven models of care, collaborative working to reduce health inequalities and influencing the built environment to improve population health.

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Ian Dalton

Chief Executive
NHS Improvement

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Emma Danton

Informatics Project Manager, Population Health
Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS FT

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Roger Davidson

Director of Engagement and Communications for Health System Transformation
NHS England
Roger Davidson is NHS England’s Director of Engagement and Communications for Health System Transformation.

He helps lead the drive to ensure the health and care system adapts to meet the population’s changing needs by integrating care. This means hospitals, GP practices and local authorities acting early to keep people healthy and providing high quality joined up services when needed.

In addition to leading on communication and engagement across England, Roger has responsibility for developing integrated care in the south east.

Previously Roger was NHS England’s Head of Media and Public Affairs where he helped the NHS set out a new direction for healthcare, including in key areas like urgent care, general practice, cancer and mental health.

He was Head of Communications at the NHS Confederation and Head of External Affairs at what is now the Care Quality Commission, leading high-profile communications in areas such as the NHS performance ratings and regulatory interventions, notably at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust.

Prior to this, Roger was the lead spokesman for British business as Head of News for the Confederation of British Industry. He began his NHS career working for trusts and health authorities, in particular the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the East Berkshire Community Health NHS Trust.

His career in communications started with Oxfam during the refugee crisis in Rwanda.

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Dr Mark Davies

Chief Medical Officer Europe
IBM Watson Health

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Durka Dougall

Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development
The King's Fund
Durka is a senior consultant in the Leadership and Organisational Development team. Before joining the Fund, Durka worked for NHS Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group as Head of Population Health Improvement and Transformation supporting 13 health and care organisations to improve the health of 600,000 people across two London boroughs. She has also worked for Health Education England as a public health consultant and quality improvement specialist. Previously, Durka worked in trauma and orthopaedic surgery at King’s College Hospital and as a senior NHS commissioning manager in London.

Durka has experience of working across local, regional and international organisations to improve health and care by understanding needs, designing interventions to address these, evaluating outcomes, supporting system re-design and leading change on a large scale. Durka holds a Masters in health care leadership, a Masters in public health, a Fellowship in public health and was named NHS Emerging Leader of the Year by the London Leadership Academy in 2014.

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Mark Doughty

Patient Leader, and Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development
The King's Fund
Mark is part of the leadership and organisational development team and he brings an in-depth knowledge and experience of developing patient and community leaders to the Fund. His work focuses on supporting the development of new relationships between patients, communities, and health and care professionals by embedding collaborative and partnership working across the health and care system. He is currently the co-director of the Leading Collaboratively with Patients and Communities programme at the Fund.

Mark is co-founder and director of The Centre for Patient Leadership. He has designed a number of award-winning patient leader programmes and advised organisations, including NHS England, on patient leadership. He has consulted on and facilitated the development of organisational cultures that support new relationships (including collaborative and partnership working) between staff, patients and local communities. He also works as an executive coach supporting senior leaders with their personal and professional development.

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Jackie Drayton

Cabinet Member for Children and Families
Sheffield City Council

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Claire  Driffield

Market Development Manager (Health and Social Care)
Citizens Advice
Claire is the Health and Social Care lead for National Citizens Advice. Working in every local authority area in England and Wales, local Citizens Advice helps people find a way forward by tackling key determinants of poor health and health inequality such as low income, debt, poor housing and employment.

27 November

Dr Rupert Dunbar-Rees

Chief Executive Officer
Outcomes Based Healthcare

Dr Rupert Dunbar-Rees is Founder/CEO of Outcomes Based Healthcare, and a GP by background. He trained in Medicine at Imperial College, gaining a degree in Orthopaedics from University College London. He was a Partner in general practice for five years before joining the Dept of Health, London for three years, as Clinical Lead on the Commercial Team. He led the clinical work stream on a £1.25BN NHS procurement programme, resulting in 265 new GP surgeries across the UK. Rupert was selected for the Value Based Healthcare Delivery course at Harvard Business School, where he studied the principles underpinning outcomes based approaches to healthcare globally. He holds a finance MBA with distinction from CASS Business School in the City, with an award-winning research dissertation on the healthcare market in England. Rupert is a BMJ published author and peer reviewer on competition in healthcare, and health outcomes. In 2016, Rupert was selected as one of eight NHS Innovation Fellows by NHS England.

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Charlie Evans

Engagement Leader

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Harry Evans

Researcher, Health Policy
The King’s Fund
Harry is a researcher in the policy team. Before joining the Fund in 2016, Harry worked for three years at Ipsos MORI’s Social Research Institute, focusing on health research, working with a range of health sector organisations, including NHS England and the Department of Health. At Ipsos MORI, Harry worked on the GP Patient Survey, and also had a special interest in speaking to the public about their health data and in emerging health technologies.

He holds a Masters in European language, culture and history from UCL.

28 November


Greg Fell

Director of Public Health
Sheffield City Council

27 November

Chantelle Francis

Generation Z participant, NHS100 research project

28 November

Ian Gall

Patient Representative
NHS Dorset CCG
Ian Gall started his career with the BBC, becoming a producer, director and presenter in both local and national radio and television. He then worked in corporate television and communications for the rest of his career, working with large and small companies using employee and corporate communications to explain new ways of working and change.

Over the past five years, he’s become involved with his GP Practice’s Patient Participation Group (PPG) as well as NHS Dorset CCG as a Patient and Public Involvement Representative (PPIR). He sits as an Individual Member on NHSE’s Specialised Commissioning Assurance Group (PPVAG) and he is also a PPV Peer Trainer.

In 2017, he became Chair of the Our Dorset Integrated Care System, Public Engagement Group – 25 local people with a diverse range of lived experience who provide a sounding board and constructive challenge to the portfolios of work across the ICS.

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Ceinwen Giles

Shine Cancer Support

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Professor Sir Chris Ham

Chief Executive
The King's Fund
Chris leads the Fund’s work. He rejoined the Fund in 2010, having previously worked here between 1986 and 1992. He has held posts at the universities of Birmingham, Bristol and Leeds and is currently emeritus professor at the University of Birmingham. He is an honorary fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London and The Royal College of General Practitioners.

Chris was director of the strategy unit in the Department of Health between 2000 and 2004, has advised the WHO and the World Bank, and has acted as a consultant to a number of governments. He has been a non-executive director of the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, and a governor of the Health Foundation and the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation.

Chris researches and writes on all aspects of health reform and is a sought-after speaker. He was awarded a CBE in 2004 for his services to the NHS and an honorary doctorate by the University of Kent in 2012.

In 2018, Chris Ham received a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to health policy and management.

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Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP

Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
Department of Health
Matt Hancock MP was appointed Secretary of State for Health and Social Care on 9 July 2018.

He was Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport from 8 January 2018 to 9 July 2018. He was previously Minister of State for Digital from July 2016 to January 2018.

Matt Hancock is the MP for West Suffolk, having been elected in the 2010 general election. From 2010 Matt served as a backbencher on the Public Accounts Committee and the Standards & Privileges Committee. Matt entered government in September 2012 and has served in a number of Ministerial Roles, including for skills and business, and as Paymaster General. He oversaw the expansion of apprenticeships, and championed the digital transformation of government.

From July 2016 he served at DCMS as Minister of State for Digital and was responsible for broadband, broadcasting, creative industries, cyber and the tech industry.

Before entering politics, Matt worked for his family business, as an economist at the Bank of England, and as Chief of Staff to the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer. He holds degrees from Oxford and Cambridge Universities.

28 November

Professor Dominic Harrison

Director of Public Health
Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council
Dominic Harrison is the Director of Public Health for Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council, a member of the Blackburn with Darwen CCG Board and a Visiting Professor at the University of Central Lancashire.

His has previously worked as Deputy Regional Director of Public Health for the Department of Health in the Government Office Northwest; also for NICE and the Health Development Agency as Associate Director for the North West Region.
Dominic has worked on a number of public health system reviews in Central and Eastern Europe for the World Health Organisation and was recently a member of the Marmot European Review team who published ‘WHO (2013) The Review of Soccial Determinants and the Health Divide in the WHO European Region’. He has written on public health issues for the Guardian, the Local Government Chronicle and the BMJ. His principal professional interests are related to health governance, life expectancy , health and the eonomy and the health outcome implications of poverty,inequality, social justice and sustainable development

27 November

Dr Adrian Hayter

GP and Locality Lead, Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead
NHS East Berkshire CCG
Dr Hayter has been a GP in the Windsor area for nearly 20 years and a Clinical Commissioning Chair for Windsor Ascot and Maidenhead CCG since it’s authorisation without condition in April 2013 until the merger with 2 other CCGs in 2018. He has previously supported the Primary Care Commissioning agenda in roles relating to Older age care and represented health on local Older age partnership boards in both PCGs and PCTs as well as supporting local Falls initiatives in East Berkshire. He has supported the development of a “A new vision of care” locally and leads work on frailty within the Frimley integrated care system. He also is cofounder of the Frimley ICS 2020 Leadership development programme and a member of the Frimley Leadership Academy Executive Board. He has a clinical leader role supporting the Local Health and Care Record Exemplar for Thames Valley and Surreycovering a population of over 3 million people.

He is currently a board member of NHSCC which supports clinical commissioning at national level. He continues to provide GP services for patients of his practice and has in the past contributed to the development of a local out of hours GP service as a Medical Director. His overall passion is to effect change by working as a Collaborative Leader building communities with a healthier future.

27 November

Gregor Henderson

Strategic Adviser for Mental Health and Wellbeing
Public Health England
Gregor Henderson is the Strategic Adviser for Mental Health and Wellbeing, for Public Health England (PHE), a national agency responsible for protecting and improving the public’s health and reducing health inequalities. Gregor has been with PHE since its inception from April 2013. In addition to his strategic role, Gregor is working on a national mental health campaign, global mental health, wellbeing and communities.

Previously, he was Adviser to the Department of Health for 2 years, following his leadership of a national public mental health programme for the National Mental Health Development Unit in England from 2008 to 2012. From 2003-2008, Gregor was the Director of the Scottish Government’s innovative and internationally renowned National Programme for Improving Mental Health and Wellbeing.

Gregor is on the Board of the Wellbeing What Works Centre, and is the Chair of the Research Advisory Group for the Place2 Be, a national children’s mental health. Gregor is also an active member of the International initiative for Mental Health Leadership (IIMHL).

Gregor believes in combining policy, research, practice, communities and people’s lived exp