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 HS&DR Prioritisation Panel (commissioned workstream)

The HS&DR Prioritisation Panel assesses outline proposals received through the commissioned workstream, primarily for importance to the NHS. The Panel also considers the need for research across a range of key topics, and helps to refine and develop commissioning briefs to be advertised to the researcher community. The Panel is composed of senior NHS managers and clinicians, academic experts and public contributors.

Chair

Dr David Steel,
Formerly Chief Executive, NHS Quality Improvement Scotland

Members

Dr Christine Barrett                                    
Independent healthcare workforce consultant
Mr Ed Macalister-Smith                            
Chief Executive, NHS Buckinghamshire Primary Care Trust
Jennifer Bostock
Public Contributor
Mr Alastair Mitchell-Baker                     
Director, Tricordant Ltd
Mr Martin Brand                                       
Head of Planning and Programme Management, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Una Rennard
Public Contributor
Dr Kath Checkland
Senior Academic Primary Care, University of Manchester
Dr Diana Rose                                       
Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry and Co-Director of Service User Research Enterprise (SURE), King’s College, London
Ms Hiroo Chothia                                        
Public contributor

 Mr Hugh Ross (Deputy Chair)                 
Independent Consultant and former NHS Trust Chief Executive

Mr Nigel Davies
Chief Nurse / Director of Public and Patient Affairs, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

 Mr David Selling                                           Head of Clinical Quality, NHS Medway

Dr Leroy Edozien                                        
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester
Dr Nicholas Steel
Senior Lecturer in Primary Care, University of East Anglia
Dr Tanya Huehns
Head of Patient Safety,
National Patient Safety Agency
Dr Shanti Vijayaraghavan                        
Consultant Physician and Associate Medical Director, Newham University Hospital Trust
Mr Hugh Janes                                            
Manager, Fareham Practice Based Commissioning
Dr Reg Walker                                            
Director, Elliott Walker Consultancy
Ms Marina Lupari                                         
Head of Nursing, Northern Health and Social Services Board

 Prof Louise Wallace                               
Professor of Psychology and Health, Research Director, University of Coventry

 

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