The multiple long-term conditions Committee will challenge and advise us on how to maximise impact, capture insights and effectively influence on this complex issue.
Duncan is the founding Chief Executive of Public Health England. Prior to 2013, he was Chief Executive of Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals, the regional teaching hospital for the south east of England. From 2003 to 2007 he was the Director General of Programmes and Performance for the NHS and subsequently its first Director General of Commissioning.
Dr Ian Abbs is Medical Director, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. In addition to his clinical work, Ian was closely involved in work to integrate with Lambeth and Southwark community services.
Dr Pete Seaman has acted as Associate Director for Glasgow Centre Population Health (GCPH) since July 2016. GCPH generates insights and evidence to support the development of new approaches to address the social and system-wide determinants of population health outcomes.
Rachel is the Chief Executive Officer at Doteveryone, a London-based think tank staffed by researchers, designers, technologists, and makers who explore how technology is changing society.
Mark Kewley is the Director of Transformation and Performance at NHS Southwark CCG.
Nicola Kingston is active as a citizen representative, was previously Healthwatch Lambeth Co-chair, and sat on the Health and Wellbeing board and the CCG. Nicola is a carer, and prior to retiring, worked in Public Health, and in Housing and Regeneration.
Professor Sir Sam Everington MBBS, MRCGP, Barrister, OBE Sam has been a GP in Tower Hamlets since 1989, is chair of Tower Hamlet's CCG, NHSE national lead for new models of care, and a Board member of NHSCC. He is also part of the Bromley By Bow GP partnership.
Martin has over two decades experience in frontline clinical services having trained as a general and vascular surgeon and then been a GP partner in an ex-mining community in Derbyshire.
Faisel has worked in the field of financial exclusion for over 20 years. He set up the UKs first microcredit programme in London’s east end, and launched Fair Finance, a social enterprise tackling financial exclusion in the UK. He is an Ashoka Fellow and recognised as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. In 2014 he was awarded an OBE for services to Community Finance, and an honorary doctorate by the University of East London in 2015.
Richard is the CEO of GoodPeople, a London-based social enterprise. Richard and his team have spent several years delivering high-impact employment and skills programmes across Lambeth and Southwark. Their current focus is developing skills matching technology that harness the talents of diverse communities across the UK, by supporting new forms of data-driven collaboration between public, private and social sector partners.