Re-Thinking Scotland's Health Care System: Getting to integration, care and prevention
Professor of Cancer Medicine, University of Oxford
Professor David Kerr has made an internationally recognised contribution to colorectal cancer care and research. He has published over 300 papers in scientific journals, authored over twenty books, and has been awarded 4 prestigious, international research prizes, including the NHS’s Nye Bevan award for Innovation. He has several patents; has founded two biotech companies (Celleron and Oxford Cancer Biomarkers). Elected Fellow of Academy of Medical Sciences in 2000 , President of European society of Medical Oncology ( 2009-2011) and Fellow of the European Academy of Cancer Sciences (2010).
Working with colleagues, he has built two new Institutes of Cancer Medicine in Birmingham (1992-2001) and Oxford (2001-current), and was awarded by UK Government for £100 million investment into cancer research networks. .
He Chaired the Cancer Services Collaborative (1999-2003), to deliver redesign programme to improve the NHS’ cancer service (awarded CBE, 2002). He has completed the “Kerr Report” (2006), a 20 year plan to reform Scotland’s NHS.
He co-chaired the Anglo-French Scientific committee celebrating the centenary of the Entente-Cordiale (2004) after the Queen and President Chirac nominated cancer research as their joint theme. He edited Europe’s leading cancer journal (Annals of Oncology), has been elected President of the European Society of Medical Oncology (8,000 members). He has established the first Network of India’s top cancer centres (www.indox.org.uk) , turning it into an internationally recognised trials network, has trained many young Indian oncologists and is active in China and the Middle East.
He has brought world-wide attention to the looming epidemic of cancer which will claim the lives of more than a million Africans every year. He organised the first ever African Cancer Reform convention in London (2007) and formed a new organisation, AfrOx (www.afrox.org) to aid national cancer planning in Africa.
Senior Associate, International Foundation for Integrated Care
Professor Anne Hendry
Clinical Lead for Integrated Care
Senior Associate, International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)
Honorary Professor, University of the West of Scotland
Honorary Clinical Associate Professor, University of Glasgow
Senior Advisor, Global Health Academy, University of Edinburgh
Anne is a geriatrician, stroke physician and clinical lead for Integrated Care with extensive experience of improving health and social care for adults with long term conditions in Scotland. She was the clinical lead for the national Reshaping Care for Older People programme and led on national action plans for Active and Healthy Ageing and for Multiple Conditions.
As a Senior Associate with the International Foundation for Integrated Care, Anne promotes the adoption and spread of innovation and good practice on population based, people centred integrated care. She chairs the Advisory Board of the International Centre for Integrated Care, IFICs hub in Scotland, and coordinates the Integrated Care Matters webinar series and special interest group on Intermediate Care. Anne leads a Work Package in the European Joint Action on Frailty and supports a range of regional, national and international leadership and knowledge exchange initiatives.
Anne is honorary professor at the University of the West of Scotland and holds honorary appointments with the University of Glasgow and the University of Edinburgh’s Global Health Academy. As a Board member of the ALLIANCE Health and Social Care Academy she champions the lens of lived experience to focus on the relational and human aspects of change.
Assistant Director, Audit Scotland
Claire has worked for Audit Scotland for ten years and is responsible for national audits of performance in primary and community care and housing. She has led on reviews of mental health, drugs and alcohol, the major pay contracts in the NHS, Community Health Partnerships and transport for health and social care. Before joining Audit Scotland Claire worked in acute and primary care trusts in the North East of England and for the Audit Commission. Her career started as a researcher and she has an MSc in Social Research.
International Health Informatics Consultant
Paul has just been elected as the UK representative on the International Medical Informatics Association. He is currently working as Head of Information Services in NHS Forth Valley. He also teaches on an online Masters in Global eHealth at Edinburgh University, and is a reviewer and evaluator for European Commission international R&D projects.
Formerly, he spent periods as an Informatics Consultant; Enterprise Architect in Scottish Government; Information Standard manager; Clinical Scientist and medical engineer. He has over 70 publications and conference presentations in more than twenty-five years of international R&D experience in healthcare IT. A clinical scientist by background, Paul has worked as software developer, analyst and project leader on many clinical information system developments. He has been actively involved in developing international standards in Health Informatics for twenty years and is on various EU and ISO committees. He has worked with the European Commission on reviews for EU funded projects.
He travels extensively from his base in Scotland
Chief Executive, The Cattanach Charitable Trust; Board Member, OSCR; and Member, Accounts Commission for Scotland
Dr Sophie Flemig is the Chief Executive of The Cattanach Charitable Trust.
She was previously the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission’s Director of Public Policy and combined her work on legal regulation with a wide range of experience from the private, public and third sectors. Previously, she led the University of Edinburgh Business School’s multidisciplinary Centre for Service Excellence as its Assistant Director. New approaches to regulation have been at the forefront of her research and engagement work, in particular including co-production and improvement goals across health and social care and the charitable sector. Sophie is also an expert in service design and management methodologies.
Prior to her academic career, Sophie worked as a management and digital consultant across Europe and North America, specialising in change management, learning and development, and internal marketing, in particular in financial services. Over the course of her career, she has advised global Fortune 100 companies, governments and third sector organisations. Sophie also has strong experience in non-executive roles, having been appointed by Scottish Ministers as a Member of the Accounts Commission for Scotland. At the Accounts Commission, the spending watchdog for local government in Scotland, Sophie has sponsored key audits on health and social care Integration and self-directed support and is supporting Audit Scotland staff in developing a knowledge base on community empowerment.
She holds a BA (Hon) in Philosophy, Politics and Economics and an M.Phil in Comparative Government from the University of Oxford (Brasenose College) as well as a PhD in Political Science and Public Policy from the University of Toronto, while currently completing her LLB with the University of London.
Chief Clinical Officer, Capgemini UK
As Chief Clinical Officer, Matthew provides clinical and healthcare expertise to Capgemini teams as well as acting as chief clinical information officer and Caldicott Guardian.
- Matthew worked clinically as an emergency physician
- He is clinical advisor to NHS Improvement SE region and previously clinical director for NHSI Emergency Care Improvement Programme.
- He is also Professor of Clinical Systems Design at Warwick Medical School. Research has focussed on patients safety, human factors, emergency systems design, clinical emergency care.
- He specialises in improving quality, safety and flow in emergency systems by innovation, systems redesign and by addressing Attitudes Behaviours and Culture.
- He has undertaken many clinical service reviews nationally and internationally. He is also an advisor to the World Health Organisation.
Member of the Scottish Parliament and former Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Health, Scottish Labour Party
Anas Sarwar has been a Member of the Scottish Parliament for the Glasgow region since the May 2016 election. He is a former Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Health for the Scottish Labour Party.
Policy Officer Scotland, Royal College of Occupational Therapists
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Overall this was a good day with very good speakers and presentations.