For services to Disability Awareness. Dr Dyer also holds the position of Associate Medical Director for Long Term Conditions and Transformation and has a long-standing interest in integrated care models, patient self-management and prevention in long term conditions.
He set up the Memory Clinic in Manchester and helped establish the old age liaison psychiatry service at Wythenshawe Hospital. He was awarded a doctorate with honours by University of Glasgow in and has been a consultant at the Royal Free since The practice was a dispensing practice, operating at the time from the house, covering square miles.
For voluntary service to Education in Castlederg Co. For services to People with Learning Disabilities. For services to Healthcare Technology and Information. For services to the Advocacy of Design in the Built Environment. He graduated in medicine from Glasgow University intraining in psychiatry at the Maudsley Hospital and Institute of Psychiatry in London.
Tina has worked in the voluntary sector, across disability, in academia, with regulators and governing bodies as a trainer, researcher and consultant.
She then went on to work for a national charity for a further four years as a quality officer. Kate spent the majority of her nursing career working in the community as a District Nurse, before moving into Commissioning. He continues to argue the case for NHS reform.
He joined the organisation from his former role as Director of the London Health Economics Consortium at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, where he remains an honorary visiting professor. Chief Executive Officer, Interims for Development. Caroline was appointed to the role of Chair of the British Dietetic Association in