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Cheryl McKay
NAPC Faculty

Cheryl has a professional background as a Paediatric Nurse and Health Visitor.  Cheryl has 30 plus years’ experience in bringing about change & transformation across public, private and non-profit sectors. Cheryl can provide bespoke solutions to…

Martin Smith
NAPC Faculty

A senior finance professional with Board level experience in the private sector as well as within the NHS. Following a successful career in Investment Banking, Martin spent eight years at Monitor/NHSI where he led the…

Scott Maslin
NAPC Faculty

Scott has over 20 years of experience leading health and care system transformation. Working across the UK, USA, Europe and Australia he has advised government leaders through to frontline staff on the development of integrated care…

Jeremy Martin
NAPC Faculty

Jeremy Martin worked in the NHS for 25 years, most recently as Director of Transformation at an acute hospital in the South West.  From 2013-2019 he was the Programme Director of the Symphony Programme in…

Jag Mundra
NAPC Faculty

Jag leads NAPC’s  evaluation and population analytics work. He specialises in the management and application of operational research, quantitative analysis and modelling techniques to support business decision-making. He has substantial experience of the range of…

Giles Mahoney
NAPC Faculty

Giles has worked in and around the NHS for over 25 years with recent experience of both the emerging ICSs and leadership in an NHS Trust. He worked for 6 years as a Trust Board…

Paul Gray
NAPC Faculty

Paul is a strategy and system development specialist who supports leaders, teams and organisations in health and care systems to develop, agree and lead strategic change. Appreciated for his clear thinking, facilitative style, ability to…

Andy Mullins
NAPC Faculty

Andy is an experienced facilitator, team coach and change leader. He has more than 30 years of experience facilitating change across both public, and private sectors. He works with teams, organisations and systems, to help…

Jack Short
NAPC Faculty

Jack has more than 20 years development experience in Health and Social Care. He is a senior transformation and change expert, specialising in delivering value through effective leadership, management and engagement. Jack has worked in…

Julia Sutton-Mcgough
NAPC Faculty

Julia has an established record of leading and delivering strategic projects in the pharmaceutical industry, charity sector, business sector and NHS.  Julia was an executive board member in the Charity sector and was a non-executive…

Dr Pooja Sikka
NAPC Faculty

Pooja has had an accomplished 15-year portfolio career in healthcare. She is a practising General Practitioner in London and has previously taken roles in general practice turnaround, NHS commissioning and as a clinical advisor, alongside…

Joanna Fox
NAPC Faculty

Joanna sits within the digital team on NAPC Faculty, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge from an organisational, operational and project management perspective. With a background spanning many sectors from health/fitness and sports, hospitality,…

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Community Health and Wellbeing Workers Episode 3

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You can now read Dr. Johnny Marshall’s (NAPC Senior Leadership Team) piece in ‘Healthcare Leader’ on how Community Health and Wellbeing Workers present a solution to health inequality and challenge the principle of an NHS based on clinical need.

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