A general and programme manager, strategist and knowledge specialist. Nick has a broad background in the health sector working with public and non-governmental organisations in a board-level
management, specialist or consultative capacity. He has worked internationally and at local, regional and national levels.
Originally working in developing countries, Nick acquired experience of child health, programme evaluation and relief planning. He then moved into roles in the NHS and the Department of Health focusing on policy analysis, information management and information strategy.
After moving to Sydney, he was Director of Strategy and Information for a teaching hospital, winning plaudits for its innovative approaches to technology adoption and service delivery. Nick then became Chief Advisor on Health Information to the New Zealand Ministry of Health before returning to the UK.
From 2001 to 2011 Nick held several senior positions in the NHS including at the Modernisation Agency and Institute for Innovation and Improvement. His focus has been on strategy, innovation, information management and knowledge sharing and learning. Since 2012, Nick has undertaken various strategic assignments for charities, health sector organisations and companies.
For a number of years, Nick has been supporting a programme to develop and introduce trypanosome resistant cattle to sub-Saharan Africa.
Nick has degrees in Biochemistry, Public Health Nutrition and Computer Science. His PhD (2003) focused on various aspects of the alignment of strategy and leadership.
Nick is an experienced and effective strategist, communicator and facilitator.
Nick is a Trustee of the Meningitis Research Foundation.
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