James Kingsland, OBE
Professor University of Central Lancashire, UK
James is a practicing clinician who is also a policy advisor, educator, writer, speaker and broadcaster, James is a physician in a nationally renowned, award winning General Practice and professor in the School of Medicine at the University of Central Lancashire. He is the co-creator of possibly the largest NHS reform programme for healthcare provision in a generation, the Primary Care Home, and author of a national programme to address health inequalities. He has twice served as a government advisor at the English Department of
Health and has also held advisory positions with NICE, CQC and NHSI. James has also served on the Board of 3 NHS hospitals. He was appointed an OBE in the Queen’s 2012 Diamond Jubilee Honours’ List for services to Medicine. Currently he is the longest serving medical presenter with the BBC. Most recently he has been appointed to the Isle of Man Government’s Cabinet Office to support their health and care transformation programme.