Engaging NHS England

On 14 October 2013 the Academy of Medical Sciences hosted a dinner with Sir Malcolm Grant CBE, Chair of NHS England, to discuss research in the NHS. The dinner was chaired by the Academy’s President Sir John Tooke and attended by a number of Fellows.

NHS England is the public body responsible for the day-today operation, budget and planning of the NHS in England.

On 14 October 2013 the Academy of Medical Sciences hosted a dinner with Sir Malcolm Grant CBE, Chair of NHS England, to discuss research in the NHS.  The dinner was chaired by the Academy’s President Sir John Tooke and attended by a number of Fellows.

The aim of the dinner was to discuss with Sir Malcolm how NHS England would approach its statutory duty to promote research and use evidence obtained from research, as well as for Sir Malcolm to hear experiences from clinical academics about research in the NHS.

A range of issues was discussed, including patient data, education and workforce, and metrics for clinical commissioning groups (CCGs).  Sir Malcolm expressed his commitment to supporting research and innovation in the NHS and it was agreed that a continued dialogue would be important.

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