More Completing the Picture 2020 Speakers to be announced soon
Dr Ron Daniels
NHS Consultant in Intensive Care & Chief Executive of the UK Sepsis Trust
Ron Daniels is an NHS Consultant in Intensive Care, based in Birmingham, UK. He’s Chief Executive of the UK Sepsis Trust and serves on the Executive Committee of the Global Sepsis Alliance. Ron has operationally transformed the delivery of reliable sepsis care in the UK and beyond, through his creation of the Red Flag Sepsis recognition tool and the Sepsis 6 treatment pathway. In 2016 he was awarded the British Empire Medal for services to patients.
James Walker is a seasoned IT professional in healthcare having worked in a variety of roles in the public and private sector. His role in health developed from his teaching and youth work background, working with socially excluded young people, those in the care of the Local Authority and disenfranchised young people to train and empower them with IT skills.
He has over 22 years experience working in a variety of health and care settings as a Project Lead, Programme Manager and as a CIO. James is
currently the Integrating Care Programme Lead for NHS Digital leading on the Transfer of Care (ToC) for discharge summaries from Acute Hospitals to GP Practices.
Sally started athletics life as a pentathlete and long jumper with the Essex Ladies’ Club. Her explosive power made her a decent junior sprinter and she soon began to concentrate on the 100m hurdles. Gold at the Edinburgh Commonwealth Games of 1986 seemed to confirm Gunnell’s prowess at sprint hurdling, but by 1987 she was being encouraged to look at longer distances. In 1989, she took Gold at the European Cup 400m flat race in Gateshead; her speed endurance and mental toughness were becoming apparent.By 1990, she was hurdling again – with great success. She won the 1990 Commonwealth Games 400m hurdles title in Auckland; Gunnell had found her perfect event and grew rapidly in stature.
Strategic Service and Workforce Policy Analyst and Development Specialist
Dr. Oakley has over 40 years’ health and public service experience in both operational management and policy research and development. She has worked extensively with national policy-makers and Trust boards, executive directors and senior clinicians, and with service managers and clinical practitioners, in developing their strategies to deliver affordable public services. She has worked in management and organisational development; restructuring organisations and clinical care systems; designing and delivering skill-mix reviews and reprofiling programmes; conducting value for money audits and managing subsequent change programmes; and preparing strategic workforce and education and training investment plans.