Our Faculty

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The experts

We have a cross section of experts who are developing both the programme of therapy areas plus the curriculum and content for the tools and training.

Our philosophy is that the programme needs to be developed and delivered by clinical pharmacists for clinical pharmacists as part of an expert peer to peer network.

We also have diverse participants and skills as part of our i2i Network faculty.

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Anthony Singh

Anthony Singh is Lead Clinical Pharmacist for Northwest Leicestershire PCN, where he manages a team of 20 Pharmacy team members across 12 GP surgeries. He has set up a NHS based Menopause Clinic and Women’s health hub accessible by patients from the whole of Northwest Leicestershire, with the view to...

Janine David

GP partner and trainer

Dr Janine David is also an associate specialist in andrology at The Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend. She has a special interest in male and female sexual dysfunction, with a particular interest in testosterone deficiency and erectile dysfunction. She is medical director of Men’s Health Wales, founding...

Dr Louise Newson

Dr Louise Newson is a GP and pioneering menopause specialist. She is passionate about increasing awareness and knowledge of the perimenopause and menopause, and campaigns for better menopause care for all women.

Carolyn Harris

Carolyn has undertaken many frontbench roles and now sits as a Backbencher and Chairs the All Party Parliamentary Groups on Gambling Related Harm, Beauty & Wellbeing and Menopause. She also sits on the Women and Equalities and Home Affairs Select Committees and co-chairs the Government’s Menopause Taskforce.

Dr Radhika Vohra

Dr Radhika Vohra MBChB, BMedSci, DCH, MRCGP(2006), DFRSH & FRT Radhika qualified from the University of Birmingham Medical School and works as a NHS & Private GP in Surrey. Whilst enjoying all challenges of primary care; her interests are Women’s Health, Menopause and Education.

Alison Manson

Alison has led on the development of Group Consultations in the UK over the last 6 years.

Her background is in nursing and organisational development and she has led on many large scale NHS change programmes. She’s passionate about putting the patient at the centre of healthcare change & innovation.

Helen Williams

Recently appointed as the incoming National Clinical Director for CVD Prevention, Helen is a Consultant Pharmacist for Cardiovascular Disease and Clinical and Care Professional Lead for Long-Term Conditions for the South East London Integrated Care System.

Professor Raj Thakkar

Raj trained at UCL and in the Oxford Deanery. His varied roles include working as a GP partner since 2004, primary care cardiology lead for the Oxford Health Innovation Network and national primary care workstream co-lead for the cardiac transformation programme (NHSE).

Rachana Bhatt

Rachana is the Senior Implementation Manager for UCLPartners. Her role involves the design and delivery of the implementation of the UCLPartners Proactive Care frameworks and CVDACTION within Mid and South Essex.