The Faculty is governed by a Trustee Board. Members of the Board, as trustees, have the ultimate legal responsibility for the Faculty. The Trustee Board comprises the Chair of Council, Vice Chair, Hon Secretary and Hon Treasurer and three Lay Trustees.
Council, which reports to the Trustee Board, has delegated responsibility for the practice of clinical informatics as a profession, which includes all the professional, clinical and educational functions of the Faculty. Council members are elected by the fellows and members of the Faculty.
A Chartered Accountant recently retired from a lifetime career with the professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers. Bill learned the value of data and good information when investigating businesses for clients and had extensive involvement in developing large IT systems for the firm, both in the UK and globally. Latterly he focussed on risk management and on corporate and auditor regulation, becoming the Ethics Partner for the PricewaterhouseCoopers. He has also previously been Treasurer, and then Chair, of a disabled adult training organisation. With parents and grandparents having been medics and nurses, Bill has always been interested in and passionate about the NHS.
Yinka is an experienced healthcare and technology Leader, Entrepreneur, and ex Pharmacist. With a demonstrable track record in programme management; innovation strategy and delivery in healthcare; partnerships development (domestic and international); healthcare policy; building innovation ecosystems; leadership education; and digital health market evaluation.
She has been Programme Director at DigitalHealth.London (DH.L) since March 2016. Prior to this, she led a number of quality improvement projects for Imperial College Health Partners, one of the founding partners of DH.L. Yinka has spent more than 25 years in healthcare. She has held both delivery and business development leadership roles in global IT outsourcing consultancies – Accenture and CSC. Yinka practised as a front-line Pharmacist for 12 years across England, Singapore and Australia. Working within primary care, acute care, mental health and pharma.
Dr John Williams
A GP retired after 30 years, currently working as Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey, involved in providing advice and teaching around clinical informatics and in research using GP data. Dr Williams is a past chair of the Joint GP IT Committee and was previously clinical adviser to PRIMIS+ and more recently national clinical safety lead to the GP2GP record transfer project, which has led to the safe transfer of the full electronic patient record now being the norm in England, when patients change practices.
Professor Jonathan Kay
Dr Nicholas Booth
A Strategic Advisor in Health Informatics at Newcastle University and Chief Information Officer of the Connected Health Cities North East and North Cumbria NHSA Project. Dr Booth has been a practising health Informatician since the late 1980s with principal interests in health and care record interoperability, Health Terminologies, Professional Record Standards in Health and Social Care, and the creation of federable regional inter-organisational health and social care information networks.
Dr Paul Campbell
A clinician with two decades of experience, Dr Campbell qualified initially as a Pharmacist before switching to Medicine and becoming a Consultant Anaesthetist. He has held many Clinical eHealth Lead roles in Scottish Boards and is now a Clinical Director for eHealth for NHS National Services Scotland and a Clinical Advisor to the Scottish Government eHealth Department. Dr Campbell has been the Chair of the eHealth Clinical Change Leadership Group (CCLG) since 2011. This group provides Clinical Leadership and Sponsorship for the broad range of developments within the national eHealth strategy. Dr Campbell brings a frontline, user-centric focus to the broad landscape of eHealth and Clinical Informatics.
Ms Ann Slee
Professor John Williams
Mr Keith Strahan
Dr Alan Hassey
Dr Anne Marie Cunningham
Dr Manpreet Pujara
Dr John Lockley
Dr Justin Whatling