Meet Our Advisory Board

Minal Bakhai

I’m Minal. Research from across multiple organisational settings including the NHS tells us that knowledge can be ‘sticky’.
This chimes with my experience during the pandemic. I’m keen we continue to build on this learning and help create an environment that enables us to effectively share knowledge, ideas and evidence to help us learn and adapt. As an advisory member, I hope to be able to share learning from my roles both as a GP and nationally in creating helpful spaces for debate, peer to peer learning, support and turning knowledge into action.

Masood Ahmed

I'm Masood. I am a Senior Advisor to UCL Partners and DigitalHealth.London and Former Global Medical Director of Dell Healthcare & Life Sciences; Chief Digital Officer of the Health Innovation Network and Chair of Negotiators for the British Medical Association JDC. I am a digitally focussed business leader with a clinical background and over 20 years of international healthcare experience. Special interests include workforce, digital transformation, translational medicine, emerging tech, innovation and AI.


Patrick Mitchell

I'm Patrick, Director of Innovation, Digital and Transformation at Health Education England. I am delighted to join the Convenzis Advisory Board and to be able to help shape a conference and events agenda that is truly reflective of the needs of the health and care sector and brings a focus to the critical workforce issues facing our systems today


Dr Roberto Tamsanguan

I'm Roberto, a General Practitioner in East Londonat The Bromley By Bow Health Centre. Roberto is also a National Clinical Advisor at NHS England Transformation Directorate, as well as Programme Clinical Lead for the East London Outpatient Transformation Programme. He is a Fellow of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management, and holds membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners and also the Faculty of Clinical Informatics.

Ross Fullerton

I'm Ross Fullerton,  the Chief Information Officer for Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West Integrated Care System where he leads the digital, data and analytics agenda across health and social care. Ross has lead and advised on digital transformation across numerous sectors including energy, defence, national security, telecoms and healthcare. Ross was previously on the executive team of London Ambulance Service - as CIO he kick-started the digital transformation of the world’s busiest ambulance service before leading the strategy and transformation of urgent and emergency care across the capital - ranging from the complexities of emergency mental health provision across one of the world’s global cities to the development of a zero emission, lightweight and accessible ambulance.

Chris Morrow-Frost

Chris is one of the few nurses in a UEC National Clinical Advisor role at NHS England. He spent the first decade of his career as an Emergency nurse working across England and Wales. But, later, moved into other eclectic roles including nurse management, education, site management, operations and service management, general and senior management, transformation and improvement roles. Most recently he has worked as an emergency care improvement manager in the South West and South East regions before becoming the Head of UEC Improvement & Transformation and then the Head of Urgent and Emergency Care in the Midlands region.

Charlotte Aston

Charlotte Aston is the current National Director - In hospital transformation - UEC, leading on work programmes that align to our acute hospital providers, supporting improved flow and right care in the right care settings for our patients.

Charlotte started her career as an NHS graduate within Human Resources, quickly realising she wanted to work closer to the patient, she left part way through the scheme to take up an operational post. Since then, Charlotte has worked across multiple acute providers with a focus on urgent and emergency care although she has also managed a range of surgical and diagnostic services. Career success has been recognised with numerous national awards in secondary care redesign and improvement and Charlotte credits this success to the amazing NHS staff she has been fortunate to work with over the years and a values base that always puts the patient first.

After a brief period with the National Emergency Care Intensive Support Team, Charlotte then joined the Midlands and East Region to lead on UEC Performance and Improvement before transitioning into the role of Regional Head of UEC for the Midlands.  The transition to operating across numerous healthcare systems all with their unique challenges and similarities, helped Charlotte to develop the wider skills and knowledge base that she hopes will support her success within the national office.

Seamus McGirr

Seamus has a 35 year career in emergency care and has been a Board Director in commissioning and provision for more than a decade.  He has led much of the national work on appropriateness of care, care and resource utilisation and developing measures of effectiveness and responsiveness in community care.   He is well known across the UK for the innovative use of analytics to inform safe, effective and responsive care.  His passion is building successful health and care systems to minimise the impact of system induced harm.  Seamus is the Director of Nursing and Urgent Care for Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit.

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