Membership of the Health and Care Board 2021/2022:
- Chris Reynolds (Chair)
- Richard Purcell (Deputy Chair)
- Vicky Gardner (Research)
- Zoe Woodroffe (Lifelong Learning)
- Jennifer Hartley (Council representative)
- Adrian Baskir
- Barry Childs
- Taurayi Chinowona
- Raunak Chopra
- John Graham
- Nicola Oliver
- Scott Reid
- Colin Redman
- Anna Spender
The Board is supported by specialist sub-committees:
How to join the Health and Care Board or one of its sub-committees
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- September 2021 - An update from Chirs Reynolds
- July 2021 - An update from Vicky Gardner
- April 2021 - An update from Graham Lee
- February 2021 - How do we build back better from Covid-19?
- December 2020 - An update from Scott Reid
- October 2020- An update from Anna Spender
- July 2020 - An update from John Graham
- May 2020 - Health and Care Board meet during lockdown
- 23 June 2020
- 6 June 2016
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