Dr Ajay Aggarwal currently works as a Specialist Registrar in Clinical Oncology at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust, London. He combines his clinical duties with his role as the Oncology Project Coordinator for The National Prostate Cancer Audit at The Royal College of Surgeons of England, a position he has held since April 2013. Dr Ajay is also a visiting Senior Research Fellow in the Division of Cancer Studies at King’s College London. He teaches on cancer economics and is undertaking related research.
Carmel Lloyd joined the RCM in February 2014 from the Nursing and Midwifery Council, where she was the Standards Development Manager. Previously she was the Acting Head of Midwifery at the NMC and has also worked as a Lecturer and Programme & Curriculum Development Lead for Midwifery & Women’s Heath Studies at Kings College, University of London.
Carmel’s remit is to shape and support the delivery of the RCM strategy and professional activity for education and learning for members. She also takes the lead on advising internal and external stakeholders on regulatory matters and midwifery regulation. She has been working with all four UK countries on the development of their employer-led models of supervision for midwives and co-ordinating the development of education and training.
A regular speaker at conferences, she has extensive experience in healthcare policy and regulation, standards development, education and curricula development, midwifery practice and the supervision of midwives.
Philip is a Senior Lecturer in Information Systems in the Centre for Healthcare Modelling & Informatics at the University of Portsmouth, past chair of HL7 UK, a vice-chair of the BCS Health & Care Executive and a member of the Royal College of Radiologists informatics committee. He has more than 20 years’ experience in NHS information technology, working in primary, community and acute care sectors.
Euan McComiskie qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2007, working clinically for eight years and combining this with informatics since 2012 in NHS Lothian. He was appointed as Allied Health Professionals (AHP) Informatics Lead in 2014 and since then has been part of several projects to digitalise AHP services and optimise the use of the electronic patient record. He was appointed as AHP Advisor in the Information Services Division of NHS National Services Scotland in 2015. Nationally, Euan has supported delivery of the AHP Musculoskeletal Waiting Times (MSK) four week standard and the initiation of a minimum dataset for all AHPs in Scotland.
Euan is passionate about using Informatics to develop clinical practice for AHPs in Scotland and supporting a growing number of clinicians engaged with Informatics via the Nursing Midwifery and AHP (NMAHP) National eHealth Network.