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Stuart’s role in the ARC KSS is focused on the beneficial changes to health and social care provision arising from the changes made to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
He is also a Research Fellow at Centre for Health Service Studies at the University of Kent.
Stuart trained initially as a nurse and worked across acute and community settings for 11 years, including leading one of the first community stroke teams. Stuart moved into NHS management, working in both providers and commissioners with his final ten years in executive director roles in the NHS in Kent. His last role was for eight months as NHS tactical commander for Kent during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Education: Stuart’s undergraduate degree in Nursing was from Christ Church University College / University of Kent and his Masters was from University of Greenwich in Health Research.
Research interests and expertise:
- Covid-19 operational aspects and beneficial changes
- Integrated care
- Place-based healthcare
- Sustainable healthcare