Read about the Citizen Advisory Panel in their 2018 to 2019 annual report (PDF, 1.5 MB).
Nigel is a long standing member of the CAP and a member of the primary care commissioning committee.
With a background in the finance industries, Nigel moved to Cornwall in 2008 with his wife, who is a consultant psychiatrist. Nigel has been involved in NHS campaigns and committees for many years and believes passionately in a properly funded NHS, adhering to the founding principles which led to it being the envy of the world, and in the involvement of patients and public.
Steve is a family man with 3 grown up children and a number of pet dogs, 1 of which is a support dog that tells him when he has low blood sugar. He’s had type 1 diabetes for 43 years, which is now controlled by an insulin pump and managed using the LibreLink app. Following a sporting accident in 2002, Steve gained a spinal injury leaving him dependant on a wheelchair for mobility.
Steve is the chair of Old Bridge Surgery in Looe, a member of the CAP and the One and All team delivering the project on personalised care within Cornwall. He is now a HOPE course facilitator and is looking forward to delivering this course across Cornwall. Steve is also an NHS Kernow digital champion and is keen to use this skill to help patients take advantage of the ever expanding range of apps now available through the NHS. Steve is currently enrolled on the understanding the health and social care environment course run by NHS England.
Joan is an elected member of Launceston Town Council and St Stephen by Launceston Rural Parish Council.
Joan is also a member of Launceston Medical Centre PPG and independent custody visitor working out of the office of the Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner.
Joan has lived in Launceston since 2002, after living in various locations around the world, and has family roots in Cornwall through her husband. Joan is committed to supporting healthcare and conservation in our region.
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Jeremy retired from his role as divisional HR director in a multi-national company in 1995. He became his wife’s full time carer when she was found to have Huntington’s disease. He became a volunteer with Healthwatch Cornwall, Age UK and Penwith Integrated Care Forum. He is secretary of Cornwall HDA and a member of the West Integrated Care Board.
Volunteer Cornwall is a charity dedicated to developing social action across the Duchy. They have teams who work with hundreds of organisations and thousands of individuals to engage, promote and enhance volunteering opportunities in a wide variety of areas, particularly in health and care.
Ian has a practical and academic background in community and economic development, complex systems, learning and behaviour change, both in the UK and overseas. He has been active for many years in assisting with health and care colleagues to look at ways to improve people’s wellbeing and make services more effective and efficient. As a CAP member, Ian is very keen to hear what is happening across Cornwall from the community context as well as to share ideas about health and care service development.
Nikki has more than 20 years of experience in advocacy, place-based regeneration, social justice, high impact community events and supporting people in some of the country’s most deprived communities, most recently as the director for premier league football club Tottenham Hotspur’s Foundation.
She has previously worked alongside the public sector to support people with long-term conditions both within acute care settings and in their community.
Louise is the patient and public involvement assistant in NHS Kernow’s communications and engagement team. Louise provides administrative support to the CAP.
Mario is the chief executive officer for Healthwatch Cornwall.