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Ros Levenson

Ros Levenson

Board Member

Ros is an independent researcher, evaluator, writer and policy consultant, working on a range of health and social care issues. She has published widely on topics including patients’ experience of services, patient and public involvement, age discrimination and medical professionalism.

Ros has a long record of public service and voluntary appointments at board level, and is particularly interested in professional regulation and in enabling the voices of service users to be heard.

Ros is currently Chair of the Patient and Lay Group of the Royal College of Surgeons and Chair of the NICE Shared Decision Making Guidelines Committee.

Ros’s previous appointments include:

  • Non  executive director of the NHS Litigation Authority (2013-2016)
  • Lay member of the National Research Ethics Advisors Panel (part of the Health Research Authority).(2012-2017)
  • Lay member of the General Medical Council (2009-2012), where she chaired the GMC’s Standards and Ethics Committee
  • Lay member of the National Commissioning Group (2007-2010)
  • Lay member of Ethics and Confidentiality Committee of the National Information Governance Board for Health and Social Care (formerly the Patient Information Advisory Group) (2005 – 2010)
  • Non-executive director of an NHS Trust (1997-2007) and deputy Chair (2001-2007)
  • Lay member of Health Professions Council (2004 -2006)
  • Community Health Professions Council (2004 – 2006)

BOARD MEMBERS’ ANNUAL REGISTER OF INTERESTS – 2018

Membership of Formal Groups

Chair of the Patient and lay Group at the Royal College of Surgeons and, ex officio, a member of the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons.  Chair of the NICE Shared Decision Making Guidelines Committee.

Business, Professional or Social Relationships
None

Companies or Associations which you or members of your family are officers or employees or in which you or they have beneficial interests
I am a self employed researcher and evaluator, working mainly on health and social care issues. My portfolio of clients continually changes, but typically includes NHS organisations and voluntary organisations and charities in the health field.

Involvement in Partnerships, Joint Ventures or Consortia
None

Professional Relationships with individuals, organisations or businesses that might have  relationships with ARB
None

Other
I am an honorary research fellow at Kingston University & St George’s, University of London (Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences)

 

Ros Levenson

Board Member

Ros is an independent researcher, evaluator, writer and policy consultant, working on a range of health and social care issues. She has published widely on topics including patients’ experience of services, patient and public involvement, age discrimination and medical professionalism.

Ros has a long record of public service and voluntary appointments at board level, and is particularly interested in professional regulation and in enabling the voices of service users to be heard.

Ros is currently Chair of the Patient and Lay Group of the Royal College of Surgeons and Chair of the NICE Shared Decision Making Guidelines Committee.

Ros’s previous appointments include:

  • Non  executive director of the NHS Litigation Authority (2013-2016)
  • Lay member of the National Research Ethics Advisors Panel (part of the Health Research Authority).(2012-2017)
  • Lay member of the General Medical Council (2009-2012), where she chaired the GMC’s Standards and Ethics Committee
  • Lay member of the National Commissioning Group (2007-2010)
  • Lay member of Ethics and Confidentiality Committee of the National Information Governance Board for Health and Social Care (formerly the Patient Information Advisory Group) (2005 – 2010)
  • Non-executive director of an NHS Trust (1997-2007) and deputy Chair (2001-2007)
  • Lay member of Health Professions Council (2004 -2006)
  • Community Health Professions Council (2004 – 2006)

BOARD MEMBERS’ ANNUAL REGISTER OF INTERESTS – 2018

Membership of Formal Groups

Chair of the Patient and lay Group at the Royal College of Surgeons and, ex officio, a member of the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons.  Chair of the NICE Shared Decision Making Guidelines Committee.

Business, Professional or Social Relationships
None

Companies or Associations which you or members of your family are officers or employees or in which you or they have beneficial interests
I am a self employed researcher and evaluator, working mainly on health and social care issues. My portfolio of clients continually changes, but typically includes NHS organisations and voluntary organisations and charities in the health field.

Involvement in Partnerships, Joint Ventures or Consortia
None

Professional Relationships with individuals, organisations or businesses that might have  relationships with ARB
None

Other
I am an honorary research fellow at Kingston University & St George’s, University of London (Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences)

 

Nabila has an LLB in Business Law and is a solicitor.  She is the Chief Adjudicator at the Solicitors Regulation Authority; the regulator of legal services in England and Wales. Prior to joining the SRA in 2011, Nabila was Council Solicitor at the General Teaching Council for England (GTC) with responsibility for advising the Chief Executive, Registrar and Council on all legal matters.  She also managed the legal team with responsibility for the overall investigation and conduct of cases before the Professional Conduct Committees of the GTC.  From 2005 until 2008, Nabila was Principal Solicitor and Head of Service in the Legal Department of Birmingham City Council.  She specialised in child and adult protection litigation in the magistrates, county and high courts. She was a member of the Children in Safeguarding Proceedings sub committee of the Family Justice Council and contributed to two Law Society publications relating to public law proceedings.

In April 2013, Nabila was appointed by the Privy Council to the Architects Registration Board (ARB) and Chairs its Investigation and Oversight Committee.
BOARD MEMBERS’ ANNUAL REGISTER OF INTERESTS – 2015/2016

Membership of Formal Groups
None

Business, Professional or Social Relationships
None

Companies or Associations which you or members of your family are officers or employees or in which you or they have beneficial interests
None

Involvement in Partnerships, Joint Ventures or Consortia
None

Professional Relationships with individuals, organisations or businesses that might have  relationships with ARB
None

Other
Member of the Academy for Healthcare Science Regulation Council
Chair of the National Anti-Discrimination Panel – Football Association
Governor – Baskerville Special Education School
Mosaic Mentor – A charity which supports children and young people to achieve their potential