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Geraldine Mynors has experience spanning NHS general management, management consulting with McKinsey and Company and work as an independent consultant in healthcare evaluation.
She has particular expertise in healthcare economics and evaluation, patient involvement in healthcare, writing and testing patient information and strategy development.
Geraldine began her career as a national NHS General Management trainee, and worked at Hammersmith Hospitals, Ashford Hospital Middlesex, and University Hospital Birmingham where she was General Manager for A&E, Trauma and Burns Services. She was responsible for implementing Integrated Care Pathways across Trauma and Orthopaedics, overseeing major capital redevelopments and associated service redesign, and helping to co-ordinate major incident planning across Birmingham.
After completing her MBA, Geraldine was a consultant and Engagement Manager with McKinsey and Company from 2000-3. She was part of a small team which set up unLTD and won a £100m endowment from the Millennium Commission to create social enterprises across the UK.
From 2003 – 6 Geraldine was Head of Projects at Medicines Partnership, a Department of Health programme aiming to help patients get more out of medicines by involving them as partners in treatment decisions. Highlights included leading a project to train pharmacists with a special interest in Parkinson’s Disease and developing MS Decisions, a web-based decision aid for people with Multiple Sclerosis.
Since 2006, Geraldine has worked as a consultant across a range of projects relating to medicines and health. From 2008-9 she returned to McKinsey and Company as global Client Communication Programme Manager on an interim basis. From 2006-14 she was an Associate with Consumation and developed expertise in patient information design and testing. From 2010-11, Geraldine was a Director of the Patient Information Forum.
Geraldine has a first class degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University (1991) and an MBA with Distinction from London Business School (2000) where she was named on the Dean’s List as one of the top ten in her year. In 2017 she completed a Masters in Public Health from Glasgow University. She also founded and chairs an ADHD Parent Support Group in Glasgow and was the co-founder and first chair of the Scottish ADHD Coalition.
Jane Suppiah is an evaluator with a strong working knowledge of performance management and risk based quality assurances processes. She has practical experience of and a passion for co-designing evaluation and service improvement projects with services users and frontline healthcare professionals.
Jane spent eight years as a Senior Consultant in the UK policy team at ICF GHK where she worked on projects within health, learning and skills and employment and education. She began her career working in India, Bangladesh and Eritrea with Concern Worldwide and Oxfam.
Jane is a Quality Assurance Reviewer for the Nursing and Midwifery Council and takes part in monitoring events to ensure that supervision of midwives and education provision for nurses and midwives meet the standards set by the NMC. She is also a lay auditor for the London Local Supervising Authority (LSA) for midwives and previously chaired the Maternity Services Liaison Committee at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
The breadth of Jane’s work means that she is experienced in research and evaluation approaches from a range of policy areas including the application of ‘theories of change’ analysis and the assessment of ‘strategic added value’. Both are tools that assist in turning complex findings from social policy research into practical recommendations.
Jane has a MSc. in Social Policy from the London School of Economics (1999) and an MA in Geography from the University of Glasgow (1996).