Can Do Health & Care - NHS Uncomfortable Truths Report

38 | ICS System Learning: Uncomfortable Truths Godwin Daudu, Community Builder/Engagement Officer, Community360 and Community Ambassador, African Families in the UK Godwin came from Nigeria in 1991 and studied at what is now London Metropolitan University. He had a 26-year senior management career in Hospitality. His philosophy of excellent customer care and building an effective team is being successfully transferred to his current roles as a community ambassador, builder, and advocate for the most vulnerable and marginalised in society. He speaks up for the unheard, engages on their behalf, brings cultural competence into service delivery, celebrates diversity and works relentlessly towards a more inclusive society. Dean Dorsett, Clinical Lead for Personalised Care NHS Suffolk and North East Essex Integrated Care Board, and Senior Partner and GP Principal, Burlington Primary Care Dean was born in Dominica, he attended Oxford University and qualified from St George’s Medical School in 2000. He has experience in A&E, as a forensic medical examiner and 10+ years as a family physician, he is a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners, and trains and mentors non-GP practitioners. Dean is the Ipswich and East Suffolk Alliance Clinical Lead for Personalised Care, Health Inequalities and Prevention. He has sat as the RCGP East of England Regional Clinical Lead for Person Centred Care and is a Core20PLUS5 NHS England Health Inequalities Champion. Anthony Douglas CBE, Chair, Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership Anthony has been the independent Chair of the Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership since 2019. Prior to this he was Chief Executive of Cafcass from 2004-19. He now works across the UK and internationally on system leadership and rapid improvement programmes. His current portfolio includes developing and writing the National Practice Framework for the Welsh Government, working for the Foreign Office in jurisdictions requesting support with social care and for the Irish Government to develop their first national Children’s Guardian Service. Fiona Ellis OBE, Chief Executive, Survivors in Transition As the co-founder and CEO of Survivors in Transition, Fiona has developed and implemented innovative interventions providing support, healing, and empowerment to survivors of sexual violence, supporting over 1000 survivors per year. Fiona has raised public awareness about the importance of addressing trauma across systems, and championed trauma informed training and practice. Her advocacy and national representation have increased understanding of the need for comprehensive evidence-based support systems, improved commissioning and recognition of the specialist VCFSE sector and better criminal justice processes. She is a visiting fellow and PhD student at the University of Suffolk, and was awarded an OBE in the Kings first New Years Honours, 2023.