Interim Faculty Advisory Board (FAB) Members

The Faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare have appointed their first Faculty Advisory Board (FAB). This is a key step in the development of the Faculty’s governance and the Interim FAB will play a pivotal role in supporting and advising the Faculty Executive Committee. FAB members will also help to inform the future development of the Faculty by advising on a wide range of professional issues in remote, rural and humanitarian healthcare.

FRRHH's Interim FAB reflects the diversity of those working in remote, rural and humanitarian healthcare and brings decades worth of knowledge and experience to the Faculty. The FAB members come from a range of backgrounds both clinical and non-clinical, and include academics, military personnel, charity directors, and representatives from the NHS, WHO, and MSF. Members also range from trainees to those at senior level in a variety of medical disciplines and specialties. 

Geographically, the Interim FAB includes representatives from Australia, Bangladesh, Uganda, the UK and USA.

The Interim FAB will be led by Co-Chairs, Sir Lewis Ritchie and Dr Alistair Fraser who have been appointed by the Executive Committee. Both have been closely involved and influential in the development of the Faculty since its inception and, between them, they bring a wealth of experience and expertise.

 

Interim Faculty Advisory Board (FAB) Members

Name Job Title Affiliated Organisations
Aebhric O'Kelly Executive Dean College of Remote and Offshore Medicine Foundation
Andrew William Grieve Senior Medical Officer University of Queensland
Anthony Renshaw Regional Medical Director International SOS
Benjamin LaBrot

Founder and CEO

Clinical Professor

Compliance Advisor

Floating Doctors Inc.

Remote Care Education

University of Southern California Keck SOM

Roche Pharmaceuticals

Darren Walter Clinical Senior Lecturer in Emergency Global Health University of Manchester HCRI
Jennifer Collins

Expert Infection Prevention Control and Case Management

World Health Organisation

Institutional affiliation is provided for identification purpose only and does not constitute an institutional endorsement. Any views and opinions expressed are personal and belong solely to the individual and do not represent any people, institutions, or organizations that the individual may be associated with in a personal or professional capacity unless explicitly stated.

Luke Stevens Specialist Physiotherapist (Neuro)

Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear (CNTW) NHS

Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team

ADAPT

World Extreme Medicine

Nigel Rossiter

Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon

Chair of Trustees

Primary Trauma Care Foundation
Sarah Richardson

SpR Emergency Medicine

International Clinical Lead

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

Makerere University

Safeguard Medical

Shaenna Loughanne CEO Bridge2Aid
Shahid Aziz

Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Founder and President

Rutgers University

Smile Bangladesh

Stuart Maitland-Knibb Director for the National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine (NCRRM) University of Central Lancashire
Teodoro Forcht-Dagi Professor of Neurosurgery Mayo College of Medicine and Science
Thomas Pols Health Manager

Shell

IOGP

Victoria Parris Consultant in Infectious Diseases and Acute Medicine

London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust

MSF

International Medical Corps

David Lockey

Consultant, Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia

Gibson Professor and Immediate Past Chair, FPHC

National Director, Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service Wales

Officer, Royal Army Medical Corps

Clinical Director, Search and Rescue, Falkland Islands

 

 

RCSEd Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care Representative

Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service Wales

Royal Army Medical Corps

Falkland Islands Search and Rescue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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