The GW4-CAT programme is governed by a selection of groups:
GW4-CAT Governance Structure
External Advisory Board
The External Advisory Board is chaired by Professor Helen McShane, University of Oxford and consists of clinical academic representatives from a range of institutions. The External Advisory Board provides reflective input and advice to the Management Board, to contribute to the strategic development of GW4-CAT.
|Oxford||Professor Helen McShane|
|Edinburgh||Professor David Argyle|
|King’s College London||Professor Martyn Cobourne|
|Edinburgh||Professor Richard Mellanby|
|Newcastle||Professor Brian Walker|
The GW4-CAT Management Board is chaired by the Director, Prof. John Iredale and has representatives from each of the partner institutions. The Management Group is responsible for strategic and operational oversight of the programme.
|Bristol (Chair)||Prof. John Iredale (Director)|
|Bristol||Dr Jayne Bailey (Programme Manager)|
|Bristol||Prof. Richard Coward|
|Exeter||Prof. Tamsin Ford (Co-Director)|
|Cardiff||Prof. Donald Fraser|
|Cardiff||Prof. Jeremy Hall|
|Exeter||Prof. Andrew Hattersley|
|Exeter||Prof. Jon Mill|
|Cardiff||Prof. Paul Morgan (Co-Director)|
|Bristol||Prof. Debbie Sharp|
|Exeter||Prof. Angela Shore|
|Bristol||Prof. Jeremy Tavaré (Co-Director)|
|Cardiff||Prof. David Thomas|
|Bristol||Prof. Linda Wooldridge|
The GW4-CAT Operational Board is made up members from all three participating institutions and is chaired by the Programme Manager, Dr Jayne Bailey. The main responsibility of the group is to support the management and co-ordination of the programme.
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