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Nurse chief executive to give evidence about NHS to Lords select committee

Dame Julie Moore and Katherine Murphy to give evidence to committee on long-term sustainability of the NHS.
Julie Moore

A nurse and chief executive of a leading NHS trust is to give evidence to the House of Lords committee on the long-term sustainability of the NHS.

Dame Julie Moore, who has been chief executive of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust for the past decade, is to address the committee which is investigating what changes are needed in the NHS to enable it to meet the challenge of the next 20 years.

UK power list

Dame Julie worked in clinical practice before moving into management and was included in the first BBC Radio 4s Womans Hour list of the 100 most powerful women in the UK in 2013.

Patients Association chief executive Katherine Murphy will also be among those giving evidence

A nurse and chief executive of a leading NHS trust is to give evidence to the House of Lords committee on the long-term sustainability of the NHS.

Julie Moore
Dame Julie Moore is to address the House of Lords on the future of the NHS. Picture: Barney Newman

Dame Julie Moore, who has been chief executive of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust for the past decade, is to address the committee which is investigating what changes are needed in the NHS to enable it to meet the challenge of the next 20 years.

UK power list

Dame Julie worked in clinical practice before moving into management and was included in the first BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour list of the 100 most powerful women in the UK in 2013.

Patients Association chief executive Katherine Murphy will also be among those giving evidence tomorrow (15 November).

Questions in the sessions will include the long-term sustainability of the NHS and social care systems, and whether sustainability and transformation plans will provide a solution to current problems in the NHS.

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