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NHS Announces First Ever National Clinical Director for Women’s Health

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NHS Announces First Ever National Clinical Director for Women’s Health


The NHS has appointed Dr Sue Mann, a consultant and lead for women's health in City and Hackney, North East London, as its first ever national clinical director for women's health.

 

In her new role, Dr Mann will help implement the Women’s Health Strategy alongside supporting the roll out of women’s health hubs across England.

Work on the development of a network of Women’s Health Champions, made up of senior leaders in every local care system to drive forward work to improve women’s health.

Alongside extensive clinical and academic work, Dr Mann spearheaded the development of Women’s Health Hubs in London City and Hackney, as well as implementing Virtual Group Consultations for common women’s health problems – both of which feature in the Women’s Health Strategy.

 

A long time coming and from a JWT perspective.

A welcome move for Women’s Health by the government.


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