CHPI is not affiliated to any political party and produces independent, evidence-based research.
The Centre employs three members of paid staff. We produce and disseminate policy reports and research-based analyses in collaboration with a network of expert contributors.
Board of Trustees
Professor Colin Leys
Colin is an emeritus professor at Queen’s University, Canada, and an honorary research professor at Goldsmiths, University of London. He is the author or co-author of twenty books and since 2000 has written extensively on health policy and is co-author with Stewart Player of Confuse and Conceal: the NHS and Independent Sector Treatment Centres. His most recent article is ‘The English NHS: from market failure to trust, professionalism and democracy’, in Critical Times: Soundings 64, Winter 2016.
Former Trustees include: Professor Sue Richards, Keir Wright-Whyte, Dr Sally Ruane, Professor Marianna Fotaki, Dr David McCoy and Dr John Owens.
A network of expert contributors have produced work for CHPI, including:
Andrew Azorsky, Arianne Shahvisi, Ben Kasstan, Professor Calum Paton, Professor Danny Dorling, Dominic Harrison, Dr Aislinn Macklin-Doherty, Dr Aseem Malhotra, Dr Carine Vassy, Dr Catherine Needham, Dr David Bell, Dr Gurjinder Singh Sandhu, Dr Hilary Pickles, Dr Jacky Davis, Dr Jenny Vaughan, Dr Jock Mackenzie, Dr Jonathan Sleath, Dr Lorcan Sheppard, Dr Mark Hellowell, Dr Martin Tunley, Dr Nadia Masood, Professor Nicholas Ryder, Dr Roger Kline, Dr Sarah Walpole, Dr Teodor Mladenov, Dr Thomas Mills, Elizabeth Cotton, Holly Jarman, Professor Ian Greener, Jens Foell, Jonathan Kennedy, Justine Schneider, Dr Kat Smith, Prof Kate Kenny, Dr Kaveri Qureshi, Laurence Vick, Lucinda Hiam, Dr Martin Blanchard, Martin Young, Michal Shimonovich, Miles Little, Nasar Meer, Professor David J Hunter, Professor John Mohan, Professor Mark Button.