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Professor Paul Corrigan CBE

Professor Paul Corrigan CBE, Senior Associate, The King’s Fund

Paul Corrigan gained his first degree in social policy from the LSE in 1969, his PhD at Durham in 1974. He is currently an adjunct professor of public health at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
For the first 12 years of his working life he taught at Warwick University and the Polytechnic of North London where he taught, researched and wrote about inner city social policy and community development. In 1985 he left academic life and became a senior manager in London local government and in 1997 he started to work as a public services management consultant. In 1998 he published Shakespeare on Management.
From July 2001 he worked as a special adviser to Alan Milburn first and then John Reid, the then Secretary of States for Health. At the end of 2005 he became the senior health policy adviser to the Prime Minister Tony Blair Over this six years he was instrumental in developing all the major themes of NHS reform not only in terms of policy levers buy also in developing capacity throughout the NHS to use those levers.
Between June 2007 and March 2009 he was the director of strategy and commissioning at the London Strategic Health Authority.
Since then Paul has been working as a management consultant and an executive coach helping leaders create and develop step changes within their organisation. . As a columnist for the Health Service Journal and with his own blog “Health Matters” he has continued to argue the case for reform of the NHS.

 


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