Our Quality Advisory Board guides and supports us, bringing experience, insight and different perspectives.
Current members are:
- Prof Alastair Hay (Chair), University of Bristol
- Clive Haddrell, First Response Ltd
- Antonia Northam, University of Bristol
- Dr Dominique Thompson, University of Bristol
- Prof Marjorie Weiss, University of Bath
Prof Alastair Hay MD MRCP FRCGP (Chair)
GP and Professor of Primary Care, Centre for Academic Primary Care, University of Bristol
Alastair helps ensure that our health information is in line with the latest medical thinking.
He is an internationally renowned academic family doctor with a research interest in finding out what's wrong with people (diagnosis) and what may happen to them (prognosis).
Alastair's topic interests include common health problems such as feverish illness in children and bladder infections.
He's recently been appointed to chair a national guidelines development group for the UK National Institute for Care and Health Excellence (NICE). Check out his profile.
Clive Haddrell Cert Ed Lead IQA, MIfL
Managing Director, First Response Resuscitation & First Aid Training Ltd
Clive is an experienced paramedic providing topic expertise around emergencies and first aid.
Clive Haddrell has over thirty years' experience with the Great Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust and is Paramedic Advisor to the well-known BBC television program Casualty.
His company First Response Ltd specialises in Resuscitation, Defibrillation, & Anaphylaxis training for GP & Dental Practices, along with accredited First Aid courses for the commercial and public sector.
Medical Student, University of Bristol
Antonia is a fourth year medical student at the University of Bristol and special adviser for our student health app.
She gives us fresh insights into health issues that really matter to young people.
Antonia also helps us get feedback and comments from students, to ensure that what we create meets their needs.
In her third year, Antonia intercalated in bioethics and was Vice-President of the Medics' Philosophy Society.
Dr Dominique Thompson
Director of Service, Students' Health Service, University of Bristol
Dom works with us on our student health app and brings in her expertise as a student health doctor.
At the University of Bristol Students' Health Service she's set up a specialised Eating Disorders Service.
In the past she's also been an expedition doctor for Raleigh International and has worked as a police surgeon looking after victims of rape and sexual assault.
Dom writes a popular student health blog on mental and physical health issues, covering relevant topics from sports injuries to sexual problems and mental health.
Prof Marjorie Weiss
Head of Pharmacy Practice, Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, University of Bath
Marjorie has particular interests around sharing decisions in healthcare and using education to change behaviour.
Her extensive research portfolio includes evaluating the use of educational interventions to improve the way health care professionals communicate with patients.
She is also interested in adult learning and using innovative teaching practices to change behaviour in the health sector. Check out her profile.