New Report – Public Services Committee Emergency healthcare: a national emergency


Our Urgent and Emergency Care Theme Lead Prof Sue Mason and Theme Clinical Fellow Jamie Miles, both gave evidence for the recently published report of the inquiry by the House of Lords Public Services Committee into emergency care, entitled ‘Emergency Healthcare: a national emergency.’

Prof Sue Mason was a Specialist Advisor to the House of Lords Committee, including using her role in ARC Yorkshire and Humber as evidence of that expertise (see page 50). Jamie Miles was a witness who submitted oral evidence as part of his role in the College of Paramedics.

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