Touchstone's Leadership Masterclass: Kate Davies OBE, Hillside Enterprise Centre, Monday, 25. February 2019

Join us for our first Touchstone Leadership Masterclass of 2019! There will be a free lunch and everyone is welcome.  
Kate Davies OBE commenced in December 2012 as the National Director of Health & Justice, Armed Forces and their Families and Sexual Assault Referral Centres for NHS England.
Kate is Head of 3 areas of Direct Commissioning working in the national support team as a Director working to support the 4 Regions commissioning healthcare services across England for healthcare for serving personnel and their families and veterans mental health and prosthetics, Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCs), health & justice healthcare services in Prisons, Secure Children’s Homes and Training Centres, Immigration Removal Centres, and the development of the national Liaison & Diversion Programme and Street Triage.  This National role is to assure quality, consistent and sustained services with a strong focus on Health Inequalities and outcomes for patients and their families.
Kate has developed and led the national partnership agreement between Ministry of Defence for Armed Forces commissioning, Ministry of Justice for prisons and children and secure and the Home Office for Immigration Removal Centres. The cross departmental partnership agreement has focussed on key objectives and outcomes across government for key patient areas that can only be delivered in partnership with cross government agreements. Veteran’s mental health has been a focus for the partnership agreement between Ministry of Defence and NHS England who have secured commissioning for veterans mental health, transition, intervention and liaison services across England.
Previously, Kate was the Executive Lead for Prison, Detainee and SARCS (Sexual Assault Referral Centres) Healthcare Commissioning for East Midlands and led the Healthcare Commissioning for Prison and Offender Health.
Kate previously worked as the Strategic Director of the award winning Nottinghamshire County Drug and Alcohol Action Team from December 1995 to May 2009, co-ordinating and delivering the Government’s National Drug Strategy. From 2003 to 2010, Kate was also seconded to the University of Central Lancashire, International School for Communities Rights and Inclusion as Director of Black and Ethnic Minority community Engagement, focussing on the health and social care of diverse groups who experience discrimination and/or disadvantage and directing the national community engagement programme.
Kate has been a Non-Executive Director on the National Treatment Agency Board in England between 2000 and 2013. Kate was a member of the Government’s independent Board for Prison Drug Treatment Strategy Patel Review which implemented the Substance Treatment Service and Strategy and delivery across England and acts as an Ambassador for Diversity in Public Appointments for the Government Public Appointments Commission.
Kate worked in the Probation service and is a qualified Probation Officer from 1986 to 1995, before joining the NHS.
Kate was awarded an OBE in 2009, for services for disadvantaged communities.

Touchstone's Leadership Masterclass: Kate Davies OBE

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