Nick Carding, senior correspondent, HSJ
Nick Carding writes about technology and estates. He joined HSJ in March 2017 but began his journalism career in 2012 when he joined the Newark Advertiser as a sports and news reporter.
Three years later he became health correspondent at the Eastern Daily Press and was shortlisted for Specialist and Young Journalist of the Year at the Regional Press Awards (2017). He was also highly commended in the Mental Health Story of the Year category at the Medical Journalism Awards in 2016.
Anthony Gorman, digital project manager, Lincolnshire CCG
Mr Gorman joined the NHS in 2019 and his has been focused on delivering an electronic care plan across Lincolnshire. A key outcome of this has been enabling individuals to develop and plan their own personalised care and support plans, reflecting what their needs are and what matters to them.
Dr John Payne, Physician executive & clinical safety adviser – Scotland
Dr Payne is a consultant cardiologist who started his training in Edinburgh. After five years research at University College London and the Royal Brompton Hospital, he returned to Edinburgh to complete his cardiology training and took up his consultant post in Glasgow in 2010. He now works with the NHS at the Scottish national advanced heart failure service based at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital.
Dr Payne remains a practising cardiology consultant and patient safety champion, and joined InterSystems as physician executive in 2016.
Elise Hoadley, hospice director, Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice
Ms Hoadley qualified as a registered nurse in 1982, as a midwife in 1986 and then began her career in specialist palliative care in 1998. On completion of her palliative care degree at Oxford Brookes University she has held clinical and managerial roles in the NHS and within Sue Ryder. She is the hospice director at Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice, Cheltenham, a post she has held since 2014. She is committed to leading a service that delivers personalised patient care.