National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow at NHS England
Dr Harrison Carter is the National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow at NHS England and Improvement working in the Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response Team. He has worked on the covid-19 incident response nationally as well as EU Exit and supporting the response to and planning for a wide range of incidents and emergencies that could affect health or patient care. He was previously an Academic Foundation Doctor in Nephrology at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust where he was awarded a South Thames’ Foundation School Award for Clinical Excellence and studied Medicine at Bristol University where his intercalated degree won Kidney Research UK’s Intercalated Degree Award. He completed an MPH at Downing College, Cambridge as a Newton Downing Masters Scholar and was a Lister Fellow Student at Oxford University. He also won full scholarships to study the planning of health screening programmes and public health genetics at the Erasmus University, Rotterdam and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
The first wave of the pandemic made it tremendously difficult to predict the demand on health and care services. In response, NHS England and NHS Improvement developed the COVID-19 Early Warning...