Jamie is director of strategy at a leading health economics consultancy and a senior lecturer of health economics at the University of Chester.
He also has severe haemophilia A and is deeply passionate about achieving and preserving optimal levels of care for people within his community. He is our nominated trustee on the board of the Macfarlane Trust, which assists people infected with HIV through contaminated blood.
During his first three years on the Board, Jamie led the largest ever study into the burden of severe haemophilia, involving 1,285 patients across 5 European countries.
Jamie is also the health economics lead on the European Haemophilia Consortium’s data and economics committee, and a steering committee member of the European Patients Forum, advising hundreds of charities on patient care improvements and policy development.