Chief Executive Officer, MA, MSc, DLSHTM
Siân works closely with the President and Board of directors to develop and implement the IPCRG strategy. This includes fundraising; increasing the IPCRG footprint in more countries and more primary care disciplines; implementation of our education and research strategies; conference development and management of the organisation to achieve the vision of Breathing and feeling well through universal access to right care.
Sam supports the Chief Executive Officer, Board and Conference Director. Her work covers the finances and budgets, Scientific Meeting management and conference support.
Research Officer, MA, MSc
Liza develops and supports a range of IPCRG research projects, working closely with IPCRG members, partners and funders. Priorities she is currently working on include implementation science on effective interventions in low and middle-income countries, personalised care and real-life research. She has over 20 years experience of working in the research, government and NGO sectors on global health issues.
Education Co-ordinator, MA.
Juliet supports the development of the IPCRG's education strategy, working with the Education Sub Committee. She helps to develop, implement and evaluate IPCRGs flagship education programmes: E-Quality and Teach the Teacher (TtT) working with IPCRG Faculty and partner countries. She has contributed to a number of publications on IPCRGs education work.
Conference Director, MBA, BSc
Christine is reliant on the entire IPCRG team to deliver comprehensive and ambitious primary care respiratory conferences for IPCRG. She has worked with IPCRG since 2012 and loves nothing more than the complexity of a world conference. Christine has degrees in Nursing, Social Science & an MBA, and has a background of working in healthcare, with Government, Medical Societies & Colleges and academic groups.
Alison is a fully qualified member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, with over 20 years' experience across a broad range of sectors, including retail, IT and the charitable sector.
Most recently, her priorities with IPCRG have been working with the team in order to install the new accounting system, as well as focusing on the monthly and annual financial reporting.
Project Development Advisor
Neil has 20 years experience in the health care sector in fundraising, organisational development and project management roles. He was a lead project manager for the IMI U-BIOPRED severe asthma project and the FP7 AirPROM project.
Neil's role is to advise on funding opportunities and the supporting actions needed to support funding proposals and engagement in further project work.
Administration and Project Support, BA
Nicola has responsibility for diary management, website and social media updates, travel and general administration.
She is also project support for Asthma Right Care.