Peter Lyne

Peter Lyne

Individual Partner: Peter Lyne, Founder of Mobility and Support Information Service  (Registered Charity No.1150169)

Preferred contact: plyne1952@gmail.com or through using the ‘on-line’ contact form facility displayed on www.masis.org.uk

Key Words: Resident in: UK; Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Communications/website, Healthcare, Education, Management, Meeting/ASS (Advanced Studies Seminar), Policy/Commissioning, Publications/CUP series, Services/person-centered, Services/teamwork; Related Area(s) of Interest: Communication skills, Evidence-based practice, Ethics, Health economics, Medical humanities; Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Well-being/Other/improvement to and further development of inclusive and accessible facilities and societies for disabled people and individuals with long-term health conditions.
Brief Description of Work: Founder of Registered Charity Mobility and Support Information Service (MASIS). Extensive experience gained (working in a ‘lay’/voluntary capacity) over about 30 years within areas of medical/social care such as social inclusion, equality and diversity, focused on improved lifestyles and wellbeing for disabled people and individuals affected by ‘long-term’ health conditions. Other experience: served on central and regional government advisory panels developing more socially inclusive lifestyles for disabled people; Merseyside Police Force’s Independent Adviser for Disability; and ‘lay’ adviser to the Merseyside and Cheshire Regional Office of the Crown Prosecution Service. I have been awarded a number of NICE Annual Bursaries.

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Values-based Surgical Care

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