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CPPC brings together officials from DWP and DoH to discuss Improving Lives Green Paper

CPPC brings together officials from DWP and DoH to discuss Improving Lives Green Paper

In February this year, the CPPC held a roundtable at the Royal Overseas League, Chaired by Lord Luce. The aim of the roundtable was to feedback to representatives from the Department of Health and Department of Work and Pensions about the Improving Lives: Work, Health and Disability Green Paper.

The deadline for submissions to the consultation was the 17th February. 

The roundtable was summarised and turned into a submission. Please download the submission to read the detail.

Panel members included:

  • The Rt Hon. Lord Luce; Parliamentary Champion for the Chronic Pain Policy Coalition
  • Neil Betteridge; Co-Chair for the Chronic Pain Policy Coalition, patient representative
  • Dr Martin Johnson; Co-Chair for the Chronic Pain Policy Coalition, clinical representative and ex-GP
  • Dr John Chisholm; Chair, Health and Work Lead of the Royal College of General Practitioners, Chair of Medical Ethics Committee of the British Medical Association, member of the Fit for Work Coalition UK and the Council for Work and Health, former GP
  • Sarah Winstone; Secretariat to the Fit for Work UK Coalition, a coalition of organisations including charities, patient representatives, clinicians and employers
  • Karin Bishop, Assistant Director, Professional Practice, College of Occupational Therapist
  • Ollie Hart; GP and Commissioner, National Centre Sport and Exercise Medicine Sheffield
  • Jonathan Shaw; CEO, Policy Connect, former Minister for Disabled People
  • Katherine Perry, Manager, Chronic Pain Policy Coalition