Prior to joining NHS England in June 2014, Will worked in a range of commissioning roles within the NHS, and for five years at an NHS Trust.
He has also spent eight years working in the voluntary sector.
It has been a busy year and I want to thank all those who have taken the time to work with us in our various initiatives to improve services for transgender and non-binary people. They include members of the Transgender Network; members of the Clinical Reference Group and its various working groups; the organisations that […]
I want to use this blog to update you about the progress we are making in implementation of the nationally agreed standards for Congenital Heart Disease services, which were approved by our Board in 2015. As you know, we are currently preparing for public consultation on our proposals about how CHD services might be configured […]
Welcome to my latest blog on gender identity services. As always, I aim to cover issues that are current, and are important to the planning and delivery of gender identity services, and what we need to do to ensure that the services that we commission are responsive and high quality. In this blog I’m going […]
Hello, and welcome to my latest blog, which I hope will provide you with an update on where we are up to in terms of our engagement about proposals for improving congenital heart disease services in England. I want to remind you about the reasons for us doing this work, and also inform you about […]
Welcome to my latest blog about the CHD implementation programme. I will be using this blog to keep everyone up-to-date with activities during the pre-consultation and consultation period on our proposals for meeting the national standards on CHD, so if you want to receive a blog alert email email@example.com There has been much written about […]
The Chair of the NHS England Gender Task & Finish Group looks at what NHS England is doing to improve health services for transgender and non-binary people You may be aware that West London Mental Health NHS Trust recently announced that it will, over time, stop providing gender identity services. The Trust’s statement can be […]
As NHS England announces moves to ensure core standards of quality and sustainability apply across all specialist services, Will Huxter explains how patients with complex, sometimes life-threatening congenital heart disease, will benefit: In my recent blogs, I have provided updates on the self-assessment process which we have been undertaking with CHD providers, reviewing their compliance […]
The Chair of the NHS England Gender Task & Finish Group looks at what NHS England is doing to improve health services for transgender and non-binary people: I was pleased to welcome to last month’s Task and Finish Group representatives from four local Healthwatch teams, together with their national counterparts. These included members from Devon, […]
The Chair of the NHS England Gender Task & Finish Group looks at how a finance boost into Gender Identity Services can help tackle delays: Welcome to my seventh blog on gender identity services, and the work NHS England is doing with the trans community, providers and other stakeholders to improve the experience of people […]
Hello, and welcome to my latest blog on the implementation of the national Congenital Heart Disease programme. It includes details on the latest National Congenital Heart Disease Audit, the self-assessment process providers of CHD services are undertaking and forthcoming implementation meeting; I’d really welcome any comments or questions you may have on these subjects or […]