The 2015 New Year Honours for nurses and other health care professionals
The full list of health and care New Year Honours is:
- Dr Anthony Sam Everington, OBE, Chair, NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group. For services to primary care.
- Andrew Valentine Morris, OBE, chief executive, Frimley Health NHS Westwood Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS.
- Nilesh Jayantilal Samani, DL, Professor of Cardiology, University of Leicester. For services to medicine and medical research.
- Professor Norman Stanley Williams, Past President, Royal College of Surgeons of England. For services to surgery.
Knights Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire
- Professor Sir John Irving Bell, FRS. For services to medicine, medical research and the UK life science industry.
Dames Commander of the Order of the British Empire
- Eileen Sills, CBE, Chief Nurse and Director of Patient Experience, Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust. For services to nursing.
Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
- Professor Alistair Stanyer Burns, National Clinical Director for Dementia. For services to health and social care particularly dementia care.
- Kate Lampard, DL, Independent Overseer, Department of Health and NHS Investigation into Jimmy Savile. For services to the NHS and to the community in Kent.
- Dr Alice Mary Maynard, lately Chair, Scope. For services to people with disabilities and their families.
- Professor Julienne Elizabeth Meyer, Professor of Nursing Care for Older People. For services to nursing and older people.
- Professor Sharon Jayne Peacock, Professor of Clinical Microbiology, University of Cambridge. For services to medical microbiology.
- Professor Fiona Mary Ross, Professor of Primary Care Nursing, Kingston University and St George’s and Director of Research, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education. For services to nursing.
- Professor Rosalind Louise Smyth, Director, Institute of Child Health and Professor of Child Health, University College London. For services to regulation of medicines for children.
- Dr Anna Danielle van der Gaag, Chair, Health and Care Professions Council. For services to health and care.
- Michael Wheeler, Non-Executive Director, Department of Health. For services to healthcare.
Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
- Professor Peter Riven Braude, Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, King’s College London. For services to reproductive medicine.
- Dr Hilary Dawn Cass, President, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. For services to child health.
- Dr Beverly Jane Collett, Consultant in pain management, University Hospital Leicester. For services to pain management.
- Barbara Gelb, Chief Executive Officer, Together for Short Lives, Bristol. For services to improving care services for children.
- Francis Xavier Hester, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, TPP. For services to healthcare.
- Elizabeth Jones, Postgraduate Dental Dean, London. For services to dental education.
- Eve Sarah Richardson, lately Chief Executive, National Council for Palliative Care. For services to end of life care.
- Professor Nigel James Sparrow, Senior National GP Adviser, Care Quality Commission. For services to primary care.
- Professor Valerie Wass, Head, School of Medicine, Keele University and Elected Member, Medical School Council Executive. For services to medical education.
- Sharon Mary White, Founding Member, School and Public Health Nurses Association. For services to public health nursing for school children.
- Margaret Willcox, Commissioning Director for Adults, Gloucestershire County Council. For services to vulnerable people.
Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
- Margaret Aldwin, founding member and trustee, Ichthyosis Support Group. For services to people with genetic disorders and their families.
- Fiona Jane Andrews, Director, Smokefree South West. For services to public health and tobacco Control.
- Deborah Louise Bone, mental health nurse, Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust. For services to children and young people.
- Teresa Jane Chinn. For services to nursing.
- Andrea Dawn Crossfield, Chief Executive, Tobacco Free Futures. For services to public health and tobacco control..
- Dr Gillian Davies, Specialist in Dental Public Health, Greater Manchester and the Dental Observatory, Public Health England. For services to dental public health.
- Eileen Valerie Davison, Lead Scientist, West Midlands. For services to genomic technologies.
- Angela Jane Charlotte Dickson, founder trustee, the Brain Tumour Charity. For services to brain tumour research and support.
- Neil Alan Dickson, Chair of Trustees, the Brain Tumour Charity. For services to brain tumour research and support.
- Edward Barry Farwell, co-founder and chief executive, Children’s Hospice South West. For services to children’s palliative care.
- Alice Jane Formby, founding trustee and fundraiser, Princess Alice Hospice. For services to end of life care.
- Professor Jennifer Elizabeth Gallagher, Professor of Oral Health Strategy, Kings College London. For services to oral health.
- Dr Kate Miriam Granger, doctor in elderly care medicine. For services to the NHS and improving care.
- Raymond Guy, Practice Manager, Ellergreen Medical Centre, Liverpool. For services to patient care.
- Margaret Carol Ann Hannibal, Director of Operations, MOSAIC. For services to bereaved children and their families in Dorset.
- Kerry Hearsey, Chief Executive, Princess Royal Trust for Carers in Hampshire. For services to carers in Hampshire.
- Matthew Hodson, consultant nurse, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to respiratory care.
- Maureen Hudson, Chair, Musgrove Leukaemic Group, Somerset, South West. For charitable services to Healthcare.
- Dr Stefan Maria Josef Stanislaus Janikiewicz, lately Clinical Director, Drug and Alcohol Services, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. For services to reducing drug misuse.
- Jacqueline Kelly, lately Chief Executive, Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust. For services to healthcare.
- Dr Jean King, lately Director of Tobacco Control, Cancer Research UK. For services to cancer prevention.
- Susan Kirk, Former Board Member, Macmillian Cancer Support. For services to supporting people with cancer.
- Professor Carole Margaret Longson, Director, Centre for Health Technology Evaluation, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. For services to healthcare.
- Beatrice Helen McBride, lately Director of Policy and Communications, British Heart Foundation. For services to cardiovascular healthcare.
- Winston Anthony McDowell, Bank Staff Nurse, Broadmoor Hospital, West London Mental Health NHS Trust. For services to mental health.
- Anne Macgregor McPherson. For services to nursing.
- Dr Caron Morton, accountable officer, clinical commissioning group, Shropshire. For services to primary care.
- Bridget Bernadette Murphy, volunteer, Samaritans, Bedford. For services to vulnerable people.
- Deirdre Nutt, Chair, Dartmouth Caring. For services to older people.
- Professor Richard Thomas Ramsden, Lately Professor of Otolaryngology, Manchester Royal Infirmary and Honorary Professor, University of Manchester. For services to otolaryngology.
- Lynda Rowbotham, Head of Legal, Royal Mencap Society. For services to people with learning disabilities and their families.
- Anita Ruckledge, lead nurse for dementia, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to nursing.
- Professor John Joseph Scarisbrick, founder, Baby Hospice and Life Fertility Care Programme. For services to vulnerable people.
- Zubeda Seedat, Policy Officer, Department of Health. For services to public health.
- Bryony Simpson, Chair, Royal College of Speech and Language Therapist. For services to speech and language.
- Sally Jane Tyler, children’s epilepsy specialist nurse, Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust. For services to nursing.
- Beverley Anne Williams, founder, Social Worker of the Year Awards. For services to the social work profession in England.
- Dr Michael Vaughan Williams, lately consultant clinical oncologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge. For services to oncology.
- Maureen Wilson, Chair, Skegness Group of Friends. For charitable services to cancer care.