Tuesday 13 March 10.30am, Committee Room 8, Palace of Westminster, Palace of Westminster, SW1A 0AA.
Ian Hulatt, Mental Health Adviser, and Lisa Turnbull, Policy and Public Affairs Adviser, Royal College of Nursing; Dr Julian Olver MBE, Deputy Chair of the British Medical Association (BMA) Armed Forces Committee and a consultant anaesthetist in London; and Dr Andrew Dearden, Treasurer of the BMA (a GP based in Cardiff)
Professor Jonathan Bisson, All Wales Veterans health and Well-Being Service; Mark Birkhill, Mental Health Practitioner, Veterans Service, Wrexham; and Mr Simon Pyke, Associate Chief of Staff – Mental Health & Learning Disabilities Clinical Programme Group, Betsi Cadwaladar Health Board.
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Committee Membership is as follows: David T. C. Davies MP (Chair), Stuart Andrew MP, Guto Bebb MP, Geraint Davies MP, Jonathan Edwards MP, Nia Griffith MP, Mrs Siân C. James MP, Susan Elan Jones MP, Karen Lumley MP, Jessica Morden MP, Mr Robin Walker MP, Mr Mark Williams MP Specific Committee Information: [email protected] tel: 020 7219 6189
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