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Health and Social Care Committee
Inquiry launched on Monday 4 February 2019. The closing date for written submissions was Monday 18 March 2019.
Evidence given by Josie Smith, Head of Substance Misuse Programme, Public Health Wales, Yusef Azad, Director of Strategy, National AIDS Trust, Matthew Hickman, Professor in Public Health and Epidemiology, University of BristolDanny Hames, Chair, NHS Substance Misuse Providers Alliance, Peter Yarwood, Chief Executive Officer, Red Rose Recovery & Lancashire User Forum, Professor Sir John Strang, Head of the Addictions Department, Kings College London, Dr Arun Dhandayudham, Joint CEO and Medical Director, Westminster Drugs Project
Evidence given by Mark Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, User Voice, Professor Susanne MacGregor, Honorary Professor of Social Policy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Professor Tim Millar, Professor of Substance Use and Addictions, University of ManchesterKaren Biggs, Chair, Collective Voice, Boris Pomroy, Chief Executive, Mentor, Professor Harry Sumnall, Professor in Substance Use, Liverpool John Moores University, Mike Flanagan, Consultant Nurse and Clinical Lead, Drug and Alcohol Services, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation TrustKirstie Douse, Head of Legal Services, Release, Adrian Crossley, Head of Addiction, Centre for Social Justice