Professor Bryan Stoten
BA Hons; M Soc.Sc;         
D Univ Hon; FFPH; CIHM  
 

Bryan has worked on Policy Development projects in health and local government both in the United Kingdom and abroad.  As well as his academic and professional involvement in the public sector, he is Chairman of the Warwickshire Health and Wellbeing Board having been Chair of the University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, NHS Warwickshire, Chairman of Warwickshire Health Authority, Chairman of Birmingham Health Authority, which was named the Health Authority of the Year in 1999, Chairman of South Birmingham HA, Chairman of Coventry Family Health Services Authority and a Director of the West Midlands Regional Health Authority.  He was a co-opted member of the City of Birmingham Education Committee and a member of its Policy and Finance Sub Committee from 1983 to 1990. 

 

He lectures regularly, both on the University of Warwick Business School’s MBA and MPA programmes and the MSc programme of Warwick Medical School. He is Visiting Professor in Health Policy at Coventry University and an Associate Fellow in the Institute of Governance and Public Management of the Warwick Business School. 
                                    
Bryan was Chairman of the NHS Confederation from 2006 to April 2010 and a member of the Steering Committee of the International Centre for Comparative Urban Policy Studies, of which he is also a Trustee.  He was Chair of the Warwick University Business School’s Health Partnership from 2004 to 2007 and is a Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health and a Companion of the Institute of Health and Social Care Management. 

 

He has been Director of the Tobacco Control Collaborating Centre since its establishment by the Health Development Agency in 2004.  Bryan Chairs HealthLink Malawi, a charity supporting healthcare in one of the poorest nations in the world.  He was the founder Chairman of the Birmingham Race Action Partnership [BRAP] and served on the Department of Health Equality and Diversity Action Group 1997 to 2001.