Scientific Programme


Dr Nick Lewis-Barned
Co-chair and Clinical Lead, Year of Care Partnerships, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust; Clinical Lead, Patient Feedback for Appraisal & Revalidation,
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, UK

Nick Lewis-Barned is co-chair and clinical lead for Year of Care Partnerships. He is a retired Endocrinologist and Diabetes Specialist Physician. He qualified in 1982 and has been a Senior Lecturer and Consultant Physician since 1990 in New Zealand and England. He has a background as a researcher and teacher as well as clinician and Head of Service for the Northumbria Diabetes Service. He led the development and delivery of the National Pregnancy in Diabetes Audit programme between 2008-2020.

Nick has a longstanding interest in service delivery, translation of research into practice and personalisation of care. He was Clinical Lead for the North of Tyne Year of Care Pilot, is a national trainer, and was part of the steering group for the development of local non-traditional provider services.

He has written articles about care planning, support for self-management and commissioning to support this. Through 2013-2015 he was the Royal College of Physicians Clinical Fellow for Shared Decision Making and Support for Self-Management. He is currently the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Clinical Lead for Patent feedback.

Programme Details

Day 2, 13 October 2022 , Thursday, 0905 – 0930hrs
Session 5: 13 Oct 2022, Thurs, 0900 - 1030hrs
Track : Track 1A: Population Health: What Does it Mean for Providers, Patients and Residents (Level 1, Hall 1, ApeX)
Topic : Implementing Person-Centred Care for People with Long Term Conditions