Professor Fiona Ross
Fiona Ross has part time roles as Director of Research at the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, is education lead for the South London Academic Health Sciences Network and is Professor of Primary Care Nursing at the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education at Kingston University and St George’s, University of London where she worked for more than eight years as Dean.
Fiona is a Trustee of Princess Alice Hospice in Esher and Board Advisor to Hounslow and Richmond Community Health Trust. She is President of the International Collaboration of Community Health Nursing Research and a Fellow of the European Academy of Nursing Sciences.
Professor Sally Kendall
Professor Sally Kendall is adjunct Professor at Murdoch University in Western Australia where she contributes to research on Aboriginal Health in families and communities. She is Chair of the European Primary Care Forum, which seeks to develop international perspectives on community health initiatives.
Sally is also co-editor in chief of Primary Health Care Research and Development, an internationally-recognised journal, and co-chair of the International Collaboration of Community Health Nursing Research, a UK charity supporting international community nursing research dissemination.
Professor Rosamund Bryar
She has been involved in service development, education, research and research capacity building in health visiting and primary health care since the mid 1980’s. She is a graduate of the nursing degree programme at the University of Manchester and has held health visiting and academic posts in London, Wales and Hull.
She was appointed as a Fellow of the Queen’s Nursing Institute in 2005. Her initial research experience was in midwifery and the 2nd edition of Theory for Midwifery Practice co-edited with Professor Marlene Sinclair was published in 2011. She is co-editor, with Professor Sally Kendall, of the journal Primary Health Care Research and Development and with Sally co-chair of the charity International Collaboration for Community Health Nursing Research.