Trained in both Internal Medicine and Psychotherapy, and, until recently, Clinical Immunologist at Auckland City Hospital and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychotherapy at the Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand, with four decades devoted to exploring the roles of life experience, human relations, and meaning in physical illness, and training clinicians in the practice of ‘whole person-centred’ medicine and healthcare.
Patient-centred clinician struggling to find the patient’s voice among the experts’ data and systems’ bureaucracies, and the evidence’s signals among the publications’ noise.
Professor of Medicine at NTNU, Norway, working on the relational aspects of the human biology, and with extensive clinical background from general practice, psychiatry and occupational medicine in Norway and Iceland.
Research Professor (Senior Researcher) in General Practice at NTNU, Norway, and former General Practitioner over 30 years, exploring, synthesising, and teaching transdisciplinary knowledge about the long-term health impact of lived childhood adversity and lifetime toxic stress.
Senior Advisor and former Director of the Uppsala Monitoring Centre, Sweden, with extensive experience within all areas of pharmacovigilance, including data management, classifications and terminologies, signal detection methodology and drug safety research.
Professor of Applied Philosophy & leader of the MSc in Person Centred Health and Social Care, University of West London, UK, specialising on the relationship between knowledge, science and value in clinical practice and working to promote humanism in medicine and a genuinely person centred and values-based healthcare.
Professor of Philosophy at Durham University, UK, specialising in metaphysics (causality, laws, dispositions), philosophy of sports and philosophy of medicine, with current research applying complexity theory to public health and the connections between metaphysics and politics.
Retired MD and Epidemiologist, who has worked as Director of the Unit of Descriptive and Clinical Epidemiology at ISPO, Florence, Italy, Director of the Cancer Registry of the Tuscany Region, national secretary of the Italian Association of Cancer Registries and scientific director of the Italian journal Epidemiologia Prevenzione.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Research at the University College of Osteopathy, UK, Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine, and previous member of low back pain NICE Guideline Development Groups, interested in (a.o.) patient reported outcomes, self-management rehabilitation strategies, safety events and psychologically informed practice.