Mark joined the Nuffield Trust in June 2012. He works across the Policy and Communications teams. Mark is responsible for developing consultation responses and briefings for stakeholders and the media alongside research leads, applying the Nuffield Trust’s cutting-edge research to inform major decisions in health and social care policy.

Mark has also assisted in research projects and external commissions. Within the Communications team, Mark works to connect our findings and expertise to our audiences through media, monitoring, and building relationships with other key stakeholders.

Before joining the Trust, Mark gained experience in policy roles for the New Local Government Network and the Scottish Civil Service. He is a graduate of the University of Oxford and has an MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy from the London School of Economics.

Mark is a non-active member of the Labour Party.

Published work

  1. The future of pathology services

    29 June 2016
    Nuffield Trust
  2. Rationing in the NHS

    19 February 2015
    Nuffield Trust
  3. Now more than ever: why pharmacy needs to act

    10 December 2014
    Nuffield Trust
  4. Is general practice in crisis?

    04 November 2014
    The Nuffield Trust
  5. The Francis Report: one year on

    06 February 2014
    Nuffield Trust
  6. Now or never: shaping pharmacy for the future. The report of the Commission on future models of care delivered through pharmacy

    05 November 2013
    Royal Pharmaceutical Society

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