Nicola is considered a leading expert in Public Health and associated Mortality, Morbidity & Longevity risk.
She is a member of The Royal College of Nursing & The Royal Society of Medicine. Nicola is also an affiliate member of The Institute & Faculty of Actuaries where she sits on The Health & Care Board, is Chair of the Diabetes Working Party, Deputy Chair of the Antibacterial Resistance Working Party. In March 2020, Nicola co-founded the Covid-19 Actuaries Response Group which she currently co-chairs, subsequently joining the Covid-19 Action Taskforce.
Previously a member of a number of peer review panels for various journals including the British Medical Journal & the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, in 2013 Nicola was lead author of a paper in the British Actuarial Journal and continues to regularly write for the Actuary Magazine and The Longevity Bulletin. She has managed the Combined Mortality Service for Medical Intelligence since 2012 and as editor of the bulletin has published over 10,000 pages of analysis and review and presented for over 100 hours to it's members.
Nicola continues to regularly speak and present her work at events for and on behalf of clients and to wider public audiences.
Prior to co-founding Medical Intelligence, Nicola worked for the NHS for 19 years, finally specialising in Public Health after many years in senior roles in Intensive Care Nursing and Paediatrics.
In 1998 Nicola was recruited to Australia and led the setup and development of a brand new ward in a Queensland hospital.
Subsequently back in the UK, Nicola oversaw the review into the clinical guidelines and the physical workspace and resources within a level 3 neonatal intensive care unit for the NHS.
Nicola trained as a nurse and subsequently studied at Homerton College University of Cambridge, graduating with a PgDip in Neonatal Special and Intensive Care followed up with a BSc (Hons) in Public Health (Specialist Community).
Nicola has also studied Epidemiology with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in addition to Statistics.
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