Dr Stephen Nash MA, MB BChir , FRCEM - CEO, (Steff)
Steff is Consultant Emergency Medicine and served on the Executive Committee of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. He chaired the Clinical Effectiveness Committee for 10 years and developed the quality standards for the speciality.
In the last 20 years he has travelled extensively in North Africa, along the Silk Route and in Asia delivering medical training in refugee and relief situations. He has a particular interest in leadership development and empowering the disadvantaged to transform their society in adverse circumstances. His hobbies are scuba diving, marathon running and travelling. He is married to Ruth, has 3 children and 5 grandchildren.
Professor Paul McCrone BA, MSc, PhD - Chair of Trustees
Paul is a Professor of Health Economics at King's College London. His work involves conducting cost-effectiveness evaluations of health and social care services in the UK and internationally. He has a strong interest in applying his skills in low and middle income countries, with recent collaborations in Ethiopia and India. He teaches health economics at Masters level to students from across the world. Paul lives in Lewisham and is married to Joanne and they have three daughters. He raises funds for H4TW through marathon running and is the Chair of H4TW Trustees.
Professor Robert Crouch OBE, RN, PhD, FRCN, FCEM (Hon)
Rob is a Consultant Nurse in emergency care, working both in hospital and pre-hospital environments. Over the last 20 years he has been involved nationally shaping emergency nursing and influencing practice. As a clinical academic he is particularly interested in decision-making and the use of computer based decision support systems. He has been engaged in humanitarian work on the Thai/Burma border for the last decade and is committed to helping other reach their potential. His hobbies include, running, swimming and surfing. He is married to Gill and has 3 children.
Dr Matthew Hall BSc BM BCh PhD MCEM
Dr Mathew Hall is an Emergency Physician working at the Princess Royal University Hospital in Kent. He began volunteering with H4TW over ten years ago and currently organises the teaching curriculum for the Karen medic training programme. He was appointed a trustee of the charity in 2015. Mathew’s increasing involvement with H4TW has been driven by a belief that all people should have access to good quality healthcare and education regardless of locality, ethnicity or disadvantage. Mathew lives in South London with his wife, Kim and two children.