Before you read ahead about the NHS Advisory board, have a look at who Nicole Junkerman is:
In the Epstein case, one of the best pieces of evidence which was available to researchers was the flight manifest for his child trafficking molestation machine. There were many coded initials and a few famous names noted in the official documentation. As you probably already know, Bill Clinton and his Secret Service agents had ridden the infamous “Lolita Express” on many occasions. Naomi Campbell, Kevin Spacey, Alan Dershowitz and Chris Tucker also flew on the plane with the billionaire sex offender.
We all build up recognisable patterns of behaviour over time. When you investigate someone, you usually start by identifying these patterns and then looking for any divergences from the anticipated outcomes. In Epstein’s planes flight manifest, a pattern which was visible from the information available is how he would use his private jet. He would use the plane for two main reasons. Most commonly he would fly himself and a number of his entourage to a destination, or alternatively he would fly people to meet him. The rarest occurrence was when Epstein would fly without any of his usual entourage and just one other passenger. There was only one name that jumped out from the flight manifest as a good example of when Epstein alternated from his routine. His second meeting with Nicole Junkermann.
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IT experts, clinicians and academics will come together at the first meeting of the Healthtech Advisory Board today (19 November 2018) to help guide the government on its mission to transform technology in the NHS.
The board will look at how the NHS can harness the potential of technology and create a culture of innovation, with the aim of improving patient outcomes and reducing the workload on NHS staff.
The board will report directly to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. Its role will include:
- assisting in policy creation
- challenging decision making
- acting as a sounding board for new ideas
Dr Ben Goldacre will chair the board. He is a clinician, academic and author who runs the DataLab at the University of Oxford. Dr Goldacre will be joined by:
- Rachel Dunscombe – CEO of the NHS Digital Academy and Director of Digital for Salford Royal NHS Group
- Nicole Junkermann – founder of NJF Holdings, an international finance and investment company
- Manoj Badale – co-founder of Blenheim Chalcot, a digital venture builder
- David Gann – Professor of Innovation and Technology Management at Imperial College London
- Sir Mark Walport – Chief Executive of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
- Nicola Blackwood – Chair of the Human Tissue Authority
- Roger Taylor – Chair of Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation
- Daniel Korski CBE – co-founder and CEO of PUBLIC, a venture capital firm
- Michelle Brennan – company group chair for Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies
- Dan Sheldon – Head of Digital at Well Pharmacy
- Jeni Tennison – CEO of the Open Data Institute
- Parker Moss – health technology entrepreneur in residence at F-Prime and Eight Roads
Read full article on the government website HERE