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HSJ100: Top 5 opinion formers

The Top 5 opinion formers in this year’s HSJ100 list.

  1. Paul Dacre, editor in chief, Daily Mail
  2. Steve Field, chair, NHS Future Forum
  3. Lord Darzi, chairman for the Institute of Global Health Innovation at Imperial College
  4. Chris Ham, chief executive, The King’s Fund
  5. John Appleby, chief economist, The King’s Fund


Readers' comments (4)

  • I'm absolutely baffled by the first entry in this list; I didn't realise the Daily Mail was interested in health policy?

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  • how the editor in chief of a poisonous and discredited newspaper tops this poll beggars belief.

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  • Dacre's influence on health can be seen in the national Eliminating Mixed-Sex Accommodation programme.

    Mixed-sex wards aren't typically a patient priority - they're more concerned about cleanliness and involvement in decisions - but the national money and effort has been thrown at the Daily Mail's preoccupation.

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  • First three enteries are a joke.....

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