National Inclusion Health Board

The National Inclusion Health Board plays a critical role in leading the Inclusion Health programme by providing expertise, focus and momentum to the agenda, and champions the needs of those most vulnerable to poor health outcomes.

Role of the group

The National Inclusion Health Board’s responsibilities are to:

  • provide cross-sector and interdisciplinary leadership and ownership of the Inclusion Health agenda nationally
  • champion the needs of vulnerable groups and promote the principles of the Inclusion Health approach
  • provide direction, oversight and decision making for the delivery of the Inclusion Health programme
  • provide evidence-based challenge across health and social care *work in partnership with Government to develop and drive innovative solutions


  • Professor Steve Field, Chair, (Care Quality Commission)
  • Professor Sir Michael Marmot (University College London)
  • Charles Fraser (St Mungo’s)
  • Professor John Ashton (Faculty of Public Health)
  • Sandie Keene (Association of Directors of Adult Social Services)
  • Duncan Selbie (Public Health England)


2 December 2013: minutes (PDF, 31.1KB, 4 pages)

9 September 2013: minutes (PDF, 127KB, 4 pages)

4 June 2013: minutes (PDF, 123KB, 4 pages)

5 March 2013: minutes (PDF, 110KB, 5 pages)

3 December 2012: minutes (PDF, 121KB, 7 pages)

10 September 2012: minutes (PDF, 125KB, 6 pages)

2 May 2012: minutes (PDF, 142KB, 6 pages)

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