Retired partner at PWC. Now involved in several health related endeavours, when not travelling or golfing.
Graeme Johnston is a retired partner from the accountants PWC. Graeme has Rheumatoid Arthritis(RA) He was until 2015 the Chair of trustees at NRAS the UK's patient-led RA charity. He has been increasingly involved in patient affairs in recent years and has been involved in PFMD since Spring 2014. Since 2013 Graeme has been a non-executive director of Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust an integrated acute and community health provider where he has chaired Quality and Audit and is deputy chair of the Trust.
Graeme spoke at the forum at DIA 2016 in Philadelphia and in September that year at the U.K. Health show on "digital from a patient perspective". Graeme's other commitments include being a member of the Scientific Advisory board for UCB, chair of Fitness to Practise at Buckingham University Medical School, and chair of his local GP patient group. He speaks regularly on patient health issues in his community and around the UK. He is married with three sons.”
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