Jocelyn Cornwell

Senior Fellow

Jocelyn directs the Point of Care Foundation and is a senior fellow at The King’s Fund. The mission of the Point of Care Foundation, building on work started at The Kings Fund in 2007, is to keep patients' experience of care high on the agenda of policy-makers and boards, and to work with managers and frontline staff to improve the experiences of both staff and patients.

Jocelyn's original training was in medical sociology and ethnography. After a period of research at the Open University, followed by three years managing NHS community health services, she worked in health regulation, first at the Audit Commission, where she directed national value for money studies and audits, and then at the Commission for Health Improvement (CHI) where she was director of policy and then acting chief executive.

She is a visiting professor in the Department of Medicine at Imperial College London, and a trustee of the Picker Institute Europe.

Selected work

21 Feb 2013 | Article
3 Aug 2012 | Article
A call for action
27 Mar 2012 | Publication
The Sir Roger Bannister Health Summit, Leeds Castle
27 Mar 2012 | Publication
17 Feb 2011 | Blog
30 Jan 2010 | Article
14 Aug 2009 | Article
Purpose, methods and uses
3 Aug 2009 | Publication
10 Dec 2008 | Article
The Point of Care review paper
3 Dec 2008 | Publication