Ed Marsden has a clinical background in general and psychiatric nursing and NHS management. He has worked for the National Audit Office, the Department of Health and the West Kent Health Authority where he was director of performance management. He combines his responsibilities as Verita’s founder with an active role in leading complex consultancy. He worked with Kate Lampard to provide independent oversight of the 40 or so investigations carried out by the NHS into allegations about Jimmy Savile. He and Kate wrote a lessons learnt report for the Secretary of State for Health arising from the publication of the Savile investigations. Recently, he was appointed by the global board of G4S PLC to investigate the concerns raised by BBC Panorama in their programme about Brook House immigration removal centre at Gatwick airport. The report was published in December 2018. Ed has advised the Jersey government about the inquiry into historical child abuse. He is an associate of the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit where he has carried out three assignments on immigration.
He is the founder of a new healthcare tech company called Eva (www.evaapplications.com).
Ed is married and lives in London. He has two grown-up children.
Verita Consultancy Ltd
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