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Nish Manek

Nish Manek is part of Kaleidoscope’s Advisory Group.

Nish is a GP trainee in Cambridge. Last year she was a Clinical Fellow to the National Medical Director, Sir Bruce Keogh, and has continued this role alongside her GP training.

As part of this, she’s been doing some work on the General Practice Forward View (the primary care bit of the Five Year Forward View). She’s also established a leadership development programme for GP trainees and newly qualified GPs called Next Generation GP.

​As part of her medical degree, Nish did a BSc in Healthcare Management at Imperial College, which first sparked an interest in NHS leadership and service reform.

​In her spare time, Nish loves to write and blogs for a GP magazine called Pulse. She’s also an avid collector of half marathon medals, and is a die-hard Liverpool FC supporter.


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