Amber is our head of policy, she works with the head of analysis and director of policy and strategy to lead the policy and analysis team. She has overall responsibility for NHS Providers’ policy work on regulation, governance, new care models and quality of care; she also leads the organisation’s work on system-wide transformation and STPs.
Prior to joining NHS Providers in January 2014, Amber held policy roles in a variety of national organisations, including a national regulator, a professional body and patient charity. While at NHS Providers she has undertaken a six month secondment to Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, supporting the delivery of their acute care collaboration vanguard project with Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust.
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Amber Jabbal responds to the first national NHS Patient Safety Strategy led by Dr Adrian Fowler and published by NHS England and NHS Improvement.
Amber Jabbal responds to the NHS accountability framework 2019 to 2020.
Amber Jabbal responds to the appointment of Matthew Winn as NHS England's lead for the 'Ageing well' programme.
NHS Providers responds to NHSI's patient safety strategy consultation
We summarise the NHS long term plan
Amber Jabbal responds to new figures from the Press Association which finds that four in 10 NHS hospitals in England have increased car parking prices in the last year.
Amber Jabbal responds to a CQC report which argues that funding, rising demand and workforce challenges make it difficult to learn from incidents and make changes effectively.
Amber Jabbal welcomes proposed changes to the International English Language Test System (IELTS) outlined by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
NHS Improvement and Health Education England announce plans to work more closely to align the national workforce system.
Amber Jabbal, head of policy, responds to a major evaluation of the Care Quality Commission's (CQC) inspection and ratings regime.
We summarise NHSE and NHSI's document on developing the long term plan for the NHS
Amber Jabbal responds to a new briefing from NHS England and NHS Improvement which sets out the engagement process for the development of the NHS ten-year plan.