NAME: PROFESSOR LORD KAMLESH KUMAR PATEL OBE CURRENT POSITIONS Executive Director Pennine Lancashire, University of Central Lancashire & Head of International School for Communities, Rights and Inclusion (ISCRI), University of Central Lancashire. ISCRI is a merger of: Centre for Ethnicity & Health Centre for Professional Ethics Centre for Philosophy, Diversity & Mental Health Centre for Volunteering and Social Action International Centre for Sign Language and Deaf Studies Psychosocial Research Unit National Institute of Social Inclusion Islamic Studies Life Peer House of Lords (June 2006: Baron Patel of Bradford) Chairman National Prison Drug Treatment Review Group (known as the Patel Review). The 2 year Review is conducted on behalf of the Home Office, Ministry of Justice and Department of Health (2008-date) Associate Non-Executive Director/Advisor to the Communities Rights and Inclusion programme (CORIIN), Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (2008-date) UK Member of UNICEF‟s Global Task Force on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (2006-date) Vice Chair of All Parliamentary Group on Men‟s Health (2006-date) Patron: National Men‟s Health Forum (2005-date) Patron: Sharing Voices (2007-date) Patron: The Bridge Project (2008-date) President: Bradford Magistrates Chaplaincy Service (2008-date) Patron: Westminster Health Forum (2009-date) Patron: British Muslim Heritage Centre (2009-date) MOST RECENT APPOINTMENTS: Minister in the Governments Whips Office House of Lords, Government Spokesperson for: the Department of Communities and Local Government; Ministry of Justice; the Cabinet Office and the Attorney General‟s Office (2008 – 2009). Commissioner, Care Quality Commission (2008 – Oct 2008) Chairman, Mental Health Act Commission (2002 – Oct 2008) Non-executive board member & Chairman of Audit & Risk Committee, the National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse (2001 – Oct 2008) Ministerial Advisor to the Secretary of State (Communities & Local Govt) (2008 – Oct 2008) Trustee & Commissioner of the UK Drug Policy Commission (2008-2009) RELEVANT ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS/AWARDS Diploma in Social Work DipSW (1987) University of Huddersfield Certificate of Qualification in Social Work CQSW (1987) University of Huddersfield Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) (2007) University of Manchester Doctor of Civil Law (Honoris Causa) (2008) University of Huddersfield OBE Awarded Order of British Empire in the Queen‟s Birthday Honours 1999 for “Services to Ethnic Minority Health Issues”. Awarded Plaque of Recognition by the High Commissioner of India and Chairman of the Committee of Honour for “contributions to the enhancement of human welfare and international understanding” Indian High Commission London, 15 August 1999 Awarded title of Professor University of Central Lancashire: 4th October 2001 Awarded Glory of India Award and Certificate of Excellence by the India International Friendship Society London 2009 Awarded Annual Award of Achievement for services to Education by The India International Foundation: London 2009 SECRETARY OF STATE PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS Member Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work Member Home Office‟s Advisory Council for the Misuse of Drugs Member Healthcare Commission (CHAI) National Strategic Director for the National Institute for Mental Health (England) National Director for the Department of Health: Delivering Race Equality in mental health care Programme (DRE) Chairman National DRE Programme Board Vice-Chairman of Mental Health Act Commission Non Executive Board Member of the Mental Health Act Commission Member of the Mental Health Act Commission OTHER PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS President British Ethnic Health Foundation Member of Department of Health Mental Health Workforce Task Group Non Executive Board and Trustee, DrugScope UK Non Executive Board Member and Trustee, Lifeline UK Non Executive Member of the Men‟s Health Forum Member of Commission for Future of Alcohol Services, Alcohol Concern UK Chairman, Project 6 Drugs Charity. Keighley West Yorkshire Member of UK Anti-drug Co-ordination Unit, Strategy Support Group: Communities Non Executive Board Member, The Institute for the Study of Drug Dependence (ISDD) Member of Practice and Scientific Advisory Panel of Findings, Journal on evaluations of interventions in the drug and alcohol fields Chairman of Equal Opportunities Panel, The Institute for the Study of Drug Dependence Chairman and Founder Member of the National Black Drug Workers Forum London PREVIOUS RELEVANT APPOINTMENTS 1998 – 2008 Head of Centre for Ethnicity and Health and the Institute for Philosophy, Diversity and Mental Health 2004 – 2006 National Strategic Director Department of Health: appointed by Secretary of State for Health 2003 – 2004 National Strategic Director National Institute for Mental Health England (NIMHE) 1998 – 1999 Principal Lecturer/Research, Faculty of Health, University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) 1997 – 1998 Senior Lecturer/Research, Faculty of Health, (UCLan) 1995 – 1997 Senior Lecturer, Department of Social Work, (UCLan) 1989 - 1995 Manager. The Bridge Project (Voluntary Organisation - provision of a range of facilities – day care, residential, training, out-reach and research in area of drugs and mental health) 1987 – 1989 Specialist Caseworker, Bradford Social Services (Alcohol & Drugs Team) 1983 – 1987 Generic Social Worker, Bradford Metropolitan Social Services Directorate OTHER APPOINTMENTS Manager, West Yorkshire Co-op Special Constable, West Yorkshire Police Service Accountant, Swift Employment Services Careers out-reach Officer, Bradford Education Dept Manager, Ladbrokes Turf Accountant Ambulance Man, West Yorkshire Ambulance Service Police Constable, West Yorkshire Police Service Cricket Coach, Yorkshire Cricket Academy REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (SINCE 2000) 2007 Stop and search or stop and engage? Factors influencing community-police engagement around drug supply issues. Fountain J, Roy A, Compton N, Anitha S, and Patel K, Drugs and Alcohol Today 2007 Institutional racism in mental health services does not imply racism in individual psychiatrist: Patel K and Heginbotham C Psychiatric Bulletin 31, 367-368. doi:10.1192 2007 Institutional racism in psychiatry The Columns Correspondence Psychiatric Bulletin 31, doi:10.1192/pb.31.10.397 Patel K and Heginbotham C 2007 A Nasty Act? Journal of Mental Health Law Volume Patel K 2005 Protecting Patients’ Rights: Future Regulation and Monitoring of the Mental Health Act. Patel K The Journal of Adult Protection, Dec 2005, Volume 7, Issue 4. Special Issue on Mental Health. Pavilion. 2004 Results from an EMCDDA study of drug use amongst Black and minority ethnic communities in the European Union and Norway. Probation Journal, Authors: Patel K, Fountain J, Bashford J, Underwood S, Khurana J, Winters M, Carpentier C 2003 Black and minority ethnic communities in England: a review of the literature on drug use and related service provision. Fountain, J; Bashford, J and Winters, M. Patel K. National Treatment Agency London (peer reviewed monograph) 2002 Delivery of drug services to black and minority ethnic communities Sangster, D; Shiner, M; Sheikh N and Patel K. TSO Home Office London INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS 2007 Race equality, human rights and mental health legislation: Recent developments in England and Wales. Patel K and Heginbotham C South African Journal of Psychiatry Volume 12 No.3 2004 Drug use amongst refugees and asylum seekers using the Rapid Assessment and Response method (RAR) Peters E, McQuade C, Fountain J, Patel K European SEARCH Project. 2004 Laying the foundations of an evidence base on drug use amongst Black and minority ethnic communities: the research methods used for an EMCDDA project. Bashford J, Underwood S, Khurana J, Winters M, Carpentier C, Fountain J, Patel K. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, 3 (1) pp.29-46 2004 Barriers to drug service access by minority ethnic populations in the European Union and how they can begin to be dismantled Fountain J, Khurana J, Underwood S, Bashford J, Winters M, Patel K In Decorte T, Korf DJ (eds) European studies on drugs and drug policy. Brussels, VUB Press. 2004 SEARCH II in the United Kingdom: Drug use amongst refugees and asylum seekers using the Rapid Assessment and Response method (RAR). Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe, Germany. Peters E, McQuade C, Fountain J, Patel K (Monograph) 2002 EMCDDA Scientific report - Update and complete the analysis of drug use, consequences and correlates amongst minorities Fountain, J; Bashford, J; Underwood, S; Khurana, J; Winters, M; Carpentier, C and Patel K. EMCDDA scientific report. EMCDDA / P1 / CT.01.P1.13/ 2002. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. 2000 Using Qualitative Research to Examine the Nature of Drug Use Among Minority Ethnic Communities in the UK in EMCDDA monograph Edited by Jane Fountain. European Monitoring Centre on Drugs and Drugs Addiction (EMCDDA) Lisbon. Books/Book Chapters/Research reports 2007 Issues surrounding the delivery of prison drug services in England and Wales, with a focus on Black and minority ethnic prisoners. Fountain J, Roy A, Anitha S, Davies K, Bashford J and Patel K Report to the Prison Drug Strategy Unit. Preston Centre for Ethnicity & Health, University of Central Lancashire 2007 Helping prisons to meet the drug service needs of Black and minority ethnic prisoners: a practice guide Roy A, Davies K, Mir Y, Fountain J, Anitha S, J,Bashford J & Patel K Report to the Prison Drug Strategy Unit. Preston Centre for Ethnicity & Health, University of Central Lancashire 2006 Forward: In Place of Fear? The Mental Health Act Commission’s Eleventh Biennial Report, 2003 – 2005 (Jan 2006), Mental Health Act Commission TSO London 2006 Peer Led Approaches for ex-drug users to meet diverse needs: A Practice Guide Roy A, Davies K, Mir Y, Fountain J, and Patel K Home Office TSO London 2005 Forward: Count me in Results of a national census of inpatients in mental health hospitals and facilities in England and Wales November 2005, Healthcare Commission London 2005 Forward: Delivering Race Equality in Mental Health Care – An Action Plan for Reform Inside and Outside Services and The Government’s Response to the Independent Inquiry into the Death of David Bennett January 2005, Department of Health London 2004 Greater London Authority - Young refugees and asylum seekers in Greater London: vulnerability to problematic drug use. Patel, K. Buffin, J. Underwood, S. Khurana, J. McQuade, C. Brako, M. Keeling, P. Crawley, H. (ed) Fountain, J. London, Greater London Authority. (peer reviewed monograph) 2004 Sources of support for members of communities identified with the supply of illicit drugs: a pilot study of Jamaican and Turkish communities in London. Jane Fountain, Nicole Crompton, Alastair Roy, Sundari Anitha, Catherine McQuade, Eleanor Peters, Kamlesh Patel 2004 Mental Health Workforce Recruitment and Retention Research Project McDonald B, McQuade C, Patel K. NIMHE Workforce Programme & University of Central Lancashire 2003 Impact of drug use on Black and minority ethnic communities in London in: London: The Highs and the Lows A report from the Greater London Alcohol and Drug Alliance Patel K, Jon Bashford and Moira Ann Winters. GLA London 2003 Engaging and changing: Developing effective policy for the care and treatment of Black and minority ethnic detained patients Patel K, Winters M; Bashford J and Bingley W. Department of Health London: NIMH(E) 2003 The Department of Health’s Back and minority ethnic drug misuse needs assessment project - report 1: The process Community Engagement Winters M and Patel K. Department of Health & University of Central Lancashire 2003 The Department of Health’s Back and minority ethnic drug misuse needs assessment project - report 2: The findings Bashord J, Buffin J.and Patel K Department of Health & University of Central Lancashire 2003 Forward: Delivering Race Equality – A Framework for Action Department of Health Consultation Document October 2003 Department of Health London 2003 Forward: Placed Amongst Strangers - The Mental Health Act Commission’s Tenth Biennial Report, 2001 – 2003 (Dec 2003), Mental Health Act Commission TSO London 2002 Developing the future direction of public health research relating to community development and drugs – Community Engagement in: The Evidence for „What Works‟ in Community Development and Health Improvement: tackling health inequalities Patel K, Winters M; Macdonald R. - Health Development Agency London 2001 Mental Health Act Commission National Consultation on Mental Health Issues and Black and Minority Ethnic Communities. – North East Report ISBN 1 901922 28 6. Moira Winters, William Bingley, Kamlesh Patel, Jasbir Kaur, David Hewitt. University of Central Lancashire/Mental Health Act Commission 2000 Naming and acclaiming, not naming and shaming: improved care for detained patients from black and minority ethnic groups. Health Service Journal. L.Warner, K.Patel, J Harris and R Ford. 2000 Improving Care for Detained Patients from Black and Minority Ethnic Communities Preliminary Report - National Visit 2. A visit by the Mental Health Act Commission to 104 mental health and learning disability units in England and Wales. The Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health 2000. ISBN:1870480 42 2. Lesley Warner, Sarala Nicholas, Kamlesh Patel, Jennifer Harris, Richard Ford. 2000 Mental Health Act Commission National Consultation on Mental Health Issues and Black and Minority Ethnic Communities – Greater Manchester ISBN 1 901922 23 5. William Bingley, Kamlesh Patel, Bogusia Temple, Moira Winters, Elina Dupres. University of Central Lancashire/Mental Health Act Commission 2000 Mental Health Act Commission National Consultation on Mental Health Issues and Black and Minority Ethnic Communities. – West Midlands Report ISBN 1 901922 28 6. William Bingley, Kamlesh Patel, Moira Winters, Perminder Dhillon, David Hewitt. University of Central Lancashire/Mental Health Act Commission 2000 Ethnic Minority Drug Use - The Missing Minorities, in Substance Misuse Its Effects on Families and Child Protection. Patel K Edited by F Harbin and J Murphy Russell House. UK. REGIONAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE & SEMINAR PAPERS Since 1990 Lord Patel has been asked to speak and give key note addresses in over 50 Regional, 100 national and over a dozen international conferences. Equally he is regularly asked to chair national and international conferences. RESEARCH GRANTS AND AWARDS Since 1998 Lord Patel has successfully acquired over £15 million in grants and research awards and overseen a wide range of research and consultancy projects. MEDIA An average of 12 live radio interviews per year and a number of live TV News appearances, including BBC News and World News 24. Regarded as a „leading authority‟ in England and Wales on ethnicity & drugs and on issues in relation to mental health. Featured in several prime time TV documentaries.