Graham’s interest in health and social policy can be traced back to the Doctorate that he completed at Oxford University. This considered public policy responses to lifestyle illnesses within a political philosophy framework. Subsequently, Graham taught several undergraduate courses in Oxford before spending more than a decade working in, and around, the NHS. Graham has consulted to the Department of Health, run a national charity and managed GP surgeries. He has a particular interest in primary care and has published several articles. Graham’s career also includes spells as a business consultant in Brussels and Lisbon and he studied European Administration at the College of Europe in Bruges. He draws on that experience, and his wider philosophical interests when teaching the Ethical Dilemmas course at FIE.

Healthcare policy; Social Welfare in the UK; Ethical Dilemmas: Business and the World

Healthcare Policy