Healthcare professionals who are supporting our campaign

Every clinician who signs adds further weight to our campaign. We want to work collaboratively to drive these changes and your support will show the importance of this issue.

See colleagues who have added their support below.

  • Katie Ramos, Lead Liver Transplant Coordinator, Derriford Hospital
  • Dr Aileen Marshall, Consultant Hepatologist, Royal Free London
  • Dr Andrew Yeoman, Consultant Hepatologist, Gwent Liver Unit
  • Dr Neil Guha, Clinical Associate Professor in Hepatology, University of Nottingham
  • Professor Matthew Cramp, Consultant Hepatologist and Professor of Hepatology, Derriford Hospital
  • Ian A C Rowe PhD MRCP, Honorary Consultant Hepatologist, St James’s University Hospital
  • Dr Helen Jarvis, GP and the British Liver Trust liver disease clinical champion
  • Theresa Hydes, Clinical Hepatology Fellow, University Hospital Southampton
  • Abid Suddle, Consultant Hepatologist at the Institute of Liver Studies, Kings College Hospital.
  • Professor Ewan Forrest, Consultant Hepatologist and Honorary Professor, Department of Gastroenterology, Glasgow Royal Infirmary
  • Michael A Heneghan, Consultant Hepatologist & Professor of Hepatology, King’s College Hospital
  • Dr Mike Allison, Consultant Hepatologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital
  • John Dillon, Professor of Hepatology & Gastroenterology, University of Dundee
  • Deb Smith, Lead Liver Specialist Nurse, City Hospitals Sunderland
  • Dr Stephen Liversedge, Clinical Director of Primary Care and Health Improvement, NHS Bolton CCG
  • Yvonne Hanson, Retired nurse
  • Dr MIFHope, Recovery partner, Sompar
  • James Wimbury, Dietitian, Addenbrookes Hospital
  • Ramu Chimakurthi, Consultant Hepatologist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Christopher Healey, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
    James Jupp, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Dorset County Hospital
  • Nigel Heaton, professor transplant surgery, kings college hospital
  • Jess Dyson, Consultant Hepatologist, Freeman Hospital
  • Alastair cairns, consultant acute medicine, RAEI, Wigan
  • Earl Williams, Consultant Hepatologist, University Hospital Dorset
  • Clare Robinson, CNS Hepatitis C, Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Trust – Scunthorpe General Hospital
  • Jane Bowles, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Great Western Hospital Swindon
  • Esther Unitt, Consultant Hepatologist, UHCW NHS Trust
  • Ryan, Quinn, Alcohol Care Team- North Bristol Trust
  • Melody Fazackerley, Hepatology Clinical Nurse Specialist, Stepping Hill Hospital
  • Ryan, Quinn, Alcohol Care Team- North Bristol Trust
  • Lynsey Corless, consultant hepatologist, Hull university teaching hospitals
  • Terry Farrant, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Royal United Hospital, Bath
  • Michelle mcdonald, liver disease nurse specialist, NHS Highland
  • Andrew, Prof medicine, Medical Director and Consultant Gastroenterologist, KGHFT
  • Michael Allison, Consultant Hepatologist, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Toby Delahooke, Consultant Hepatologist, Leicester Royal Infirmary
  • Dr M Beckley, Consultant Gastroenterologist, George Eliot Hospital
  • Kieran Moriarty, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Alcohol Health Alliance
  • Ioannis Gkikas, Consultant Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist/Clinical Lead for Lancashire and South Cumbria Hepatitis C ODN, East Lancashire Hospitals Trust
  • Guruprasad Aithal, Professor of Hepatology, University of Nottingham
  • Debbie Shawcross, , Institute of Liver Studies, King’s College Hospital
  • Martin Phillips, Consultant Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
  • Robin Spiller, Professor of Gastroenteorlogy, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham
  • Rajiv Jalan, Professor of Hepatology, Royal Free Hospital and University College London
  • Martin James, Consultant Hepatologist, Nottingham
  • Dr Roger McCorry, Hepatologist, Royal Victoria Hospital
  • Mathis Heydtmann, Consultant Hepatologist, RAH Paisely
  • Sara Gardner, Hepatology Nurse Specialist, RUH BATH
  • Mark Fox, Consultant Hepatologist, Whiston Hospital
  • Alastair O’Brien, Professor of Hepatology, University College London and The Royal Free Hospital
  • Helen Steed, Consultant Gastroenterologist, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
  • Matthew Hoare, Consultant Hepatologist, Cambridge University Hospitals
  • LouiseMascall, Alcohol & Liver Disease Clinical Nurse Specialist, West Suffolk Hospital
  • Ruth Gillespie, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Glasgow Royal Infirmary
  • Aloysious D Aravinthan, Consultant Hepatologist, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust


HCP messages in support of the campaign

Liver disease is important and more that just “alcohol”. It is stigmatised. This has to stop. The resources in NHS should go to where there is need.

The rising deaths from liver disease requires a national plan, implemented locally, to deliver better care. Whilst we see the death rates from heart disease, cancer and stroke

Liver services are severely lacking in my area I have both a professional and personal interest in better diagnosis and treatment of Liver conditions.

Skip to content