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Ten minutes with Jonathan Osborn, the Deputy Chair (Primary Care) of the British Medical Association’s Committee of Medical Managers (BMA CMM)
  1. Sujala Kalipershad1,2,
  2. Jonathan Osborn2,3
  1. 1Tameside General Hospital, Ashton-under-Lyne, UK
  2. 2British Medical Association, London, UK
  3. 3Melksham and Bradford on Avon Primary Care Network, Bradford-on-Avon, UK
  1. Correspondence to Sujala Kalipershad, Tameside General Hospital, Ashton-under-Lyne OL6 9RW, UK; s.kalipershad{at}doctors.org.uk

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Sujala Kalipershad is a Surgical Registrar interested in healthcare leadership. She is completing her Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Programme dissertation (Leadership Academy), culminating in a masters from the University of Birmingham and the University of Manchester. She was a Medical Leadership Fellow, Co-chair and Specialty Lead for Surgery in the Junior Doctors Leaders Group (North Manchester General Hospital) and is a British Medical Association (BMA) representative and a BMA Committee of Medical Managers (CMM) visiting member.

Jonathan Osborn is the BMA CMM's Deputy Chair (Primary Care), GP Partner and primary care network Clinical Director. He is a member of Council of the College of Medicine and the Standing Committee for Governance and Representation of Faculty of Clinical Informatics (and fellow). He has chaired the Royal College of General Practitioners’ Primary Care Market Assessment Service, is a ‘Guru’ in the BioExpert Network and was a Business Development Panellist at SETsquared. He holds a medical MBA, has been a Medical Director, clinical commissioning group (CCG) board member and Chief Clinical Information Officer for two CCGs. He is a Non-executive Director of a medical provider company and director of two companies. He has worked within the Institute of Directors (Deputy Chair, Chartered Director working group), is a Chartered Director and an Assessor.

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  • Author note Date of Interview: 11 January 2021.

  • Contributors SK planned, edited and submitted the article. JO drafted and edited the article. Both authors read and responded to the suggestions following the review process and agreed on the revised paper.

  • Funding The authors have not declared a specific grant for this research from any funding agency in the public, commercial or not-for-profit sectors.

  • Competing interests None declared.

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