Brian Dolan has a clinical background in emergency care and he is Director of Health Service 360, UK and works in New Zealand, Australia and the UK providing leadership programs, coaching and consulting. He has published >70 papers and is author/editor of seven books, mainly on emergency care. He holds Masters degrees in Nursing (King’s College, London) and Educational Research Methodology (Oxford University). He is Honorary Professor of Leadership in Healthcare at University of Salford, and Visiting Professor of Nursing at the Oxford Institute of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Research (OxINMAHR). Last year, he was voted one of the 20 most influential people in the 70-year history of the UK’s National Health Service. Brian has originated a global social movement called #EndPJparalysis to encourage patients to get up, dressed and moving to reduce their risk of deconditioning while in hospital. He is currently developing a Global #EndPJparalysis Summit to be held across Australasia, Europe and North America from July 10-12th which will be hosted on the www.endpjparalysis.com platform. In the Queen’s 2019 New Years Honours List, Brian was awarded an OBE in the ‘For Services to Nursing and Emergency Care’.