Register Of All-Party Parliamentary Groups [as at 15 February 2017] Sepsis

Title

All-Party Parliamentary Group on Sepsis

Purpose

To provide a medium through which Parliamentarians, organisations and those affected by Sepsis can discuss the current provision for the illness, which claims 44,000 lives in the UK every year, promote public understanding and advocate for simple, timely interventions to be implemented as standard across the NHS.

Category

Subject Group

 

Officers

Role

Name

Party

Chair & Registered Contact

Mrs Cheryl Gillan

Conservative

Vice Chair

Mark Durkan

Social Democratic & Labour Party

Vice Chair

Baroness Greengross

Crossbench

Secretary

Mary Glindon

Labour

Officer

Jess Phillips

Labour

 

Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Mrs Cheryl Gillan MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 4061. Email: cheryl.gillan.mp@parliament.uk.

 

Public Enquiry Point:

Melissa Barnett, PB Political Consulting, 11 Rudolf Place, Miles Street, London, SW8 1RP. Tel: 0207 735 6963. Email: melissa@pbpoliticalconsulting.com

 

Secretariat:

PB Political Consulting and Sepsis Trust jointly act as the group's secretariat. http://www.pbpoliticalconsulting.com/ and http://sepsistrust.org/

 

Group's Website:

http://sepsisappg.com/

 

 

Annual General Meeting

Date of most recent AGM in this Parliament

08/06/2016

Did the group publish an income and expenditure statement relating to the AGM above?

Yes

Reporting year

23 Jun to 22 Jun

Next reporting deadline

23/10/2017

 

Registrable benefits received by the group

 

Benefits In Kind

Source

Description

Value £s

In bands of £1,500

Received

Registered

PB Political Consulting

PB Political Consulting works with the UK Sepsis Trust as the APPG’s secretariat, from grants received from the Cerner Corporation and Becton Dickinson & Company

 

From : 08/06/2016

To : 07/06/2017

 

13,501-15,000

08/06/2016

10/06/2016

UK Sepsis Trust

The UK Sepsis Trust works with PB Political Consulting as the APPG’s secretariat

 

From : 08/06/2016

To : 07/06/2017

 

22,501-24,000

08/06/2016

10/06/2016