Welcome back to Women in Healthcare Japan! Today we are honored with a very special guest, Susie Barnes. She is a British Physician who trained at Imperial College of London and is also a member of Royal College of General Practitioners and Fellow of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine, a Faculty of the Royal College of Physicians, in the UK She worked for the UK’s National Health Service for 10 years in Anesthesiology and general practice. She then transitioned into the industry as a Medical Advisor at Servier Laboratories there she worked into multiple roles of increasing responsibility across Medical,Regulatory and Health Economics In 2014, She joined GSK UK as Associate Medical Director. She then transferred to GSK Canada as Respiratory Medical Director to then become the VP and Country Medical Director of GSK Canada. In 2018, She transferred here, where she became VP and Head of Medical GSK Japan. Just recently in 2021, she took on the role of VP, Country Medical Director and Head of R&D for GSK Japan. She is also a member of WLI here in Japan!
In the first part of this two-part series, we explored the growing adoption of patient-centric leadership in healthcare. We highlighted its transformative impact on healthcare