Steve is a retired doctor having worked in General Practice, genito-urinary medicine and for most of his career as a Consultant in Occupational Medicine. He graduated MBA from Aston University and has lectured at The Universities of Birmingham, Manchester and Aberdeen. He was an examiner for The Faculty of Occupational Medicine, worked as the Director of Occupational Health at Birmingham City Council and also developed an interest in mental health issues at work.
Steve was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 57.
He joined SPRING the research interest group of The Parkinson’s Disease Society and was responsible for editing the proceedings of 3 international scientific meetings. He became vice chair of the Staffordshire Neurological Alliance in 2011 and continues working to further the interests of people with neurological conditions.
Steve is 66 and has been married to Pam for 43 years. They have 4 sons and 7 grandchildren. Steve and Pam enjoy their grandchildren, country walking, bird watching, theatre and concert going, cooking and even more going out to eat.
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