Tim Howard was a GP in a large practice in Dorset, and was a GP Trainer, member of several Health Authorities, and enthusiastic innovator. He became deeply involved in reorganising health care delivery in primary and secondary care and in medical ethics. He retired from clinical work to become an associate member of the GMC, involved in medical regulation, and rose to become a chairman of GMC Tribunals, and then the first medical member of the newly formed Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service. Now retired, he remains involved in the ongoing debate about health care delivery and standards. He celebrated retirement by taking part in a round-the-world sailing race.
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