stuart anthony morgan

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Flt. Lt. Stuart A Morgan RAFVR(T) retd, MA(PP), MA(Law), BSc, HNC, CMgr, FCMI, CharteredFCIPD, FInstLM, FRSPH, FRSA, MRAeS

E-mail: Stuart.morgan@uwtsd.ac.uk



  • A multipotentialite
  • Significant experience working at top management level for international financial institutions (IFIs), global private sector organisations, and for sovereign governments and governmental health sector organisations around the world
  • Extensive experience of identifying, formulating, implementing, monitoring and evaluating health sector reform programmes for EC and World Bank
  • Significant experience as resident team leader implementing complex health sector and financial management reform programmes for sovereign governments around the world
  • A first-class project manager/team leader, health policy advisor, health sector development specialist, health sector finance and budget support specialist, health sector management coach, mentor and trainer
  • Manages media communications for major EU funded projects
  • Identifies, conceptualises, formulates, develops, monitors and evaluates budget support health sector reform strategies, and implementation plans for the governments of sovereign countries
  • Facilitates and moderates conferences, seminars, and events worldwide
  • Undertakes scientific research projects. Produces complex reports
  • Webmaster for several clients
  • Former senior lecturer in health systems development/programme co-ordinator (PGDip HSM) at the University of the West Indies in Barbados (2007-2012)
  • Formerly a visiting member of faculty at Universities in Egypt, Russian, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, and the UK
  • Former a member of Senate and Council of the Leicester University (1996 - 1999).
  • Aid effectiveness
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Business startups
  • Cybersecurity
  • Employment law and employee relations
  • Ethics, particularly relating to recruitment processes
  • Family history
  • General management
  • Health systems development
  • Health service management
  • Health policy
  • Leadership and management
  • HR development
  • HR management
  • International affairs/politics
  • Lifelong learning
  • Medical ethics
  • Media communications, including social media
  • Project management
  • Russian history
  • Social history
  • Selling to C-level and business decision makers
  • Strategic management.
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Business Ethics
  • Evidence based decision making
  • International affairs
  • Medical ethics
  • Health systems development
  • Health service management
  • Health policy
  • Leadership and management
  • Sleep deprivation in elite athletes
  • Nutrition of elite athletes.
  • Aid effectiveness
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Business startups
  • Cybersecurity
  • Employment law and employee relations
  • Ethics, particularly relating to recruitment processes
  • Family history
  • General management
  • Health systems development
  • Health service management
  • Health policy
  • Leadership and management
  • HR development
  • HR management
  • International affairs/politics
  • Lifelong learning
  • Medical ethics
  • Media communications, including social media
  • Project management
  • Russian history
  • Social history
  • Selling to C-level and business decision makers.
  • Strategic management
  • I have been employed as a management consultant since 1980;
  • I direct two micro-businesses:
  • I have provided ministerial-level advisory services to the governments of over 90 different countries;
  • Immediate past project leader in ten different countries in northern Europe for the EU funded projectEU Strategic Support for the Northern Dimension Partnership for Public Health;
  • Provides consultancy and advisory services in -
    • Aid effectiveness
    • Artificial intelligence
    • Business startups
    • Cybersecurity
    • Employment law and employee relations
    • Ethics, particularly relating to recruitment processes
    • Family history
    • General management
    • Health systems development
    • Health service management
    • Health policy
    • Leadership and management
    • HR development
    • HR management
    • International affairs/politics
    • Lifelong learning
    • Medical ethics
    • Media communications, including social media
    • Project management
    • Russian history
    • Social history
    • Selling to C-level and business decision makers
    • Strategic management

Selected unpublished papers, including:

  1. Morgan S. A., (2021), Meeting report and Lessons learnt, 3rd meeting (Russia, Belarus), NDPHS, Sweden;
  2. Morgan S. A., Ortega J. M., Maund A., (2021), Formulation of ILM Endorsed programmes for health sector managers and clinical leaders, University of Wales Trinity St David, Swansea;
  3. Morgan S. A., (2021), Meeting report and Lessons learnt, 2nd meeting (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland), NDPHS, Sweden;
  4. Morgan S. A., (2021), Meeting report and Lessons learnt, 1st meeting (Norway, Sweden, Finland and Germany), NDPHS, Sweden;
  5. Morgan S. A., (2021), Media Communications Strategy on Prevention of Yerars of Life Lost Study, NDPHS, Sweden;
  6. Morgan S. A., (2021), Report for HMRC on Research and Development actvities at Woodstone Carpentry, Peterborough;
  7. Morgan S. A., Report on Biometric and Digital Assistant Devices, Lenovo, North Carolina, 2020;
  8. Morgan S. A., (2020), Master of Arts degree dissertation “A study of issues relating to the use of Artificial intelligence in the Recruitment and Selection Processes of firms in the UK.” University of Wales Trinity St David, Swansea;
  9. Morgan S. A., (2019), Master of Arts degree dissertation proposal “A study of issues relating to the use of Artificial intelligence in the Recruitment and Selection Processes of firms in the UK.” University of Wales Trinity St David, Swansea;
  10. Morgan S. A., Scheeres D, (2018), Gloucester Rugby – a leader in sports sciences, Technical Report for HMRC, Aspen-Waite, Bridgwater;
  11. Morgan S. A., Ortega J. M., Maund A., (2016), Formulation of ILM Endorsed programmes for health sector managers, University of Wales Trinity St David, Swansea;
  12. Eguilluz R., Morgan S. A., et al., (2014), Final report, Evaluation of call for proposals, investing in People (Development Co-operation Instrument) - Supporting Public Health Institutes, European Commission, Brussels;
  13. Tucker P., Morgan S.A., Drumev O., (2013), Final report, Technical support to the formulation of a Human Development Support Programme II (HDSP II) and to monitoring and evaluation of the ongoing EU budget support under Human Development Support Programme (HDSP I), European Commission, Tajikistan;
  14. Banoob S., Morgan S.A., (2012), Delegation Agreement, Evaluation of all donor support programmes, Programme to Support the Health Sector in Libya, European Commission, Brussels;
  15. Banoob S., Morgan S.A., (2012), Identification Fiche, Evaluation of all donor support programmes, Programme to Support the Health Sector in Libya, European Commission, Brussels;
  16. Banoob S., Morgan S.A., (2012), Final Report, Evaluation of all donor support programmes, Programme to Support the Health Sector in Libya, European Commission, Brussels;
  17. Morgan S. A., Antunes E., (2010), Final Report, Draft Development Plan - TA in Master plan development, World Bank, Dushanbe, Tajikistan;
  18. Eguilluz R., Morgan S. A., (2010), Final report and project proposal, Development of Health sector in Timor Leste, EC Delegation, Timor Leste;
  19. Morgan S. A., Antunes E., (2010), Progress Report, Draft Development Plan - TA in Master plan development, World Bank, Dushanbe, Tajikistan;
  20. Morgan S. A., Antunes E., (2010), Inception Report, Draft Development Plan - TA in Master plan development, World Bank, Tajikistan;
  21. Cascone G., Morgan S. A., (2009), Final report and project proposal, EC Development Aid Programme in Vietnam 2011 - 2104, EC delegation, Hanoi, Vietnam;
  22. Morgan S. A., (2008), Final Report, EDF Barbados Health Sector Programme, Ministry of Health, Barbados;
  23. Morgan S. A., Benito-Ortega J. M., Boulton G, Sealy G, (2008), Evidence Based Commissioning, Summary of 2nd edition, EDF Barbados Health Sector Programme, Ministry of Health, Barbados.
  24. Morgan S. A., Benito-Ortega J. M., Boulton G, (2008), Evidence Based Commissioning, 2nd edition, EDF Barbados Health Sector Programme, Ministry of Health, Barbados;
  25. Morgan S. A., Benito-Ortega J. M., Boulton G, Sealy G, (2008), Evidence Based Commissioning, 1st edition, EDF Barbados Health Sector Programme, Ministry of Health, Barbados;
  26. Morgan S. A., (2008), draft Final Report, EDF Barbados Health Sector Programme, Ministry of Health, Barbados;
  27. Morgan S. A., (2008), Addendum to the Final Report on the reorganisation of Technical Management Services, EDF Barbados Health Sector Programme, Ministry of Health, Barbados;
  28. Ferdinand E., Carson C., Morgan S. A., et al, (2008), Paper to Cabinet of Ministers, GoB – Health information policy and strategy, Barbados;
  29. Morgan S. A., (2008), Interim Report, EDF Barbados Health Sector Programme, Ministry of Health, Barbados, May 2008
  30. Morgan S. A., Sealy G., (2008), Paper to Cabinet of Ministers, GoB - Commissioning Health Services and Institutional Reform, Barbados;
  31. Mosquera L., Morgan S. A., (2008), Final Report on the reorganisation of Technical Management Services, EDF Barbados Health Sector Programme, Ministry of Health, Barbados;
  32. Morgan S. A., (2008), Progress Report, EDF Barbados Health Sector Programme, Ministry of Health, Barbados;
  33. Boulton G., Morgan S. A., Nicolay A., Phillips E A, Benito-Ortega J M, (2008), Syllabus and curricula for the postgraduate Diploma in health systems development and health service management, University of the West Indies, Barbados.
  • Significant international experience as resident project manager/resident ministerial advisor of several public sector reform programmes;
  • Significant worldwide experience since 1984, as lead advisor, speaker and presenter at numerous conferences;
  • Ten years experience as a senior official and negotiator with the British Medical Association;
  • Master of Arts (Professional Practice) (2020) majoring in the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence at WAPPAR, UWTSD;
  • Master of Arts (Employment Law and Employee Relations) (1991), University of Leicester;
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