Posted on: 23 May 2024

The Harrow Citizen Health Forum, a quarterly meeting open to all residents, will be focusing on cancer screening (including breast, cervical, bowel, prostate, etc.) at its upcoming in-person event to be held at St. Peter’s Church, Harrow on Tuesday, 28 May.

This forum provides a valuable opportunity to engage with senior leaders from the NHS, local council, public health, and clinicians. 

Residents can directly ask questions to the panel and share their experiences to help improve cancer screening services in Harrow.

The forum is being held in partnership with Conversation Cafe and RM Partners, a Cancer Alliance dedicated to world-class cancer care in west London. 

Event Details:

  • Date: Tuesday, 28th May
  • Time: 2-4pm
  • Location: St Peter's Church, Sumner Road, Harrow, HA1 4BX
  • Format: In-person with refreshments provided


Lisa Henschen, Managing Director, Harrow Borough-Based Partnership, NHS North West London

Isha Coombes, Borough Director – Harrow, NHS North West London

Andrew Prentice, Health Improvement Principal, St Marks Bowel Cancer Screening Programme

Claire Mabena, Lead Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), North London and Central and East London Breast Screening Service


Charlie David, Engagement and Equalities Manager, NHS North West London

Unable to attend in person?

Feedback collected at the forum will feature in the monthly ICB Insight Reports, regularly published on the NW London ICB website. The Harrow Citizen Health Forum typically offers a mix of online and in-person meetings. Stay tuned for details on future forums by contacting NHS North West London's engagement and equalities team for Harrow by emailing