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Belinda Black

Belinda Black is a Registered Mental Health Nurse, and a non-executive director of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator of health and social care in England. She began her nursing career in 1981, and over the following forty years has worked in two large secure hospitals, a regional secure unit, as a court liaison officer at a secure unit for mentally disordered offenders, as the CEO of a Sheffield-based social care charity, and with the National Institute For Health and Social Care Excellence (NICE) to develop national guidelines for the delivery of health and social care. Belinda lives in Huddersfield, and A Place for Lost Souls will be her first book.