Dr Nixon has BA, MA. M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees. In view of the diversity of his commitments and activities, such as being a former member of Manchester University Court and Her Majesty's Privy Council appointment, he merited well-deserved entries in the most prestigious and distinguished publication and in the famous Cambridge based publication: Dictionary of International Biography 2013 edition. Intellectuals of 21st Century, 2000. He is a published author and wrote Meeting People Through Russia To The Baltics. It was a best seller, published in many countries and translated into several languages. He has decades of involvement, and held senior positions, in the NHS. He is a former chairman of the Independent NHS Complaints Appeal Panel , governor of East Lancashire Hospitals Trust, and a lay assessor visiting residential homes to check resident's welfare. He is now governor of Blackpool Victoria Teaching Foundation Trust Hospitals and a member of the influential Department of Health committee, ACCEA, which gives financial awards to senior consultants for innovative work to improve the performance of the NHS. Under different schemes, he has worked conducting annual inspections of the East Lancashire Hospitals Trust for patient care for the last 8 years and now continues under NHS England.
On the 4th May 2012 an incident occurred which Dr Anthony Nixon still finds difficult to describe. In 1991, Marion, Anthony's wife was struck with Alzheimer's disease, fully diagnosed four years later. In a moving account of the progression of the disease and its ramifications on himself and his family, Dr Anthony Nixon in No Life Without You describes how he coped with the impossible. In this work Dr Anthony Nixon hopes to help others who find themselves in a similar situation, watching the inexorable decline of a loved one and shifting through the services to find support for the carer and cared for as the disease progresses through to its conclusion. Dr Anthony Nixon spares no detail in describing how the ‘incidence' which took his wife also nearly took his own. No Life Without You will not cure the disease but it may offer insights into how to cope.
Dr. Nixon is a published author. He wrote Meeting People Through Russia To The Baltics. It was a best seller, published in many countries and translated into several languages. He wrote a scholarly treatise, South Asia: Détente And Co-Operation And Confrontation, published by the Indian council of world affairs. He has written three short stories in the book Telling Tales, articles for The Sunday Times, Satellite Technology, Educa, and was a column writer of the weekly New Life for many years and contributed articles to many foreign journals and magazines.
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