Project Management and Oversight

This page provides details of who is taking part in the HiSLAC project, and in time will have information and resources specifically aimed at project participants.

Chief Investigator

Prof Julian Bion
Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, University of Birmingham and Hon Consultant in ICM at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. Dean of Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine. Chair of the Seven Day Project Assurance Group at the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. Chair of NICE Medical Emergencies Guideline Development Group.

PPI Representative

Mr Peter Rees
Public and Patient Involvement representative. Member of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Patient Liaison Group, The Royal College of Anaesthetists’ Patient Liaison Group, The Board of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine.

Clinical Representatives

Prof Julian Bion
Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, University of Birmingham and Hon Consultant in ICM at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. Dean of Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine. Chair of the Seven Day Project Assurance Group at the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. Chair of NICE Medical Emergencies Guideline Development Group.

Dr Chris Roseveare
Consultant in Acute Medicine. President of the Society for Acute Medicine. Principal author of the RCPL Acute Care Toolkit on 7 day working on the AMU, Clinical Lead for the Seven Day Project at the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.

Prof Tim Evans
Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, National Director of Clinical Productivity

Dr Mark Temple
Specialist Physician & Nephrologist, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital; implemented 7-day working and ‘Golden Hour’ ward rounds; Acute Care Fellow, Royal College of Physicians.

Dr Mike Clancy
Consultant in Emergency Medicine. Past-President, College of Emergency Medicine. Past chair of research committee.

Dr Christopher Beet
Registrar in Intensive Care Medicine. University Hospitals Birmingham

Birmingham Academic Health Partners
(Research Design & Methodology Advisors, Clinical trials & Analysis)

Mr Alan Girling
Reader in Medical Statistics. Extensive track record in the design and analysis of stepwedge cluster studies and the evaluation of service delivery interventions.

Prof Russell Mannion
Professor of Health Systems, Health Services Management Centre, UoB. Previously Director, Centre for Health and Public Services Management (CHPSM), University of York until 2009. Member, NIHR HS&DR Commissioning Board. Leading SDO - funded national study into the effectiveness of hospital board governance of patient safety.

Mr Gavin Rudge
Research Fellow, Department of Health and Population Science; data scientist & expert on informatics.

Ms Jianxia Sun
Research Fellow, Department of Informatics, University Hospitals Birmingham; data scientist & expert on informatics.

www.birminghamhealthpartners.co.uk

University of Warwick
(Health Economics and Methodology)

Prof Richard Lilford
Professor of Public Health; Director of W-CAHRD; Director of NIHR CLAHRC WM.

Dr Yen-Fu Chen
Member of W-CAHRD; Research Fellow and Systematic Reviewer.

Dr Sam Watson
PhD in Health Economics

University of Leicester
(Ethnography)

Dr Carolyn Tarrant
Senior lecturer in Health Psychology. SAPPHIRE group: Department of Health Sciences. Expert in qualitative methods in health care research. Extensive research experience in acute care environments.

http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/health-sciences/research/soc-sci/staff-pages/ccp3

Ms Elizabeth Sutton
SAPPHIRE group: Department of Health Sciences. Reseach Associate. Qualitative methods in health care research. Experience in qualitative methodology and Public and patient involvement in quality and safety in healthcare.

Dr Janet Willars
SAPPHIRE group: Department of Health Sciences. Reseach Associate. Qualitative methods in health care research. Experienced qualitative researcher with expertise in ethnography, conducting focus groups and interviewing patients and health care professionals.

Dr Sarah Chew
SAPPHIRE group: Department of Health Sciences. Reseach Associate. Qualitative methods in health care research. Experienced qualitative researcher with a strong background in evaluations of quality improvement programmes.

Dr David Kocman
SAPPHIRE group: Department of Health Sciences. Reseach Associate. Qualitative methods in health care research. Experienced sociologist in organisations and innovation.

Ms Emma Angell
SAPPHIRE group: Department of Health Sciences. Reseach Associate. Qualitative methods in health care research. Experienced qualitative researcher with interests in patient experience and ethics.

Ms Elisa Liberati
SAPPHIRE group: Department of Health Sciences. Reseach Associate. Qualitative methods in health care research. Experienced qualitative researcher with interests in quality improvement initiatives.

Southampton University
(Health Economics)

Dr Joanne Lord
Director and Professional Fellow in Health Econmics, University of Southampton. Experience of leading trial-based economic evaluations and economic modelling.

Project Management

Dr Cassie Aldridge
Project Manager, University of Birmingham. Experience in hypothesis-driven and quantitative research.

Ms Amunpreet Boyal
Research Fellow, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. Applied Health Researcher, experience in qualitative research. Registered nurse.
 

Ms Amy Gosling
Research Associate, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. Research coordination and delivery expertise.

Project Support

 

 

Project Liaison Officer

Ms Louise Rowan, MA
Communications Fellow and consultant for health research projects at the University of Birmingham. Background in newspaper journalism and NHS communications.

Ms Joan Reid
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.

Oversight Committee
(Oversight & Governance)

Prof Sir Michael Rawlins
Past - Chairman, National Institute of Clinical and healthcare Excellence. Chair of the Executive Committee of the RCP’s Future Hospital Commission. Honorary Professor London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and Emeritus Professor at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Dr Jennifer Dixon
Chief Executive of the Health Foundation. PhD in health services research. Previously Director of Policy at the King’s Fund.

Mr Peter Lees
Director, Faculty of Medical Leadership & Management. Previously specialist neurosurgeon (Southampton) and national roles in healthcare management.

Mr Paddy Storrie
Member NICE Tech Appraisals Committee, Member Academy of Medical Science Working Group on Regulation and Governance of Medical Research; Member MHRA Patient and Public Engagement Expert Advisory Group. Past member Citizen’s Council of NICE. Headmaster of state comprehensive school.

Mr Alastair Henderson
Chief Executive, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.

Prof Matthew Sutton
Centre Lead for the Manchester Centre for Health Economics. Deputy Director of the Institute of Population Health and the Theme Lead for the Faculty Cross-Cutting Theme on Health and Social Inequalities.

Prof Naomi Fulop
Professor of Health Care Organisation and Management Department of Applied Health Research, UCL. Chair of the Health Services Research Network (HSRN).

Scientific Advisory Board
(Guidance and support on specific scientific, professional or managerial issues)

Prof Mary Dixon-Woods
RAND Professor of Health Services Research: School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge.

Prof Derek Bell
Professor of Acute Medicine, Imperial College London. Academic research focuses on quality and organisation of acute healthcare.

Dr Andrew Goddard
Director of the Medical Workforce Unit, Royal College of Physicians, London.

Prof Mike Grocott
Director of the National Institute for Academic Anaesthesia Health Services Research Centre. Professor of Anaesthesia and Critical Care at the University of Southampton.

Prof Kathy Rowan
Director of the Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre (ICNARC). Health Services Research and Clinical Trials in intensive care, qualitative research including patient experience.

Dame Julie Moore
Chief Executive, Queen Elizabeth Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT. Extensive experience in management leading one of the largest FTs in the UK. Strong background in nursing and education.

Simon Bennett
Deputy Director, Quality Framework Team, Clinical Directorates, NHS England.

Prof Keith Willett
National Clinical Director for Acute Episodes of Care, NHS England.

Dr Mike Durkin
Director of Patient Safety, NHS England.

Dr Jerry Nolan
Member, Executive Committee of the Resuscitation Council (UK).

Dr Michael Berry
Consultant Respiratory Physician (7 day services lead at QEHB).

Ms Rona Miller
Head of Medical Resourcing (QEHB).

Dr Carl Macrae
Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Patient Safety and Service Quality at Imperial College London and a Health Foundation Improvement Science Fellow

Dr Michael Jones
Consultant Acute Physician at County Durham and Darlington Foundation Trust

Dr Patrick Cadigan
Cardiologist at Sandwell Hospital and former registrar at the Royal College of Physicians

 

   

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