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Wessex AHSN shortlisted with our partners for four national Patient Safety Awards
We’re proud to announce that four of our projects have been shortlisted in three categories in next week’s national Patient Safety Awards. The Pati...
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Geoff is a qualified nurse with a background in intensive care and coronary care nursing, specialist high dependency unit management and clinical information system project management.
He has more than 15 years experience in quality, governance, assurance, clinical risk and patient safety as well as user involvement projects and research governance programmes.
Geoff has project managed a number of Trust level accreditation assessments and has conducted corporate reviews as an external reviewer as well as service reviews including SIRIs and never events. He has worked on quality, audit and governance projects at local, regional and national level and has experience of collaborative working across regional quality and governance networks.
Geoff has significant experience in staff development via classroom and work based learning with an MSc in professional development and has been an author, lecturer and national speaker on aspects of risk management and clinical governance.
He is currently a member of the Wessex PSC Faculty with specific responsibilities for: co-ordinating the Breakthrough Series Collaborative activities; overseeing the Patient Safety Collaborative’ s information platforms and communication systems and developing the Collaborative approach to patient and public engagement.
In his spare time Geoff is a nationally accredited assessor for the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme, Executive member of the New Forest Expedition Assessor Network and School Governor.