Associate Director Patient Safety
Wessex Patient Safety Collaborative, Wessex Academic Health Science Network
England - Wessex
Jo has over 25 years NHS experience as a Respiratory Physiotherapist in several London hospitals, as a Patient Safety Manager working in the Governance Team at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. She has been responsible for investigating incidents; supporting clinical effectiveness, including mortality reviews; and quality improvement programmes such as delivering on CQUINS for sepsis, pressure ulcers, falls and VTE.
She has worked on regional and projects in the Oxford AHSN , including sepsis, mortality reviews, recruitment to Q, tracheostomies, NEWS2 and PEWS adoption, RESTORE2 in care homes and COVID Oximetry @ home. She is now the Associate Director for Patient Safety at Wessex AHSN with a portfolio of national programmes, delivered through the Wessex Patient Safety Collaborative team, based around the NHS Patient Safety Strategy priorities of deterioration, medicines management, maternity & neonatal, mental health and adoption & spread.
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A Human Factors and Ergonomics approach to improving early recognition and potentially life-saving treatment of sepsis in the emergency department.
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Areas of interest
- Acute care
- Analytics and data
- Children and young people
- Collaboration and networking
- Efficiency and productivity
- End of life care
- Patient and public involvement
- Patient experience
- Patient safety
- Person-centred care
- Primary care
- Quality improvement
- Network Weaving learning series
- Network Weaving
- Exploring Adaptive Space – community of practice
- Allied Health Professions in Quality Improvement
- Mindfulness for Quality Improvement
- Liberating Structures in healthcare
- Oxford AHSN (Thames Valley area) Group
- Measurement for Improvement
- Human Factors
- Urgent and Emergency Care
- Learning from Excellence
- Primary Care
- Communities of Practice