Programme Director-Patient Safety
Imperial College Health PartnersEngland - London (West)
Kenny is the Programme Director for Patient Safety at Imperial College Health Partners (ICHP). His role involves driving change and innovation in patient safety across the health and social care system in North West London. Prior to joining ICHP, he was a director in a consultancy providing risk management services to the NHS.
Kenny’s professional interests lie in system leadership and integration; capability building and developing engagement and partnerships across boundaries to achieve systemwide innovation and impact on patient safety. Recently, Kenny led a national collaboration that developed the Suspicion of Sepsis Insights Dashboard which is now being spread nationally.
Earlier in his career, Kenny was a physiotherapist and later held roles in clinical ergonomics and human factors. He has masters degrees in ergonomics/human factors and also in Integrated Governance in Healthcare.
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A national survey on Patient & Public Involvement indicates that PaD meets the needs and preferences of PPI and PaD is associated with a reduction in the risk of Surgical Site Infection readmission
The Suspicion of Sepsis (SOS) Insights dashboard uses a novel approach to solve the wicked problem of measuring sepsis outcomes. The project aims to test its effectiveness in QI and partnerships.